Zealand Station Be-Mo deposit, Bright Parish, York Co., New Brunswick, Canada
Be-Mo deposit hosted within a SE-trending pegmatite-aplite dyke.
The mineralization is known for aquamarine crystals up to 8 cm.
Located approx. 25 km NW of Fredericton.
20 entries listed. 12 valid minerals.
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- Beal, K.-L. & Lentz, D. R. (20010): Aquamarine beryl from Zealand Station, Canada: a mineralogical and stable isotope study. J. of Geosciences 55, 57-67. [http://www.jgeosci.org/content/jgeosci.059_2010_1_beal.pdf]
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Locality Updated: Dolyhyde Mine (Dolly Hyde Mine), Libertytown, Frederick Co., Maryland, USAFrom Bill Cordua, 11th Dec 2013 05:05:36