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Jo Dandy Mine (Paradox D; Hummer; C; Blackburn; Yellow Bird No. 1; Oversight; Broker), Paradox Valley, Uravan District, Montrose Co., Colorado, USA

Colorado Plateau-type uranium deposit on Jo Dandy Hill. The species metatyuyamunite was not mentioned in the original articles by the original authors which defined the species, however, metatyuyamunite from this locality was used in subsequent research efforts to better define the species..

Ref.: (in part): Dana 7:I:602.

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Barnesite
Bayleyite
Carnotite
Coffinite
Delrioite (TL)
Fervanite
Gypsum
Häggite
Hewettite
Hummerite (TL)
Metadelrioite (TL)
Metahewettite
Metarossite
Metatyuyamunite
Montroseite
Navajoite
Paramontroseite
'Pintadoite'
Pyrite
Quartz
'Rauvite'
Sepiolite
Sherwoodite
Simplotite
Tyuyamunite
Uraninite
'Vanoxite' (TL)


34 entries listed. 24 valid minerals. 3 type localities (valid minerals). 1 type locality (other).

Localities in this Region

USA
  • Colorado
    • Montrose Co.
      • Uravan District
        • Paradox Valley
          • Jo Dandy Mine (Paradox D; Hummer; C; Blackburn; Yellow Bird No. 1; Oversight; Broker)

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