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*Asselbornite Micro? or rare species collections (Pb,Ba)(UO2)6(BiO)4(AsO4)2(OH)12·3H2O Germany Saxony, Schneeberg, Weisser Hirsch Mine, Walpurgis Vein. “It occurs as translucent brown to lemon yellow idiomorphic cubic crystals up to -.3 mm in size. …The mineral is found in association with metauranospinite, uranophane and uranosphaerite in quartz gangue from Schneeberg. The type material is preserved in the Department of Mineralogy of the Natural History Museum of Geneva.”1 1 American Mineralogist, Vol. 69, p. 565, 1984.