Wehrlite (of Kobell)
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|Name:||Named by Kobell for Wehrle who performed the first chemical analysis.|
Originally thought to be a simple mineral, but turned out to be a peridotite consisting of olivine, diallag, basaltic hornblende and titaniferous magnetite.
Classification of Wehrlite (of Kobell)
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|Health Warning:||No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.|
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Localities for Wehrlite (of Kobell)
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New Locality Added: Pegmatite locality 1, Frøyså, Iveland, Aust-Agder, NorwayFrom Olav Revheim, 20th Dec 2014 19:25:08