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Calcite : CaCO3
minID: Y7Q-6QG

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Several different crystals forms of honey-yellow calcite with the largest calcite being 7.4cm by 7.2cm and the entire plate being 21.9cm by 17.5cm. Collected by James "Skip" Colflesh from the October 2000 pocket at the York Building Supply Company's limestone quarry. Photo by and in the collection of J. Nemitz.

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Photo added: 24th May 2009

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