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Beryl, Albite

Beryl : Be3Al2(Si6O18), Albite : NaAlSi3O8
minID: JQ8-6P5

Beryl, greenish yellow. J Scripps collection (1973). Scale at bottom of image is an inch with a rule at one cm. I think it was from this and similar specimens that Josephine Scripps brought back from Baja California that John Sinkankas described the locality.

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Photo added: 27th Jun 2009

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