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Celestine, Baryte

Celestine : SrSO4, Baryte : BaSO4
minID: TN2-18P

Photo Copyright © Rockpick Legend Co. & Rick Dalrymple  - This image is copyrighted. Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.

A red chalcedony geode (grape agate) from Greasewood Draw on the west side of the San Rafael Swell containing blue celestine crystals and yellow baryte blades.

The longest baryte crystal is 6mm tall.

Overall size is 6cm wide x 5cm tall.

Rick Dalrymple Collection.
Adrienne McElwain Photo.

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Photo added: 24th Aug 2009

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