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Allen Steinburg has uploaded:
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XKJ-A58Biotite (Var: Mg(T) Mica)

Cantin Mine, South Burgess Township, Leeds and Grenville Co., Ontario, Canada

This is a Phlogopite mica crystal measuring approximately 6cm x 12cm and was found imbedded in a course calcite matrix. The photo was taken with an Olympus SP-500UZ digital camera in natural light. Good specimens up to 10 cm have been recovered from this area with apatite as an accessory mineral.
Copyright: © All rights reserved      Photo ID: 182533     Uploaded by: Allen Steinburg   View Count: 927   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2112 x 2816 pixels (5.9 Mpix)

8DK-3C9Fluorapatite : Ca2Ca3(PO4)3F

South Burgess Township, Leeds and Grenville Co., Ontario, Canada

The Apatite crystal measures 3.5cm x 1cm and is in a matrix of course grained calcite. The photo was taken on 31 August, 2008. This specimen comes from an old abandoned phosphate mine in South-eastern Ontario, Canada and was last worked in the 1870's. Yellow and greyish Apatite crystals though not as common, are occationally found at this site.
Copyright: © All rights reserved      Photo ID: 182480     Uploaded by: Allen Steinburg   View Count: 1861   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2816 x 2112 pixels (5.9 Mpix)

3HT-PAGChalcopyrite : CuFeS2

Morton area, South Crosby Township, Leeds and Grenville Co., Ontario, Canada

This Chalcopyrite crystal is about 1cm in size and is magnified about 10x. The crystal is imbedded whithin a matrix of calcite crystals. The specimen was collected in June of 2007 at a location which is producine well defined individual chalcopyrites and large calcite crystals.
Copyright: © Rights reserved      Photo ID: 147355     Uploaded by: Allen Steinburg   View Count: 619   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2816 x 2112 pixels (5.9 Mpix)

E9X-TY2Calcite : CaCO3

Morton area, South Crosby Township, Leeds and Grenville Co., Ontario, Canada

This specimen is 14cmx10cm and was found in a fracture in altered limestone.
Copyright: © rights reserved      Photo ID: 109053     Uploaded by: Allen Steinburg   View Count: 716   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2816 x 2112 pixels (5.9 Mpix)

DQP-2DVPyrite : FeS2

Shipman Mine, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds and Grenville Co., Ontario, Canada

Approximately 9 x 9 cm in size.
Copyright: © A. Steinburg      Photo ID: 30701     Uploaded by: Allen Steinburg   View Count: 872   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1392 x 1856 pixels (2.6 Mpix)

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