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Fabre Minerals - Ste. Marie 2012 Update

12th July 2012

Here is the second half of the Ste. Marie Show novelties. As announced, they are mainly Moroccan, including blue Barite from Ouichane, some material from the new mining area of Bou Nahas in Oumjrane and the recently analyzed
Mottramites with Vanadinite from Mibladen (the Mottramite is a new species for the locality!)

Together with all of this Moroccan flow, there are also two wonderful Chalcopyrites on Siderite, a few more dipyramidal Quartzes and a lovely Ilvaite, all from China.

To see them you can use this link:

If you want to get more info about what happened during the Ste. Marie Show please use this other link:

Jordi Fabre



Barite - Ouichane, Morocco

Cobaltian Calcite - Morocco

Chalcopyrite-Bou Nahas,Morocco

Barite - Bou Nahas, Morocco

Pyrite - Bou Nahas, Morocco

Marcasite - Bou Nahas, Morocco

Quartz - Huanggang Mine, China

Quartz - Huanggang Mine, China

Chalcopyrite - China

Ilvaite- Huanggang Mine, China
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