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Paul De Bondt February 18, 2011 11:35AM

I noticed that the term " Galène tricotée " have been added. It's a good thing because these are typical for the Moresnet region in Belgium. But galène tricotée means knitted galena and not knitted blende.
Buttgenbach well descibed this as galena crystals growing in 3 dimensions, a little bit like a pine tree and are included in Schalenblende. It's the galena who is included in the blende and not the other way around.

I hope this helps.

Take care and best regards.

Uwe Kolitsch February 18, 2011 05:25PM
Thanks, my mistake (fixed now) - I had entered Strickblende just before, so I obviously chose blende instead of galena.
Paul De Bondt February 19, 2011 11:06AM
Hi Uwe,

No problemo.

Take care and best regards.

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