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Aris: Natrolite not Apophyllite

Posted by Joachim Esche  
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Joachim Esche June 20, 2012 12:16PM
Hello,

I think the apophyllites in picture and are natrolites. All crystals show the flat pyramids, typical for natrolite. Apophyllites have a much more steeper pyramid.

Joachim
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John Lichtenberger June 20, 2012 03:03PM
Could also use higher f-stop and longer exposure to improve DOF... always difficult with mini/micro photography, but, why post blurry point-focus pictures as a reference?
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Uwe Kolitsch June 26, 2012 03:57PM
I agree, messages sent.
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