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Posted by: Jolyon & Katya Ralph
> So-called sedimentary agates are found under ash beds that was the silica source.
Not true. There are plenty of examples of agate of entirely sedimentary origin, where biogenic silica (eg from radiolaria/diatoms) is the primary source.