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Posted by: Jolyon & Katya Ralph
There are also plenty of sedimentary agates with no celadonite association, Perhaps you'd prefer to call them banded cherts, but they exist and are generally classified as agate by most people. If your intention is to redefine the nomenclature of agate to exclude those of purely sedimentary formation then that's an entirely different battle.