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Philippe Roth (2)'s Photo Gallery

5G1-PW1Vaniniite

Multiple photos available
Falotta, Tinizong, Oberhalbstein, Albula Valley, Grischun, Switzerland

Field of View: .7 mm

Isometric crystals with strong etching, primarily on the larger prismatic faces (see child photo). Analyses, photo and collection Philippe Roth
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 931642     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 33   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1280 x 956 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

RUC-72UVaniniite

Multiple photos available
Falotta, Tinizong, Oberhalbstein, Albula Valley, Grischun, Switzerland

Field of View: 0.35 mm

For the species sharp crystal of vaniniite. The partial, thin ranciéite-takanelite crust is visible (darker grey). Two little etch pits are also visible (see also child photos). Cotype, collection MGL, photo Philippe Roth.
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 931628     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 26   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1278 x 955 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

2U3-9T7Dundasite, Cerussite

Tieftobel, Schmitten, Landwasser Valley, Albula Valley, Grischun, Switzerland

Field of View: 1.0 mm

Spray of macroscopiscally beige needles. Only known dundasite specimen from this locality and, as for 2018, from Switzerland. EDXS analysis, photo and collection: Philippe Roth.
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 928840     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1277 x 942 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

1AK-FKYPreisingerite

Multiple photos available
Lower Collioux Mine, Saint-Luc, Anniviers Valley, Wallis, Switzerland

Field of View: .15 mm

Pale yellow grains. EDXS analysis, photo and collection P. Roth
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 926568     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 16   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1278 x 893 pixels (1.1 Mpix)

KLG-50HBismuthinite, Preisingerite, Löllingite

Lower Collioux Mine, Saint-Luc, Anniviers Valley, Wallis, Switzerland

Field of View: 0.2 mm

Fibrous bismuthinite crystals with a few 'rice grains' of preisingerite on löllingite. EDXS analysis, photo and collection P. Roth
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 926563     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 13   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1277 x 948 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

46F-1G5Christite, Realgar

Jiepaiyu Mine, Shimen deposit, Shimen Co., Changde, Hunan, China

Field of View: 1.9 mm

Deep red (in transparency), partly twinned christite crystals. EDX analysis: P. Roth. Collection: T. Raber. Photo: M. Crumbach.

Additional photos can be found in:
Roth, P., Raber, T., Favreau, G. and Meisser, N. (2017): Thallium Sulfosalts from the Shimen As-Deposit, Hunan, China. Mineral Up 4(6): 8-22.
Copyright: © Mischa Crumbach / designbyearth.com      Photo ID: 919407     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 41   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1024 x 683 pixels (0.7 Mpix)

CC0-T4HRebulite, Orpiment

Jiepaiyu Mine, Shimen deposit, Shimen Co., Changde, Hunan, China

Field of View: 2 mm

Group of rebulite crystals. Rebulite seems to be the most common thallium sulfosalt in the mine. EDX analysis and collection: P. Roth, Photo: M. Crumbach.

Additional photos can be found in:
Roth, P., Raber, T., Favreau, G. and Meisser, N. (2017): Thallium Sulfosalts from the Shimen As-Deposit, Hunan, China. Mineral Up 4(6): 8-22.
Copyright: © Mischa Crumbach / designbyearth.com      Photo ID: 919402     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 28   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1024 x 683 pixels (0.7 Mpix)

6YK-7GFIchnusaite, Nuragheite

Punta de Su Seinargiu, Sarroch, Cagliari metropolitan city, Sardinia, Italy

Field of View: 0.3 mm

Fresh ichnusaite / nuragheite crystals collected by and obtained from Marzio Mamberti. The oxygen content seems to indicate the presence of the former species (rather than the very similar latter one). EDX analysis and collection: P. Roth
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 917532     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 46   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1280 x 959 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

C07-1M9Schindlerite

St Jude Mine, Gypsum Valley, Slick Rock District, San Miguel Co., Colorado, USA

Field of View: 1.5 mm

Flattened, partly pitted, orange crystals of schindlerite. EDX analysis (EDXPR_2780) and collection: P. Roth
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 917352     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 27   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1278 x 957 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

PVM-LL0Bonacinaite

Varenche Mine, Saint-Barthélemy, Nus, Aosta Valley, Italy

Field of View: 0.25 mm

Tiny, pseudohexagonal bonacinaite crystals. Phosphorus is also present, the As:P at% ratio being about 3.5:1. Wallkilldellite is also present on the sample. EDX analysis (EDXPR_2779) and collection: P. Roth
Copyright: © Philippe Roth      Photo ID: 917351     Uploaded by: Philippe Roth (2)   View Count: 83   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1278 x 957 pixels (1.2 Mpix)
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