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Daniel Chaplin's Photo Gallery

8KC-XCUVanadinite (Var: Arsenatian Vanadinite)

Red Bird Mine, Antelope Springs Mining District, Pershing Co., Nevada, USA

Field of View: 3 mm

Cream colored hexagonal "rice grains" with tapered ends of Arsenatian Vanadinite, sometimes called Endlichite, in a vug of Cinnabar with quartz. Largest Vanadinite crystal is submillimeter (about 0.4mm). Arsenatian Vanadinite is fairly rare in Nevada, with only two other sites listed at this time.

Self-collected and photo by Dan Chaplin. Credit to Andrea Foster of USGS for XRF spectrometry.
Photo ID: 633211     Uploaded by: Daniel Chaplin   View Count: 134   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1800 x 1800 pixels (3.2 Mpix)

3H6-YGQVanadinite (Var: Arsenatian Vanadinite), Cinnabar

Red Bird Mine, Antelope Springs Mining District, Pershing Co., Nevada, USA

Field of View: 3 mm

Cream colored hexagonal "rice grains" with tapered ends of Arsenatian Vanadinite, sometimes called Endlichite, in a vug of Cinnabar with quartz. Largest Vanadinite crystal is submillimeter (about 0.4mm). Arsenatian Vanadinite is fairly rare in Nevada, with only two other sites listed at this time.

Self-collected and photo by Dan Chaplin. Credit to Andrea Foster of USGS for XRF spectrometry.
Photo ID: 633208     Uploaded by: Daniel Chaplin   View Count: 123   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1800 x 1800 pixels (3.2 Mpix)

XF2-0L2Vanadinite (Var: Arsenatian Vanadinite), Cinnabar

Red Bird Mine, Antelope Springs Mining District, Pershing Co., Nevada, USA

Field of View: 5 mm

Gray hexagonal tapered barrels and acicular sprays of Arsenatian Vanadinite, sometimes called Endlichite, in a vug of Cinnabar with quartz. Vanadinite crystal is about 1 mm. Arsenatian Vanadinite is fairly rare in Nevada, with only two other sites listed at this time.

Self-collected and photo by Dan Chaplin. Credit to Andrea Foster of USGS for XRF spectrometry.
Photo ID: 633201     Uploaded by: Daniel Chaplin   View Count: 226   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2400 x 1596 pixels (3.8 Mpix)
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