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Pavel Kartashov's Photo Gallery

X2P-HX5Aqualite, Nepheline, Aegirine

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Apatitovyi Tsirk, Rasvumchorr Mine, Rasvumchorr Mt, Khibiny Massif, Murmansk Oblast, Russia

Dimensions: 6.5 cm x 5 cm x 4 cm

Large cm-size pink grains with perfect cleavage described by Maiya N. Sokolova from the locality in early 70th as "hydroeudialyte". It was chronologicaly the second occurrence of the mineral, recently named aqualite. Associated minerals are black prismatic aegirine-I and minor green aegirine-III, quadrangular sections along short-prismatic crystals of grey nepheline also are well visible. Specimen size is 6.5x5x4 cm. Selfcollected in August of 1987. Pavel M. Kartashov collection and photo.
Copyright: © Pavel M. Kartashov collection & photo      Photo ID: 152458     Uploaded by: Pavel Kartashov   View Count: 497   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 781 x 685 pixels (0.5 Mpix)

P0L-CN5Aqualite

Apatitovyi Tsirk, Rasvumchorr Mine, Rasvumchorr Mt, Khibiny Massif, Murmansk Oblast, Russia

Pink grains with perfect cleavage described by Maiya N. Sokolova from the locality in early 70th as "hydroeudialyte". It was chronologicaly the second occurrence of the mineral, recently named aqualite. FOV is 12x10 mm. Selfcollected in September 1991. Pavel M. Kartashov collection and photo.
Copyright: © Pavel M. Kartashov collection & photo      Photo ID: 137150     Uploaded by: Pavel Kartashov   View Count: 438   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 954 x 716 pixels (0.7 Mpix)

37C-376Aqualite

Apatitovyi Tsirk, Rasvumchorr Mine, Rasvumchorr Mt, Khibiny Massif, Murmansk Oblast, Russia

Pink grains with perfect cleavage described by Maiya N. Sokolova from the locality in early 70th as "Hydroeudialyte". It was chronologicaly the second occurrence of the mineral, recently named Aqualite. FOV is 12x10 mm. Selfcollected in 1991. Pavel M. Kartashov collection and photo.
Copyright: © Pavel M. Kartashov collection & photo      Photo ID: 137138     Uploaded by: Pavel Kartashov   View Count: 560   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 954 x 716 pixels (0.7 Mpix)

8J8-48DAqualite, Feklichevite, Pectolite

Kovdor Phlogopite mine, Kovdor Massif, Murmansk Oblast, Russia

"Elbaite-like" agregates consist of bright-pink Aqualite crusts over brownish Feklichevite cores in nephelin-syenit pegmatite. Associated mineral is brownish oxidised Pectolite large prismatic grain in the right upper corner of the photo. FOV is ~12x10 mm. Collected by Igor V. Pekov on Phlogopite mine of the locality in 2005. Pavel M. Kartashov collection and photo.
Copyright: © Pavel M. Kartashov collection & photo      Photo ID: 137030     Uploaded by: Pavel Kartashov   View Count: 1239   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 954 x 716 pixels (0.7 Mpix)
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