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Isaac Coblentz's Photo Gallery

HQJ-R9XAnorthite (Var: Labradorite)

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Lake Erie beach, Saybrook township, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, USA

This labradorite pebble is 5 cm x 3.2 cm x 1.5 cm
This is one of the better specimens found on the beach. I collected this specimen in 2004. Glacial till deposit.
Copyright: © Isaac Coblentz      Photo ID: 85505     Uploaded by: Isaac Coblentz   View Count: 2182   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 762 x 897 pixels (0.7 Mpix)


Dover township, Athens Co., Ohio, USA

The face of this nodule is 3.625 " in length, 2.25" wide, and 2" thick. I collected, cut and polished specimen. This Hematite nodule was collected in a creek(headwater tributary to McDougal branch of Federal Creek) cutting through Conemaugh group, Pennsylvanian period, Paleozoic era strata.

sec. 3
Dover township
Athens Co.
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