Lake Butler, Robe, South East - Limestone Coast, South Australia, Australia
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The monohydrocalcite occurs as aggregated pellets (individual pellets are 0.5-2.0 mm across) forming beach rocks around the shore line of the lake.
1 entry listed. 1 valid mineral.
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G.F.Taylor 1975. The Occurrence of Monohydrocalcite in Two Small Lakes in the South-East of South Australia. American Mineralogist Vol.60, pp.690-687.