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Ebenlecker farm (Ebenlöcker farm; Ebenlecker quarry), Herzogberg, Modriach, Koralpe, Styria, Austria

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Location is approximate, estimate based on other nearby localities.
Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 47° North , 15° East (est.)
Margin of Error:~3km
Other regions containing this locality:The Alps, Europe
Locality type:Farm
Köppen climate type:Dfb : Warm-summer humid continental climate
Name(s) in local language(s):Gehöft Ebenlecker (Ebenlöcker; Ebenlecker-Steinbruch), Herzogberg, Modriach, Koralpe, Steiermark, Österreich

Abandoned quarry in a pegmatite disseminated by quartz veins carrying iron and copper ores.

Located northwest of Ebenlecker farm, in the northern Koralpe Mts.
A suite of phosphate minerals was discovered in 1959-1961; the quarry site was leveled subsequently.

Mineral List

18 valid minerals.

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- KAHLER, E. (1961): Neue Funde sekundärer Phosphatminerale bei Modriach (Koralpe). Der Karinthin, 42, 153-154.
- MEIXNER, H. (1961): Neue Mineralfunde in den österreichischen Ostalpen XVII. Carinthia II, 151./71., 69-77.
- KAHLER, E. (1962): Sekundäre Phosphate von der Koralpe, Steiermark (Ebenlecker bei Modriach). Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Abh., 98, 1-13.
- Der Aufschluss, special edition 1972, pp. 40-41
- Weninger, H. (1976): Mineral-Fundstellen Band 5: Steiermark und Kärnten. Chr. Weise Verlag, München, 231 pp.
- Postl, W. (1987): 686. Beraunit vom Herzogberg bei Modriach, Koralpe, Steiermark. Pp. 371-318 in NIEDERMAYR, G., BRANDSTÄTTER, F., MOSER, B. & POSTL, W. (1987): Neue Mineralfunde aus Österreich XXXVI. Carinthia II, 177./97., 283-329.
- Taucher, J. & Moser, B. (1995): 999. Pickeringit, Rozenit, Szomolnokit und Gipskristalle vom ehemaligen Quarzabbau Ebenlecker, Herzogberg, Modriach, Koralpe, Steiermark. Pp. 164-165 in NIEDERMAYR, G., H.-P. BOJAR, F. BRANDSTÄTTER, V. M. F. HAMMER, B. MOSER, W. POSTL & J. TAUCHER (1995): Neue Mineralfunde aus Österreich XIVL. Carinthia II, 185./105., 145-168.

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