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Anorthite from Central Desert Region, Northern Territory, Australia

Australia
 
  • Northern Territory
    • Central Desert Region
      • Harts Range (Harts Ranges; Hartz Range; Hartz Ranges)
        • Ambalindum Station
          • Harding Springs
[var. Bytownite] Zia U. Bajwah, Huckitta 1:250 000 Mineral deposit data series, Northern Territory Geological Survey, 1994
          • Spriggs Creek Bore (Spriggs Bore)
McColl, D.H., Warren, R.G. (1979) The First Discovery of Ruby in Australia, The Australian Mineralogist, No.26, September 1979, p.121-125.
      • Jervois Station
        • Jervois Range
Ransom, D.M. (1978) The Scheelite prospects of the Jervois Range, Bonya Creek and Molyhill areas, Northern Territory.
[var. Bytownite] Huckitta 1996
      • Strangways Range
Wilson, A. F. (1977) A zincian högbomite and some other högbomites from the Strangways Range, Central Australia. Mineralogical Magazine, Vol.41, pp. 337-44.
[var. Labradorite] Hudson, D. R., Wilson, A.F. (1966): A new occurrence of sapphirine and related anthophyllite from Central Australia. Geological Magazine 103, 293-298.
 
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