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Serandite from
Tanohata mine, Tanohata-mura, Shimohei District, Iwate, Japan

Locality type:Mine
Habit:Up to 10 cm long
Confirmation Methods:XRD
References:Am Min 61:3-4 pp 229-237; Mineral.Journ.Japan (1985) 12, 332-340; Matsubara, S., Miyawaki, R., Kurosawa, M., & Suzuki, Y. (2002). Potassicleakeite, a New Amphibole from the Tanohata Mine, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Journal of mineralogical and petrological sciences, 97(4), 177-184.
Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Iwateite1 photo of Serandite associated with Iwateite at this locality.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Serandite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Tanohata mine, Tanohata-mura, Shimohei District, Iwate, Japan
Localities for Serandite in this Region
Matsumaezawa pit (no. 3 orebody), Tanohata mine, Tanohata-mura, Shimohei District, Iwate, Japan
Nearest other occurrences of Serandite
0.0km (0.0 miles) Matsumaezawa pit (no. 3 orebody), Tanohata mine, Tanohata-mura, Shimohei District, Iwate, Japan
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