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Calaverite from
Idarado Mine, Telluride, Telluride Mining District (Upper San Miguel Mining District), San Juan Mts, San Miguel Co., Colorado, USA

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Calaverite
Formula:AuTe2
Colour:gray-white metallic with black tarnish
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Crook, Wilson W. and Oswald, Stanley G. (1979) Calaverite from the Idarado Mine. Friends of Mineralogy Colorado Chapter Newsletter: 2(1).
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Calaverite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Idarado Mine, Telluride, Telluride Mining District (Upper San Miguel Mining District), San Juan Mts, San Miguel Co., Colorado, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Calaverite
5.8km (3.6 miles) Gold King Mine (Gold King Extension), Gladstone, Eureka Mining District, San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
7.9km (4.9 miles) Sunnyside Mine group (American Tunnel Mine; American Tunnel; Gold King Mine; Washington Mine; Belle Creole; Gold Prince; Brenneman Mine; Mogul Mine), Bonita Peak, Gladstone, Eureka Mining District, San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
15.4km (9.6 miles) Little Giant Mine, Little Giant Peak, Animas Mining District, San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
15.5km (9.7 miles) Isolde Mine (Belcher; MS 15635; Baltimore; MS 2157; Isolde; MS 15635), Park Mining District (Whitecross Mining District), Hinsdale Co., Colorado, USA
26.3km (16.4 miles) Good Hope Mine (Patented Claims: Good Hope; MS 7764; Wonder; MS 7764), Beartown Mining District (Bear Creek Mining District), San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
26.4km (16.4 miles) Little May Mine, Beartown Mining District (Bear Creek Mining District), San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
26.5km (16.5 miles) Summit Mine, Beartown Mining District (Bear Creek Mining District), San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
26.5km (16.5 miles) Golden Shear Mine (Patented Claim: Bonita; MS 11327), Beartown Mining District (Bear Creek Mining District), San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
27.2km (16.9 miles) Gold Bug Mine (Patented Claims: Gold Bug; MS 11619a; Gold Bug Mill Site; MS 11691b; Repeal; MS 11691a; Gold Nugget; MS 11691a), Beartown Mining District (Bear Creek Mining District), San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
27.4km (17.1 miles) Beartown Mining District (Bear Creek Mining District), San Juan Co., Colorado, USA
 
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