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Rutile from
Mount Kaputjugh, Paragachai, Orubad District, Syunik Province, Armenia

Locality type:Mountain
Comments:Occurs as lustrous crystals.
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Pavel M. Kartashov data; Martins da Pedra.
Associated Minerals:
Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Quartz20 photos of Rutile associated with Quartz at this locality.
Calcite1 photo of Rutile associated with Calcite at this locality.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Rutile data
Locality Data:Click here to view Mount Kaputjugh, Paragachai, Orubad District, Syunik Province, Armenia
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Nearest other occurrences of Rutile
21.1km (13.1 miles) Bargushatskii, Syunik Province, Armenia
40.3km (25.0 miles) Shikahogh Cu deposit (Shikahoh), Syunik Province, Armenia
50.3km (31.2 miles) Sungun Mine (Songun Mine), Ahar, Ahar County, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran
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