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Baryte from
Diamond Lake Barite occurrence ("Odell Diamond" locality), Odell, Gage Co., Nebraska, USA

Locality type:Occurrence
Comments:Small diamond-shaped white or pink "Odell Diamonds" found in Creataceous shales west of the town of Odell.
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Barbour, Erwin H., (1903), Report of the State Geologist, Nebraska Geological Survey, v. 1, 199-190.

Pabian, Roger K.,(1993) Minerals and Gemstones of Nebraska, CSD U Neb EC 2
Mineral Data:Click here to view Baryte data
Locality Data:Click here to view Diamond Lake Barite occurrence ("Odell Diamond" locality), Odell, Gage Co., Nebraska, USA
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Nearest other occurrences of Baryte
22.1km (13.7 miles) C.H. Davis Quarry, Wymore, Gage Co., Nebraska, USA
25.2km (15.7 miles) Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska, USA
63.0km (39.1 miles) Elk Creek Carbonatite, Elk Creek, Johnson Co., Nebraska, USA
68.7km (42.7 miles) Elk Creek, Johnson Co., Nebraska, USA
82.3km (51.1 miles) Yankee Hill Brick Yard (Burnham pit), Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska, USA
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