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Malachite from
Loring Cove, Perry, Washington Co., Maine, USA

Locality type:Cove
References:Thompson, W.B.,, 1999, Maine Mineral Localities, 3rd edition, Maine Geological Survey, Augusta.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Malachite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Loring Cove, Perry, Washington Co., Maine, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Malachite
12.0km (7.4 miles) Big Hill Mine, Pembroke, Washington Co., Maine, USA
16.1km (10.0 miles) Wheal Louisiana mine (Johnson mine; McLeans mine; Back Bay mine), Saint George Parish, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Canada
19.7km (12.2 miles) Lubec Lead mine (Solomon Thayer Mine), Lubec, Washington Co., Maine, USA
36.1km (22.4 miles) Whale Cove Cliffs, Grand Manan Island, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Canada
48.0km (29.8 miles) Wood Island, Grand Manan Island, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Canada
51.5km (32.0 miles) Mount Pleasant Mine (Brunswick Tin Mines), Saint George Parish, Charlotte Co., New Brunswick, Canada
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