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Strontianite from
Garden of the Gods and vicinity, El Paso Co., Colorado, USA

Validity:Believed Valid
References:"Minerals of Colorado, updated & revised", p. 14, by Eckel, Edwin B., 1997
Mineral Data:Click here to view Strontianite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Garden of the Gods and vicinity, El Paso Co., Colorado, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Strontianite
44.7km (27.8 miles) Garden Park, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
78.1km (48.5 miles) McClure Gulch carbonatite, McClure Mountain Complex, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
80.9km (50.3 miles) McClure Mountain, Iron Mountain complex, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
89.1km (55.3 miles) Vermiculite Mine (MRDS - 10013422), Gem Park complex, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
89.9km (55.9 miles) Letha Lee Prospect, Gem Park complex, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
90.0km (55.9 miles) Cotopaxi Mine (Cotopaxi lode; Gumaer Mine; Fannie lode; Fannie Mill), Mine Gulch, Cotopaxi, Cotopaxi Mining District, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
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