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Quartz from
Bald Hornet claim (Blue Mountain Saddle), North Bend, King Co., Washington, USA

Locality type:Claim
Comments:Japanlaw twins are very common at this site and reach up to 8cm in length.
Habit:tabular, twinned
Quality for species:Good crystals or rich for species - important (!)
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Min Record:20(5):390; Minerals of Washington, B. Cannon, 1975; Rocks and Minerals 66:6, p.469
Associated Minerals:
Rock Crystal
Sceptre Quartz
Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Luinaite-(OH)22 photos of Quartz associated with Luinaite-(OH) at this locality.
Ferberite4 photos of Quartz associated with Ferberite at this locality.
Tourmaline3 photos of Quartz associated with Tourmaline at this locality.
Schorl1 photo of Quartz associated with Schorl at this locality.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Quartz data
Locality Data:Click here to view Bald Hornet claim (Blue Mountain Saddle), North Bend, King Co., Washington, USA
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