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Pargasite from
Mundarara Mine, Longido District, Arusha Region, Tanzania

Locality type:Mine
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Cedric Simonet (2000): “Geology of Sapphire and Ruby Deposits -The example of the John Saul Ruby Mine, Mangare area, Southern Kenya” PhD Thesis, University of Nantes
Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Zoisite29 photos of Pargasite associated with Zoisite at this locality.
Ruby26 photos of Pargasite associated with Ruby at this locality.
Spinel4 photos of Pargasite associated with Spinel at this locality.
Diaspore2 photos of Pargasite associated with Diaspore at this locality.
Corundum1 photo of Pargasite associated with Corundum at this locality.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Pargasite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Mundarara Mine, Longido District, Arusha Region, Tanzania
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Nearest other occurrences of Pargasite
28.8km (17.9 miles) Ruby occurrence, Muriatata hills, Longido District, Arusha Region, Tanzania
56.1km (34.9 miles) Deeti volcanic cone, Monduli District, Arusha Region, Tanzania
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