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Srebrodolskite from
Jebel Harmun (Jabel Harum), Hatrurim Formation, West Bank, Palestine

Classification
Species:Srebrodolskite
Formula:Ca2Fe23+O5
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Galuskina, I.O., Vapnik Ye., Lazic B., Armbruster T., Murashko M. and Galuskin E. Harmunite CaFe2O4: A new mineral from the Jabel Harmun, West Bank, Palestinian Autonomy, Israel. American Mineralogist, 99, 965–975.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Srebrodolskite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Jebel Harmun (Jabel Harum), Hatrurim Formation, West Bank, Palestine
Nearest other occurrences of Srebrodolskite
1.9km (1.2 miles) Nabi Musa, Hatrurim Formation, West Bank, Palestine
12.8km (8.0 miles) Ma'ale Adumim (Ma'aleh Adumim; Maale Adummim), Hatrurim formation, West Bank, Palestine
64.4km (40.0 miles) Hatrurim (Hatrurim Basin), Hatrurim Formation, Negev, Israel
77.1km (47.9 miles) Tulul al Hammam, Siwaga, Lisdan-Siwaga Fault, Hashem region, Amman, Jordan
80.4km (50.0 miles) Jordan Areva Resources, Amman, Jordan
 
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