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help for a locality

geschrieben von Matteo Chinellato  
Matteo Chinellato 13.05.2007 10:45:52
I have a micromount of Calcite with locality write Rainuzan or similar, any of you know?
Uwe Kolitsch 13.05.2007 12:52:18
"Rainuzan" doesn't ring a bell. Maybe a photo of the label would help.
Matteo Chinellato 13.05.2007 15:07:20
ok I seen to take. Another, kupfenkies what mineral is??
Alfredo Petrov 13.05.2007 16:34:49
Uwe Kolitsch 13.05.2007 16:59:09
Kupferkies, not Kupfenkies.
Matteo Chinellato 13.05.2007 19:25:31
its many I have understand what is write..
Matteo Chinellato 14.05.2007 05:30:12
rubinglimer roschen?
Uwe Kolitsch 14.05.2007 09:45:00
Rubinglimmer = ruby mica = lepidocrocite (or misidentified hematite, goethite)
Matteo Chinellato 18.05.2007 17:42:33
another mineral name: stibiduzonit from Clara Mine
Matteo Chinellato 18.05.2007 18:02:25
and a locality Geraldseck or Gerdseck for the Torbernite
Uwe Kolitsch 18.05.2007 19:10:32
Stibioluzonite = Famatinite

Torbernite locality should be
Geroldseck, Lahr, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

1 mal bearbeitet. Zuletzt am 18.05.2007 19:19 von Uwe Kolitsch.
Matteo Chinellato 19.05.2007 06:03:47
thanks again
Matteo Chinellato 20.05.2007 21:01:29
anglesite this from Clara Mine? or Cerussite?

Matteo Chinellato 21.05.2007 04:56:47
sorry if I ask continue questions, but its hard understand what is write in the labels hand-writes. You know this locality?

Ferdinando Giovine 21.05.2007 06:52:26
SEMPRE E SOLO CERUSSITE!! Ma possibile che non vedi che i cristalli hanno una geminazione ciclica?
Matteo Chinellato 21.05.2007 07:18:48
io faccio meteoriti, non minerali, e modera il tono che inizi a stancare con questa linea di risposta. Inoltre, colpa anche di chi scrive robe sballate sulle etichette, io nella mia collezione ho tutti i dati scritti al computer e con dati precisi, non a mano che non si capisce nulla e con località sballate o nomi sballati.
Elmar Lackner 21.05.2007 08:48:22
Hello Matteo,

most possible location for

means: old Quarry on the street Dietersweiler to Glatten, Freudenstadt, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Best regards
Uwe Kolitsch 21.05.2007 09:51:57
Matteo, it's cerussite.

How does the aragonite from Dietersweiler look like? (I don't know the locality but the link provided by Elmar says it's a sandstone/limestone quarry).
Matteo Chinellato 21.05.2007 10:54:44
I not know, the few matrix its many brittle and is many similar to sandstone type. Here a photo + biggest

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