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Classification of Jasper
Mineralogy of Jasper
First Recorded Occurrence of Jasper
Synonyms of Jasper
Other Language Names for Jasper
Varieties of Jasper
Jasper showing concentric red and yellow bands.
A local name for a brown ferruginous variety of Jasper.
A variety of jasper colored by chrysocolla.
A red-and-white banded jasper. [Webster (1962), Gems 755]
A variety of jasper from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Local name for a variety of Jasper. A kind of lydian stone.
A brown variety jasper (brown alternating with black stripes - Egypt) or red (blood-red, flesh red, yellow, brown - found in Baden), originally described from Egypt.
An orbicular jasper originally observed in the San Francisco area and named for lapidary J J Kinrade.
Variety of jasper exhibiting pastel colors.
Translucent, emerald green jasper from Guatemala, colored by inclusions of Cr-muscovite.
A banded Jasper
A yellow, purple, pink, and green jasper from Willow Creek, Ada County, Idaho, USA.
|Quartz||36 photos of Jasper associated with Quartz on mindat.org.|
|Hematite||29 photos of Jasper associated with Hematite on mindat.org.|
|Chalcedony||25 photos of Jasper associated with Chalcedony on mindat.org.|
|Agate||12 photos of Jasper associated with Agate on mindat.org.|
|Petrified Wood||10 photos of Jasper associated with Petrified Wood on mindat.org.|
|Pyrite||10 photos of Jasper associated with Pyrite on mindat.org.|
|Magnetite||8 photos of Jasper associated with Magnetite on mindat.org.|
|Baryte||7 photos of Jasper associated with Baryte on mindat.org.|
|Sepiolite||6 photos of Jasper associated with Sepiolite on mindat.org.|
|Opal||6 photos of Jasper associated with Opal on mindat.org.|
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