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A synonym of Kamphaugite-(Y)
Name used by Mineev (1994) for a mineral first reported from the Verkhnee Espe Massif, Kazakhstan as "tengerite" by Stepanov (1961).
Later described as a new mineral from Hørtekollen, Norway and named Kamphaugite-(Y).

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Stepanov, A. V. (1961): New and rare minerals in alkaligranites of Kazakhstan (in Russian). Trudy Kazakhskogo Nauchno-Issledovatelskogo Instituta Mineralnogo Syrya: 5: 147-161. [as tengerite]
Mineev, D. A. (1974): Lantanoidy v rudakh redkozemelnykh i kompleksnykh mestorozhdenii (Lanthanoids in rare earth ores and in complex places of origin). Nauka, Moscow, 240 pp. [as calciotengerite]
Raade, G. & Brastad, K. (1993): Kamphaugite-(Y), a new hydrous Ca-(Y-REE)-carbonate mineral. European Journal of Mineralogy: 5: 679-683

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