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Strunz Classification - Collinsite - Wendwilsonite series

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7/C.17-10Collinsite
7/C.17-15Hillite
7/C.17-20Messelite
7/C.17-30Fairfieldite
7/C.17-40Cassidyite
7/C.17-50Talmessite
7/C.17-60Gaitite
7/C.17-70Parabrandtite
7/C.17-80β-Roselite
7/C.17-90Wendwilsonite
7/C.17-100Roselite
7/C.17-110Brandtite
7/C.17-120Zincroselite
Show all Water-bearing phosphates without unfamiliar anions. cations of medium and small size: Be and Mn, Fe, Cu, Zn, Mg subgroups.


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