This is the raw grayish-white eudidymite specimen with fluorite, dolomite and mica. Dimensions: 2.0 x 1.4 x 1.4″ (5.1 x 3.6 x 3.5cm). Weight – 3.6oz (101 grams). Origin: Russia, Siberia.
Some information about eudidymite:
Eudidymite is a mineral, tape silicate from the amphibole group. The name derived from two Greek words – “eu” and “didymis”, meaning “well twinned”, due to the frequent occurrence of twinned crystals of eudidymites.
Eudidymite is a transparent or translucent mineral with a variety of colors. Has a hardness on the Mohs scale – 6. It occurs in the form of tabular crystals of monoclinic system with frequent appearance of twins. Eudidymite opened in 1887 in Norway.
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