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Fakes, Forgeries and Misrepresentations  :: A great guide for the serious collector or buyer (✪ Buyer Beware ✪) :: This one, a kiln baked Citrine.

Fakes, Forgeries and Misrepresentations :: A great guide for the serious collector or buyer (✪ Buyer Beware ✪) :: This one, a kiln baked Citrine.

Rhodochrosite from Peru

My favorite minerals: Azurite~Chalcopyrite~Dioptase~Opal~Rhodochrosite~ Tourmaline

The geology nerd in me just went nuts! how did i never hear of this? i need this for my mineral collection!🌺 "Cactus quartz (Spirit Quartz) is a new mineral that was discovered in South Africa in February

Copper with Silver, Hancock Mine, Hancock, Houghton Co., Michigan, USA

Copper with Silver - Hancock Mine, Hancock, Houghton Co.

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Kiwi fruit is exceptionally high in vitamin C, in fact it contains even more vitamin C than an orange. Kiwi fruit also contains high amounts of vitamins.

Mineralia Goes to the Smithsonian

My favorite minerals: Azurite~Chalcopyrite~Dioptase~Opal~Rhodochrosite~ Tourmaline

rare Amethyst Point sitting atop a quartz crystal matrix  (Photo Credit: Y Okazaki)

rare Amethyst Point sitting atop a quartz crystal matrix (Photo Credit: Y Okazaki)

Fluorite - Yaogangxian Mine, Hunan, China

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Blue Fluorites

ifuckingloveminerals: Fluorite, Sphalerite Minerva MineCave-in-Rock, Hardin County, Illinois, USA

Discovered in 1845, the mineral Wulfenite, is named after Austrian Jesuit mineralogist Franz Xavier von Wulfen, who authored a monograph on the lead ores of Bleiberg, Austria. Wulfenite forms square shaped, tabular crystals and also prismatic crystals. Other habits are massive and granular. Wulfenite is typically colored orange or yellow but may be brown, gray, or greenish brown. The colors often appear brilliant. Wulfenite forms in the parts of the ore veins that have been altered by…

Discovered in 1845, the mineral Wulfenite, is named after Austrian Jesuit mineralogist Franz Xavier von Wulfen, who authored a monograph on the lead ores of Bleiberg, Austria. Wulfenite forms square shaped, tabular crystals and also prismatic crystals. Other habits are massive and granular. Wulfenite is typically colored orange or yellow but may be brown, gray, or greenish brown. The colors often appear brilliant. Wulfenite forms in the parts of the ore veins that have been altered by…

A stunning Tourmaline from the Pederneira mine in Minas Gerais, Brazil. <3

A stunning Tourmaline specimen from the Pederneira mine in Minas Gerais, Brazil. The photo is by German photographer Malte Sickinger - Tourmaline Crystal Structure / Watermelon Tourmaline / Rocks / Gems /

Silver, Uchucchacua Mine, Oyon Province, Lima Department, Peru. Size 7.1 x 4.8 x 4.8 cm

Elegantly twisted silver tendrils extend from a contrasting matrix.

Azurite-Malachite with Cuprite

Geology is an absolutely fascinating and broad field of study. Check here for pretty minerals,.

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