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  • Jennifer Smith

    Wavelite (Arkansas). Looks like an owl eye.

  • Alexandra

    Concentric Radial Wavellite - The Mineral and Gemstone Kingdom

  • Dee Criswell

    Wavelite (Arkansas) Wavellite is a phosphate mineral (hydrated aluminum phosphate), usually in various shades of green, ranging from dark rich emerald green to bright green, apple green, and pale green. It is found in fractures in hydrothermal regions and in phosphate rock deposits.The name is after William Wavell, the English physician who discovered it. Crystals are rare and wavellite usually forms in hemispherical or globular aggregates with a radiated structure.

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