Fluorescent scapolite (rare location)

Haliburton road cut with King's Highway 121, Haliburton Co., Ontario, Canada

Fluorescent scapolite (rare location)
Fluorescent scapolite (rare location)
Fluorescent scapolite (rare location)
Fluorescent scapolite (rare location)
Fluorescent scapolite (rare location)
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Article codeVIII.J.1320.001

Mostly purple and green crystalline scapolite from Haliburton road cut with King's Highway 121, Haliburton Co., Ontario, Canada. Measures approximately 90x40x40 mm and weighs approximately 0,156 kilogramme.

In mineralogy Scapolite refers to a group of related silicate minerals, including Meionite and Marialite. Scapolite is a series between Marialite and Meionite
Used as a generic term when the exact chemical composition in the solid solution series has not been determined.
This is realy a natures beauty under short-UV-C in deep wine-red colors.