Pyrochlore (fluorcalciopyrochlore) and annite

Vishnevye Mountains, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia

Pyrochlore (fluorcalciopyrochlore) and annite
Pyrochlore (fluorcalciopyrochlore) and annite
Pyrochlore (fluorcalciopyrochlore) and annite
Pyrochlore (fluorcalciopyrochlore) and annite
Pyrochlore (fluorcalciopyrochlore) and annite
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Article codeIV.0.0-001
Very fine specimen with pyrochlore and annite crystals on white albite. This is a very nice specimen with a cluster beautiful pyrochlore and deep black lousters crystals.
Dimensions: 100x80x65mm and weighs 0,6 kilogramme.

Partially gemmy, burnished brown-red pyrochlore octohedrons aesthetically cover matrix together with deep black tetraferriphlogopite end white albiete crystals from Veshnovogorsk, Ural Mts., Russia.
Pyrochlore is an uncommon niobium oxide. Annite is a member of the mica group (the Biotite subgroup)