A dramatic example of zoned fluorescence in apatite - David Mosiah claim, Cerro Huañaquino, Potosí D


A dramatic example of zoned fluorescence in apatite, very characteristic of the material from the David Mosiah claim, Cerro Huañaquino, Potosí Department, Bolivia - originally labelled from a classic location- Llallagua, Bolivia. shown In MW and white light. (Information corrected by John Rakovan - Professor of Mineralogy/Geochemistry and Graduate Director, Department of Geology and Environmental Earth Science, Miami University)

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