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Wollastonite, Fengjiashan Mine, China

20.11.2016

 

Wollastonite from the Fengjiashan Mine, Daye, Hubei, China. Not especially bright compared to other minerals, but a very nice subtle fluorescence. A nice color change specimen as well, especially in SW and MW. A little unique in shape as well; most Fengjiashan wollastonites seem to longer and thinner. Shots are shortwave, mid-wave, long wave, phosphorescence, and natural. The phosphorescence is very long lasting.

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