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Sodalite and Natrolite, on Ussingite - Greenland

25.3.2017

 Orange fluorescing sodalite atop a non-fluorescent ussingite.  The bluish/green mineral on the top is assumed to be natrolite.  Areas of the sodalite are tenebrescent.  The ussingite is a gem material - which is typically non-fluorescent.  When mixed with sodalite it will fluoresce orange and mixed with chkalovite fluoresce green.

 

 

 

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