Tag: apatite

New Specimen

New Specimen

I’ve got a new specimen thanks to Mark Cole at Minershop.com. It’s a fluorescent yellow apatite on tourmaline and quartz from the Shigar Valley, Pakistan. -rf

Eastern Hemisphere Rocks

Eastern Hemisphere Rocks

Langban Sweden Langban rocks have some of the brightest fluorescence found. That brightness is often in sharp contrast to a dark to black background. These hand sized specimens are bright and impressive with: calcite – bright red svabite – bright yellow dolomite – bright pink […]

Wyoming Rocks

Wyoming Rocks

Pacer Pegmatite The fluorescent minerals at the Casper Mountain pegmatite are mineralogical mutts. They are comprised of admixtures of quartz, albite, and small trace amounts of other pegmatite minerals that gradually grade into each other. Few large, distinct crystals are found. Not too interesting mineralogically. […]