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Important:  Fluorescent minerals require a special ultraviolet lamp to view them (normally, a short-wave UV lamp).  It's worth it to get a good lamp.

The color response of your computer's monitor may not be the best representation of the photographs. The colors shown in the photos, at least as they appear on our office monitor, are the most accurate representations we were able to capture with the limitations of the camera.
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Scheelite - Montana (#F582)




Scheelite
Beaverhead County, Montana

FL bright blue-white SW.  The piece is somewhat irregular in shape but has good coverage of scheelite.

Size approx. 2 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 1"
Ship. wt. 0.8 lb

#F582 ... $20.00





Witherite - Cave-In-Rock, Illinois (#F581)





Witherite
Cave-In-Rock, IL.

FL moderate bluish-white SW.  Specimen consists of rough / blocky crystalline witherite with small amounts of fluorite (NF).

Size approx. 2 5/8" x 1 1/2" x 1"
Ship. wt. 0.5 lb.

#F581 ... $20.00




Wollastonite - Desert View Mine, CA (#F447)




Wollastonite & Calcite
Desert View Mine, San Bernardino County, California

FL orange SW (wollastonite) and reddish SW (calcite).  

Size approx. 3 1/2 x 2 x 1 inches

Ship. wt. 0.8 lb

#F447 ... $25.00





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Fluorescent minerals require a special lamp to view the colors you see in the photos.  Most of the specimens shown above react to short-wave ultraviolet (SW UV or "UV-C"), which has a wavelength of 254 nanometers.




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