Bikitaite and Fluorapatite


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Bikitaite is a rare zeolite occurring in only two known localities, as an alteration product of spodumene in lithium-rich pegmatite dikes. This small thumbnail features a trio of tiny Bikitaite blades which are completely coated with tiny gem Fluorapatites. Small but mighty!

Locality: Foote Lithium Company Mine, Kings Mountain, Cleveland County, North Carolina

Composition:   lithium tectosilicate and calcium fluorophosphate

Dimensions: .9 × .3 × .1 cm
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Dimensions: .9 × .3 × .1 cm