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From a new find just a few m0nths ago come these distinctive calcites with a very unique appearance. A nearly 6cm crystal, which is mostly a pale amber/yellow is partially coated with worm-like opaque structures which could be more calcite, barite or perhaps quartz. I tend to believe they are also calcite, as the termination is topped by additional calcites like whipped cream on a sundae. This theme is repeated on every crystal in the cluster. Very unique!
Locality: San Diego Mine, Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, Mexico
Composition: calcium carbonate