Pyrite crystals in their host rock

Pyrite crystals in their host rock

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Caption: Pyrite crystals in their host rock. Close-up of twinned crystals of the mineral pyrite. Pyrite, or iron pyrite, is the most widespread sulphide mineral known. This specimen was found in Rio Marina, Elba Island, Italy, and measures 60mm wide.

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