Tourmaline schorl specimen

Tourmaline schorl specimen

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Credit: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Tourmaline schorl specimen. Tourmaline has a very complex and variable composition. The most common form is schorl or schorlite, shown here. This is a composite, doubly-terminated crystal, 9 centimetres across and 8 centimetres long. It includes a little limonite and crystals of apatite. This specimen is from Woolley Farm, near Bovey Tracey, Devon, UK.

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