Euclase from Brazil

Euclase from Brazil

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Caption: Euclase is beryllium aluminum silicate. It occurs in fine, sharp crystals ranging from colorless to shades of yellow, green and blue. It typically forms in coarse-grained igneous rocks known as pegmatites. Brazil and Namibia (South West Africa) have localities that have produced exceptional euclase crystals.

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