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Beryl var. Aquamarine        Shigar Valley, Skardu District, Baltistan, Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Areas), Pakistan    28mm x 8mm x 6mm  Lustrous transparent aquamarine crystal, the blue-green gem variety of the mineral species beryl, with glassy crystal faces and seven-faced complex termination. The aquamarine crystal has unusual internal parallel growth patterns oriented to the C-face. The crystal

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Barite

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Aquamarine

Aquamarine from Shigar Valley, Skardu District, Baltistan, Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Areas), Pakistan

SCORODITE

Dakota Matrix Minerals sells quality mineral specimens and mineral specimen collections from worldwide localities.

Tapered Pyramidal Aquamarine Crystal from Mimoso do Sul, Espírito Santo, Brazil

The Mineral and Gemstone Kingdom: Image Photo Gallery

Did you know that most gems occur in many different colors? Read our jewel-toned guide to select the stone that best suits you. Simon G.'s Proposal Prep School

Colored Diamonds and Gemstones 101

Did you know that most gems occur in many different colors? Read our jewel-toned guide to select the stone that best suits you. Simon G.'s Proposal Prep School Supernatural Style

Apatite-(CaF), Ca5(PO4)3F,  Pulsifer Quarry, Mt. Apatite District, Auburn, Androscoggin Co., Maine, USA. Size 08x08x07 mm. Copyright:	Rob Lavinsky

Pulsifer, Maine x x Purple apatite from Maine elicits a reverent response among serious mineral collectors. That is because the Smithsonian’s "Roebling Apatite, Pulsifer, Maine. considered one of the great mineral specimens in the world.

Beryl var. Aquamarine with Muscovite from Nuristan, Laghman Province, Afghanistan

Aquamarine with Muscovite from Nuristan, Laghman Province, Afghanistan

Beryl (variety aquamarine) with Albite and Schorl

Beryl (variety aquamarine) with Albite and Schorl - Nyet Bruk, Braldu Valley, Baltistan Pakistan

Radiating Linarite Crystals from Grand Reef Mine, Aravaipa District, Graham County, Arizona

Linarite is known for its electric blue color. Specimens may be mistakenly labeled as Azurite, since both are found in the same localities and can be very similar in appearance. Simple tests can distinguish the two, for their physical properties differ.

Galena with Dolomite, Chalcopyrite

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