Richard Hughes has also recently reported jeremejevite (crystal size not mentioned) from Rangkul
near Murghab, in the Kukurt Mountains, Pamir, Tadjikistan.
Where have you seen, anywhere else, many thousands of words and dozens of geologic maps and line drawings in explication of places like Rangkul
or Kukhi-lal, Tajikistan; Malkhane, Chita Oblast, Siberia; Volodarsk-Volyn', Ukraine; or Darai-Pech, Afghanistan?
The Pamir pegmatites of Tajikistan occur in the Muzkol'skovo metamorphic complex of the Rangkul
' region, the most prolific veins being Chila MiKa, Polychromnaya, Dorozhniy, Amazonitovaya, Fantaziya, Pegmatite-3, and Beryl-7.
From the ex-Soviet "near abroad" country of Tajikistan, specifically from Zelatoya Voda, near Rangkul
, east of Murgab, fine gemmy crystals of heliodor beryl continue to come - see my last Springfield report.