augelite


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augelite

[′ȯj·ə‚līt]
(mineralogy)
Natural, basic aluminum phosphate.
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To top it off, the Tysons offered a handful of fine thumbnail wardite specimens, with sharp, lustrous, pale blue-green pseudo-octahedral wardite crystals to 1.5 cm associated with white microcrystals of goyazite; and they offered a few exceptional clusters of glassy pale green augelite crystals, and sprays of dark blue-green acicular gormanite as well.
Augelite was found by Bandy (1944) as small tabular crystals in the Bismarck vein.
Tyson's Minerals also had a new lot (collected in August) of excellent augelite specimens from the Big Fish/Rapid Creek, Yukon phosphate area (see the Yukon Phosphates Issue, vol.
See Kentiyok Itos Acanthite, arsenopyrite, augelite, andorite, cassiterite, chalcostibite, dolomite, franckeite, freibergite, heteromorphite, jamesonite, kaolinite, metastibnite, miargyrite, natroalunite, pyrite, sakharovite, silver, stannite, stibnite, tetrahedrite, zinkenite Jachahuance Quartz Cuclio Japo Same as Negro Pabellon Jocullani Sphalerite Juliana (also Ankerite, hydrotungstite, called Fenix) scheelite, tungstite.
And there was augelite in 1.5-cm translucent greenish white crystals with pyrite and brown lenticular siderite on matrix (all sizes these).
Augelite occurs very rarely as thin veinlets in frondelite, sometimes in association with vivianite.
Augelite (?) in pale blue to green crystals about 1 cm in size has been found in Peru, although there is some doubt as to the authenticity of Pasto Bueno as the specific locality.
The first was a tungsten stage, consisting of pyrite, wolframite and quartz with trace amounts of sericite and augelite. The second stage was the base-metal phase, consisting of pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite, galena and barite.