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thulite

[′thü‚līt]
(mineralogy)
A pink, rose-red, or purplish-red variety of epidote that contains manganese; used as an ornamental stone.
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Late-stage minerals and alteration products include: heulandite, analcime, aragonite, azurite (rare), bismoclite(?), bismutite, chabazite, chrysocolla, cuprite, goethite, gypsum, huntite, malachite, molybdite, nontronite, stilbite and thulite.
In addition, the skarns contain sporadic, irregular patches and veinlets of pink zoisite (thulite), epidote, wollastonite, magnetite, dark green chlorite, and serpentine.