Among those identified are burangaite (second world occurrence), corderoite, fervanite, fluellite, hewettite, heyite, kazakhstanite, mandarinoite, richellite, schubuelite (second world occurrence), sincosite, tinticite (in crystals!) and many others.
Associated crystallized species may include wavellite, hewettite, tyuyamunite, torbernite, leucophosphite, anatase, tinticite, phosphofibrite, blue unknown #1 and strengitevariscite.
Although no large crystals have yet been found, the species is locally quite common at location 1 (5,400 and 5,375 benches), especially in association with blue unknown # 1, fluellite, tinticite, phosphofibrite and variscite.
Abundant associated minerals include fluellite crystals, leucophosphite spherules, tinticite crystals, hewettite needles, spongy tiemannite/corderoite intergrowths, and spherules of strengite/ variscite.
Spherical clusters to 20 microns of colorless, leafy plumbogummite crystals have been identified on specimens of phosphofibrite, tinticite, fluellite, variscite and anatase from location 1 on the 5,400 bench.
Tinticite [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]
Tinticite is an uncommon mineral, first found as a cream-colored pulverulent material in a limestone cave near the Tintic Standard mine, Utah County, Utah.