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Calcite Cluster from Utah - Mineral Specimen

Calcite Cluster from Utah - Mineral Specimen

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Calcite Cluster (on both sides) 
From: Utah 
Size: 3.75" x 5.5" 

This beautiful Calcite Cluster has the flowering Calcite on both sides with some contact points on the back and bottom. Fluorescent white. 

About Calcite: Calcite is the most stable polymorph of Calcium Carbonate. Found around the world Calcite is common and can be found in all rock types including Igneous, Metamorphic, and Sedimentary rocks formations. Calcite is found in almost every part of the world and makes up a large part of the earth's cruse, Calcite forms in almost every color of the rainbow depending on other trace elements in the area, and can be fluorescent. 


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