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Mixed Minerals

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Locality: 
Somma-Vesuvius, Naples Province, Campania, Italy
Class: 
Crystals on Matrix
Size Range: 
Thumbnail (1-3cm)
Size: 
2.5 × 2.5 × 2.5 cm
Weight: 
350.00gr
Description

This group includes 56 samples, broken down by matrix:
23 samples are as many species can be found in sanidiniti. They are considered as semi-intrusive rocks, consisting almost exclusively of sanidino, in the interstices of crystalline sanidine crystallize the accessory minerals, some very rare as those of "rare earths".
1. Baddeleyite: green elongated crystals, streaked vertically, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
2. "Davyne" TL: white barrel white crystals, vertically streaked, with brown crystals of vesuvianites, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
3. Fluorite: Ottahedron is incoherent and transparent, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
4. Garnet: brown-rombododecaedric brown crystals, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
5. "Guarinite" TL: yellow tabular packets, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
6. Hauyne: rare, blue granules, Cava Vitiello, Terzigno, Naples, Campania, Italy;
7. "Horneblende": elongated black crystals, vertically stripped, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
8. Hydroxybritholite-Ce: rare, prismatic hexagonal crystal green, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
9. Marialite: rare, parallel association of white silky crystals, Cava Le Novelle, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
10. Magnetite: metallic crystals with "facade" faces, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
11. "Mica": Packages of hexagonal, black, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
12. Nepheline TL: Transparent hexagonal prisms, colorless, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
13. Pyrocloro: yellow octahedral, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
14. Pyrocloro: red ottahedras, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
15. Sanidine: transparent and colorless tabular crystals, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
16. Sodalite: transparent and colorless rombododecaedric crystals, Cava Vitiello, Terzigno, Naples, Campania, Italy;
17. Sodalite: transparent and colorless elongated crystals, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
18. Thorianite: extremely rare, personal find, cubic crystal, metallic, Cava Vitiello, Terzigno, Naples, Campania, Italy;
19. thorite. Very rare, green octahedron in epithel on blue zircon, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
20. Titanite: spearheaded orange crystals, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
21. Uraninite: extremely rare, personal discovery, small cubic crystals, dark, metallic and brilliant, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
22. Vesuvianite TL: Prismatic brown crystals, Cava Vitiello, Terzigno, Naples, Campania, Italy;
23. Zircon: blue octahedral crystal, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
7 rare examples of sanitidine minerals of the volcanic complex of the Phlegrean Fields:
1. Baddeleyite: small dark tablets, Torregaveta, Mount of Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;
2. Magnetite: metallic ottahedron, Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;
3. Marialite: white stretched crystals, vertically stripped, Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;
4. Titanite: orange crystals, ex coll. Panunzi, Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;
5. "Mica": package of black hexagonal contour glass, brass in the center, Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;
6. Zircon: extended pink prism crystal, ex coll. Panunzi, Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;
7. Zirconolite: rare, dark red crystals, elongated, ex coll. Panunzi, Procida, Naples, Campania, Italy;

26 samples are as many species can be found in sacharoid marble. This matrix is ​​considered to be typical of the most metamorphisms in Somma-Vesuvius. It is defined as "saccaroid marble" because it consists of limestone white with the typical granularity of the sugar. Also, hit, emanates odor. Even in this type of projector, very rare species can be found.
1. "Actinolite": rare, white crystalline beams in the limestone mass, San Sebastian Valley, San Sebastian at Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
2. "Apatite": elongated, colorless and transparent crystals, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
3. Calcite: white leafy crystals, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
4. Cerussite: rare, crystalline alteration on galena, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
5. "Chondrodite": colorless and transparent complex crystals, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
6. "Chondrodite": yellow, transparent crystals, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
7. Diopside: analyzed, white elongated crystals, vertically streaked, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
8. Dolomite: silky crystals, white, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania

9. Ferrisepiolite: rare, analyzed, personal finding, small yellow crystals, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
10. Galen: rare, cubic crystal, metallic, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
11. Geikielite: hexagonal dark tablets, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
12. Graphite: rare, black lump on dolomite, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
13. Hydromagnesite: semisphere of white crystals, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
14. Lapis Lazuli: blue veins, ex coll. Panunzi, Somma-Vesuvius, Naples, Campania, Italy;
15. Malachite: rare, green alteration on galena, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
16. "Mica": package of hexagonal, colorless, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
17. Molybdenite: rare, light metallic scales, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
18. Norbergite: complex light crystals, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
19. Periclase: green granules or ottahedras in the mass, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
20. Pirrotin: Tabular crystal with hexagonal, metallic, dark, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
21. Potassium-fluorine-richterite: rare, beads of green crystals in the mass, Lagno Amendolare, Sant'Anastasia, Naples, Campania, Italy;
22. Sfalerite: tetragonal crystal, red-orange, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
23. Pink spinel: pink complex crystals, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
24. Red spinel: complex crystal, red, San Vito, Herculaneum, Naples, Campania, Italy;
25. Tremolite: groups of soft crystals, sericei, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy;
26. Wulfenite: rare, yellow bipiramids, ex coll. Chiappino, San Vito, Ercolano, Naples, Campania, Italy.

 

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