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Yellow green crystals of uroxite with steeply sloping terminations and rectangular cross section. Uroxite is the first reported uranyl oxalate mineral, where the source of oxalate likely originates from metabolism or decay of organic matter. Collected by myself and Tim Rose, 2018. Horizontal field of view is 1.7 mm; Locality: Burro Mine, Slick Rock District, San Miguel Co., Colorado, USA; Fov: 1.7 mm;


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Uroxite - Bildertabelle Mineral

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