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Minerals (Count: 574)

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Fundort: Kamchatka, Sibirien, Russland

Copyright: Dieter Nickolay
Contribution: Collector 2006-07-20
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Perfect quality and so aesthetic, amethyst geode, that nested inside of large agate lense. From the outside, agate, covered by crust of yellowish calcite. Old specimen, from Cape Tewi, Northern Kam...

Collection: pegmatite
Copyright: pegmatite
Contribution: pegmatite 2016-08-30
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Rocks (Count: 35)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature


  • Rudashevsky, N.S. and Zhdanov, V.V. (1983) Accessory platinum mineralization of a mafic-ultramafic intrusion in Kamchatka. Bull. Moscow Obshchest. Ispyt. Prirody, Otd. Geol.: 58: 49-59.
  • Liessmann, W. (1995). Epithermale Goldlagerstätten und aktiver Vulkanismus in Kamtschatka/Rußland. Aufschluss, Jg.46, H.4, S.163-80.
  • Serafimova, E.K. (1997) Fluorides deposited during post-eruptive activities on Kamchatka volcanoes. Volcanol. Seismol.: 18: 571-614.
  • Anthony, J.W. et al. (1997): Handbook of Mineralogy, Vol.3, 32.
  • Pawellek, T. (2012). Kamtschatka: Das größte und aktivste Vulkangebiet Eurasiens. Aufschluss, Jg.63, H.5, S.279-94.
  • Unbek. (2012): Vulkanismus am Beispiel von Kamschatka. Min.-Welt, Jg.23, H.6, S.121.