A showy specimen of Fluorescent Wulfenite. Thin tabular Wulfenite crystals paired with balls of Mimetite. An oldie but a very goodie, from a classic locality for this mineral. Brightly coloured with good coverage over the matrix. This is a specimen is from the private collection. Treat yourself or someone else deserving of such goodies. This is a fragile mineral and will be hard to ship but we will package with utmost care. The Mimetite is yellow on top and bright orange underneath. Matrix on this specimen is special as it is Short Wave UVC Fluorescent and Phosphorescent for several seconds. Fluorescence under matrix is shown with the intense bright green pic. The dim green pic is showing phosphorescence. All round a stunning little fluorescent specimen.
Rowley Mine, Arizona.
4.6cm x 3.1cm x 1.5cm, 23g.
A secondary mineral typically thin tabular, dog tooth and other crystal forms. Bright orange red, yellow orange, yellow or yellowish grey colour. Located in oxidised zones of hydrothermal lead deposits.
A secondary mineral found in the oxidized zones of lead deposits. Hexagonal prism crystals, often plain. Colours of pale yellow, yellow brown, orange yellow, orange red, brownish, greenish, white and colorless.