• Langite
  • Langite
  • Langite


ID: CC5561

A rarity type location specimen of druse Langite from Fowey Consols, Tywardreath. Bright blue to blue-green micro-crystals of Langite form a crystallized crust on a light coloured matrix. Langite was originally described from the 'mine' in 1864 by Mervyn Herbert Nevil Story-Maskelyne.

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3.2 × 3.0 × 1.2 cm
Fowey Consols, Tywardreath, Cornwall, England, Europe

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