• Scorodite
  • Scorodite


ID: CC2283

A specimen depicting a sparkling intergrown groups of very well formed crystals of Scorodite from the well known Clara Mine, Germany. The lustrous crystals of Scorodite are a pleasing translucent to gemmy, with a green to green-blue colouration depending on which light source the specimen is viewed under. A white typical Baryte matrix is the host for the Scorodite, with a thin vinear of red-brown Goethite on the Baryte. A neat specimen from the Mine.


3.0 × 2.4 × 1.2 cm
Clara Mine, Oberwolfach, Black Forest, Germany, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen

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