Fluorite - New Mexico

Fluorite from New Mexico
Fluorite - New Mexico
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Fluorite crystal from Socorro County, New Mexico, USA. Specimens exhibit a vitreous lustre with cubic crystal habit and a pale green colour. Fluorite's use as an index mineral in Moh's hardness scale make these samples are ideal for both collectors and novices alike.


Fluorite specimens (sometimes called fluorspar) originating from Socorro County, New Mexico, USA. This mineral originates primarily from hydro-thermal deposits and contributes to the composition of a number of rocks including granite. Fluorite is a widely accessible mineral, which is used in toothpastes - but is also used as an index mineral within the Moh's hardness scale. These specimens, from the Blanchard mine group, are 25 mm in length and comes supplied in a card tray with text typed on the back.

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