Camp Verde, Arizona
Size: 3.7x2.4x3.3 cm


Named after the renowned chemist Johann Rudolf Glauber, glauberite is a sulfate mineral known for forming elongated crystals or fibrous masses within sedimentary deposits, particularly in arid climates like Camp Verde, which boasts significant deposits of glauberite pseudomorphs. This colourless floater features calcite crystals replacing earlier glauberite crystals, meticulously retaining their sharp shapes. Fully crystallized on all sides, these specimens provide a captivating glimpse into the dynamic processes of mineral replacement, making them prized additions to any pseudomorph collection.


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