Mt Ida, Montgomery County, Arkansas
Size: 3.4x2.1x1.0 cm


Presenting a captivating cluster of green botryoidal wavellite crystals. While unlabeled, this specimen is unmistakably sourced from the Mauldin Mountain Quarries in Montgomery County, Arkansas. What makes this specimen intriguing is the way the crystals are stacked up upon one another.

One of the most renowned locations for finding wavellite is the Mauldin Mountain Quarries in Montgomery County, Arkansas. Here, wavellite is often found within fractures of aluminum-rich metamorphic rock and phosphate deposits. These geological conditions contribute to the formation of the characteristic botryoidal or spherical clusters for which Arkansas wavellite is known.

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