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PostPosted: Jun 11, 2018 01:50    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Coscuez (#697)  

Two generations of calcite, striated tabular form (common) and clear prismatic form (not so common)


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
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PostPosted: Jun 16, 2018 10:24    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#692)  

Group of beryl crystals in a calcite matrix.
Though smaller than the Muzo ones, the Chivor stones often exhibit more sparkle.



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 37x30x32mm, largest xl=10mm
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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
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PostPosted: Jun 29, 2018 11:47    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#702)  

Light-green beryl crystals on a marble-like calcite matrix mixed with patches of black shale.


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 89x138x35mm, 15+ xls up to 10mm
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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
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PostPosted: Jul 06, 2018 05:18    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Cunas (#699)  

From Cunas,
Well crystallized dolomite, calcite, clear quartz.



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite, Quartz
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 42x24x23mm, xls=8mm
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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite, Quartz
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 42x24x23mm, xls=8mm
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PostPosted: Jul 09, 2018 13:03    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#698)  

Host rock is black shale.


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 39x36x18mm, xl=7mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  3378 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 39x36x18mm, xl=7mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  3373 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
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PostPosted: Jul 13, 2018 08:10    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Coscuez (#694)  

Coscuez specimen with ~15 thin elongated beryl crystals on a calcite + dolomite matrix.


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 51x39x33mm, xls up to 12mm
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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 51x39x33mm, xls up to 12mm
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PostPosted: Jul 13, 2018 09:07    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

I like this last specimen!
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PostPosted: Jul 13, 2018 17:23    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

Pierre Joubert wrote:
I like this last specimen!

I'm glad you like it Pierre!
Coscuez has a wide variety of crystal forms - elongated prisms are certainly not the most common form.
Gérard
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PostPosted: Jul 17, 2018 06:08    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#370)  

Laminar albite, pyrite, dolomite, on black shale.


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Albite (variety cleavelandite), Dolomite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 40x43x34mm, xl=15mm
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PostPosted: Jul 22, 2018 08:53    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#704)  

Translucent crystal from Palo Arañado.
Weathered pyrite and calcite on black shale.



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Palo Arañado Mine, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 51x49x46mm, main xl=20mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2931 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Palo Arañado Mine, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
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PostPosted: Jul 29, 2018 15:48    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#686)  

Elongated crystal from Chivor with a complex termination.

Crystal has an unusual hollow cavity down through the upper quarter (5mm).
The void inside the crystal looks like a real crystal - so this is clearly a negative crystal.

The cause of this negative-crystal cavity (crystal-shaped hollow cavity) is unclear to me.
Schmetzer & al. (2011), Chemical and growth zoning in trapiche tourmaline from Zambia – a re-evaluation, JoG, Vol 32, No.5-8
suggest 2 possibilities
1) Trapping of a solid inclusion and subsequent blocking of crystal growth with the formation of a growth induced, elongated void in the direction of crystal growth (arrow) subsequent to trapping of the small mineral grain
2) Trapping of a solid inclusion, movement of the trapped small mineral grain in the direction of the arrow and of the growing crystal face and formation of a growth induced, elongated void in the wake of the moving mineral grain, a mechanism repeated in several steps

Are any of you aware of any other possible explanation?



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald)
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, El Oriente Mine, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20mm
 Description:
Photo taken in daylight conditions
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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald)
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, El Oriente Mine, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2768 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald)
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, El Oriente Mine, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2770 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald)
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, El Oriente Mine, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20mm
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PostPosted: Jul 29, 2018 23:59    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

Hi Fiebre Verde,
You said “The cause of this crystal-shaped hollow cavity is unclear to me.”

I think it would be a fluid inclusion, a liquid with maybe even a third gaseous phase (CO2 ?), which has locally prohibited growth (in hydrothermal conditions).
Under these conditions, the crystal grows by forming faces whose indices are consistent with inverted growth.
Subsequently, fluid inclusion escaped.
A solid inclusion would give foreign faces to beryl and would have dropped impurities, I believe.
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PostPosted: Jul 30, 2018 07:34    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

Roger Warin wrote:
Hi Fiebre Verde,
You said “The cause of this crystal-shaped hollow cavity is unclear to me.”

I think it would be a fluid inclusion, a liquid with maybe even a third gaseous phase (CO2 ?), which has locally prohibited growth (in hydrothermal conditions).
Under these conditions, the crystal grows by forming faces whose indices are consistent with inverted growth.
Subsequently, fluid inclusion escaped.
A solid inclusion would give foreign faces to beryl and would have dropped impurities, I believe.

Hello Roger
I overlooked the geometry aspect of the cavity - faces and overall shape.
I didn't consider the possibility of a trapped fluid inclusion - even less gas inclusion - for being the root cause of the cavity.
Need to become more acquainted with the basic concepts in the physics of crystal growth and the properties of crystal surfaces!
Thanks for your insights Roger.
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PostPosted: Jul 30, 2018 08:50    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

OK, thank you Gerard.
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PostPosted: Jul 30, 2018 22:46    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

Hi Gérard,
Summer nights may be good for insomnia.
Why not think about minerals?
I compared the presence of a cavity in your emerald to the texture of the beryl variety heliodor of Ukraine.
These negative facets are not growth figures, but on the contrary they result from an inverse process, namely dissolution in a hydrothermal medium at the end of growth.
The kinetics of this dissolution depends on the population density of the reticular planes.
These figures are not in relief, but in negative, as in an intaglio. These are hoppers (stairs cavities).



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 Mineral: Beryl, var. Heliodor
 Locality:
Wolodarsk-Wolynskii, Zhytomyr Oblast', Ukraine
 Description:
Dissolution cavities
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PostPosted: Jul 31, 2018 07:52    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde  

Roger Warin wrote:
Hi Gérard,
Summer nights may be good for insomnia.
Why not think about minerals?
I compared the presence of a cavity in your emerald to the texture of the beryl variety heliodor of Ukraine.
These negative facets are not growth figures, but on the contrary they result from an inverse process, namely dissolution in a hydrothermal medium at the end of growth.
The kinetics of this dissolution depends on the population density of the reticular planes.
These figures are not in relief, but in negative, as in an intaglio. These are hoppers (stairs cavities).

Hello Roger,

Thank you for posting this superb example of post-crystallization dissolution!

I know that the quality of the images I posted is not optimal but they all show strong linear features in the c-axis direction in relation with the cavity faces.
Am afraid I don’t have the proper equipment to take close up pictures of these features but I will give it another try.

From what I understand, it’s not always possible to positively attribute patterns and figures to dissolution kinetics or growth kinetics – even less when it’s the result of a combination of both processes. Quite a fascinating topic!

Gérard
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PostPosted: Aug 01, 2018 16:40    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Cunas (#695)  

Beryl prism solidly attached to a calcite crystal.
Dissolution patterns can be seen on all faces.



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 33x26x18mm (calcite xl), xls=8.5 & 4mm
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The base of the beryl crystal can be seen through the calcite.
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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 33x26x18mm (calcite xl), xls=8.5 & 4mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2534 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 33x26x18mm (calcite xl), xls=8.5 & 4mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2533 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 33x26x18mm (calcite xl), xls=8.5 & 4mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2539 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 33x26x18mm (calcite xl), xls=8.5 & 4mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2532 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Cunas Mine, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 33x26x18mm (calcite xl), xls=8.5 & 4mm
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PostPosted: Aug 19, 2018 16:11    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Coscuez (#708)  

Lustrous dolomite, calcite, pyrite, on black shale.


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 46x68x26mm, xl=11mm
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 Viewed:  2281 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 46x68x26mm, xl=11mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2276 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Dolomite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 46x68x26mm, xl=11mm
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PostPosted: Aug 25, 2018 14:18    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Chivor (#706)  

Semi-transparent double terminated crystal which exhibits many internal cracks and fractures.


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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20x20x13mm, xl=20mm
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PostPosted: Sep 02, 2018 15:17    Post subject: Re: Collection of Fiebre Verde - Coscuez (#654)  

Aggregate of double terminated crystals.
The white calcite, the clear quartz, the small pyrite nodules, and the crumbly grey shale are all in the back of the aggregate (not seen in the photo).



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite, Quartz, Pyrite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 39x17x22mm
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