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PostPosted: Feb 12, 2019 16:19    Post subject: Beryl inclusion  

I picked up a beryl from the new find in Orissa, India. It has a very linear inclusion. I've heard that this can be a hollow tube that filled with debris. Has anyone else seen this in beryl?


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 Mineral: Beryl
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Odisha (Orissa), India
 Dimensions: 2 cm
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Beryl in index matching fluid
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PostPosted: Feb 12, 2019 16:54    Post subject: Re: Beryl inclusion  

Before I might consider the linear inclusion, I would have to be convinced that your 2 cm (less than 1") colorless transparent example is beryl, maybe variety
goshenite (??). BOB
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PostPosted: Feb 12, 2019 20:25    Post subject: Re: Beryl inclusion  

I've seen several beryls from Brazil that had hollow tubes. The tubes ranged in size from fairly slender (like yours) to reaching the exterior of the crystal. I was told that the Brazial ones were due to internal dissolution. Perhaps the same thing is going on in yours.

Here are some of mine: https://www.mindat.org/gallery-25319.html?frm_id=pager&cform_is_valid=1&min=&loc=&u=25319&potd=&pco=&d=&showtype=&photoclass=&phototype=0&checkall=&filtmin=819&filtcountry=0&loctxt=&keywords=&mycol=&orderxby=1&submit_pager=Filter+Search
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PostPosted: Feb 12, 2019 21:25    Post subject: Re: Beryl inclusion  

This is a light yellow heliodor. It blends really well with my index matching oil (vegetable oil). It came out with the new hit of heliodors out of the Orissa area of India. A couple pictures outside the oil are attached.


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 Mineral: Beryl
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 Viewed:  1938 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Feb 12, 2019 21:27    Post subject: Re: Beryl inclusion  

Second pic of the Beryl. I don't know how to attach multiple pics to the same message.


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 Viewed:  1932 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Feb 12, 2019 22:12    Post subject: Re: Beryl inclusion  

So your last 2 photos better show the example as being a pale yellow-green heliodor beryl rather than a colorless goshenite variety. I am now more comfortable, especially as Kevin shows some Brazilian stones with similar inclusions. BOB
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PostPosted: Feb 13, 2019 00:35    Post subject: Re: Beryl inclusion  

A lot of info here: Inclusions of spiral or helical growth and screw dislocations - (0)
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