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PostPosted: May 29, 2018 08:17    Post subject: A Large Stilbite Vug  

Found this Vug near to a quarry in Nasik. It has clumps of Stilbite in the centre bordered by large green cubes of Apophyllites (will post better images next time)

This is close to 6 feet X 4 feet – is it an unusual occurrence for a Stilbite to be so large? Any occurence of similar large Stilbites being found earlier?



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 Mineral: Stilbite
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 Mineral: Stilbite
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