Dims: 1.44x0.79x0.78" (3.66x2.01x1.97cm)
Wt: 0.38oz (10.9g)
Zlate Hory, Silesia, Czech Republic
This specimen has numerous tiny clusters of dundasite in the form of gray to white fuzzy clusters of tiny acicular crystals. Some appear as distinct balls, while others are open, revealing their radial growth pattern. They are tiny, and thin enough that the host rock shows through, making the dundasite look darker than it really is. The host rock appears to be granular quartz with limonite, and there is more dundasite growing in the many pores of the rock.