Dims:1.5x1.2x1.0" (3.8x3.0x2.5 cm)
Wt: 1.1oz. (30g)w/base
Mt. St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada
This specimen consists of several sheath-like bundles of rhabdophane crystals growing on and through large, well-formed analcime crystals. There is also a good crystal of serandite present on this specimen, as well as a tiny amount of an unidentified powdery-white mineral. The hexagonal form of this mineral cannot be ascertained from merely observing this specimen, however, this is an excellent example of this species. There is no damage to this specimen. It is firmly glued to a clear acrylic base.