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2" Erythrite Pink Cobalt Crystal Mineral Specimen Atlas Mountains, Morocco


Location: Bou Azzer, Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Weight: 0.8 Ounces 

Dimensions: 2 Inches Long, 0.9 Inches Wide, 0.7 Inches Think

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Erythrite, commonly known as Red Cobalt or Cobalt Bloom, is an arsenate-hydrated cobalt mineral that typically forms crusts, aggregates, and thin prismatic crystals. It is a member of the Vivianite group and typically occurs alongside other Cobalt varieties. Moreover, it can form alongside natural Silver deposits. It is primarily known for its crimson hue, though it can also be present in other colorations.s purple, pink, peach, and grey. Lighter color Erythrite usually indicates higher levels of Nickel. This mineral was first discovered in Saxton, Germany in 1832 by François Sulpice Beaudant. He chose to name it after the Greek word “Erythros”, meaning “red”, which was the color of the first specimen he discovered


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