A very colorful group of fluorite cubes completely covering a matrix. Of course this fluorite exhibits a very lively purplish fluorescence under both longwave and shortwave UV light. It also exhibits a property called daylight fluorescence, where the edges of the cubes acquire a blue tint in the presence of normal daylight - this happens even in the shade, as seen in the photos below. Some photo's taken with UV light present. Crystals are very gemmy.Specimen come's from new Diana Maria Mine. Heavy Metal Pocket! Exceptional luster!
- Mineral principal / Nombre del meteorito
- ULTRAVIOLETA activa NUEVA ENCUENTRA FLUORITO brillante superior con GALENA "Heavy Metal Pocket"
- Forma mineral / Tipos de meteoritos
- Agregado cristalino
- 7.5×4.5×3.5 cm
- 131 g
- Origen (región / ciudad)
- Mina Diana Maria, West Rogerley Quarry, Weardale
- Origen (país)
- Reino Unido