fluorescent AGRELLITE, PECTOLITE - type locality - Kipawa, Quebec, Canada
Pink SW LW fluorescing Agrellite, pale-blue colored Pectolite, dark green amphibole, magenta Eudialyte, dark red SW and pale-white LW fluorescing Albite and green SW thorium-activated fluorescence.
Momentary yellow phosphorescent flash on Agrellite - move the lamp away quickly to observe, works with both SW and LW UV.
Agrellite is an uncommon mineral, it has been reported from less than 10 localities worldwide
ex Grace and Kennard Borden, #876,
ex Eric Meier "Broken Back Minerals"
from Kipawa alkaline complex, Les Lacs-du-Temiscamingue, Temiscamingue RCM, Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Quebec, Canada – type locality of Agrellite
Measures approximately 3.5 x 3.5 x 1 inch, 14.77 oz / 89 x 89 x 25 mm, 419g
Price: 250.00 USD
Item # A1080314
To show the fluorescent response the specimen was illuminated using 6 watt 254nm (Short Wave) / 366nm (Long Wave) UVGL-58 lamp (you need a proper UV light source to observe the fluorescence, more powerful lamp = brighter response).