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Liddicoatite Tourmaline.  Locality	Alakamisy, north of Antsirabé, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar

slice of a transparent Liddicoatite Tourmaline crystal showing colorful internal zoning. The outer rind is green with pink middle and triangular purple-gray patterns in the center. Locality Alakamisy, north of Antsirabé, Antananarivo Province, Madagascar

Tourmaline

Liddicoatite Tourmaline cross section from Alakamisy-Iteny, Fianarantsoa Province, Madagascar. Photo by Jeff Scovil.

liddicoatite tourmaline, madagascar

Polished Slice Blue Liddicoatite Tourmaline with triangles, from Madagascar

LGF Foundations Tourmaline var. Liddicoatite- Sosedka pegmatite vein, Malkhan pegmatite field, Krasnyi Chikoy, Chitinskaya Oblast', Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia 4.6 cm across

LGF Foundations Tourmaline var. Liddicoatite- Sosedka pegmatite vein, Malkhan pegmatite field, Krasnyi Chikoy, Chitinskaya Oblast', Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia 4.6 cm across

Liddicoatite tourmaline from Nigeria

Ruby Gemstones Liddicoatite Tourmaline, Nigeria - This brings to mind what a dragon's eye might look like.

Watermelon tourmaline. Tourmaline is a crystal boron silicate mineral compounded with elements such as aluminium, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, or potassium. Tourmaline is classified as a semi-precious stone and the gemstone comes in a wide variety of colors. The name comes from the Sinhalese word "Thuramali" or "Thoramalli", derived from different gemstones found in Sri Lanka. [Wikipedia]

2.8" 369ct WATERMELON TOURMALINE Polished Green & Red Gem Slice -Brazil

Liddicoatite slice

Triangle Growth Pattern on a Liddicoatite Tourmaline Crystal (from Madagascar)

Tourmaline by jenifer

Zero State Reflex - Slice of Tourmaline (Liddicoatite)

Geodo de Quartzo rosa

Rose Quartz Geode - Druzy Cabochon What is Druzy? Druzy crystals take hundreds or even thousands of years to form. They form as molten rock begins to cool with trapped gases inside. The gases cause gaps in the rock. As groudwater flows through these gap

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