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Sandy Selenite, Desert Rose

Identifier:
1991.2.14.29
Description:
This is s type of gypsum crystal that formed in desert conditions, trapping sand inside the crystals as they formed. They are common in Texas, Oklahoma, and the Sahara Desert.
Current Location Status:
On Exhibit
Source:
In Memory Of Les Jones
Rights:

Exhibit/Program
R is for Rocks and Minerals ()
Maker/Donor
Berdeana Jones
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