For sale is a rich specimen of dypingite , heazlewoodite and zaratite, all sitting on waxy serpentine from the type location of heazlewoodite, Lord Brassey mibne, Heazlewood, Tas. The balls of dypingite, actually range in color from creamy thru white to pale green, I think this pale green color is quite uncommon. The associated zaratite is also ranging from vivid bright green to a light lime green color, it has been suggested that this variation in zaratite color is actually two different phases of this mineral. The heazlewoodite while not abundent is quite evident. Collected by and from the collection of Mathew Lathem. All three of these minerals could be considered quite rare, all having been found at very few location here, or anywhere.
LORD BRASSEY MINE, HEAZLEWOOD, TAS.
65 x 40 x 15mm.