Another uncommon Australian minerals we are proud to present is pucherite, a bismuth vanadite, this is an uncommon secondary mineral occurring as an alteration product of other bismuth minerals. Mustard to yellow colored masses of pucherite m on quartz with possible petalite. This old specimen comes from a one off find of this rare bismuth mineral in the 1970s. Collector quality specimen of this mineral basically have only come from this one location, bar a few micros from Wombat Hole, Vic.
LONDONDERRY QUARRY, LONDONDERRY, W.AUST.
37 x 27 x 22mm.