Stilpnomelane in North Wales

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THE occurrence of stilpnomelane in Great Britain was first recorded by Hallimond1. He described the mineral from the Pen-y-rallt mine in Merionethshire, where it occurs in a pisolitic ironstone bed at the contact with “a mass of igneous rock”. The mineral occurs in association with chalybite in roughly parallel asbestiform veins up to one inch wide.

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BLOXAM, T., PRICE, N. Stilpnomelane in North Wales. Nature 190, 525–526 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/190525a0

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