Several large, skeletal plumbogummite after pyromorphite crystals are clustered on a couple of fragments of ocherous limonite from the now famous Yangshuo mine in China - a small mine now noted for these fantastic pseudomorphs. These fat, hoppered pseudos are up to 2.8 cm in length and 1.5 cm in width and are sky-blue plumbogummite on the exterior and yellow-green pyromorphite at the interior. At what would be displayed as the specimen's base, are remnants of the original green pyromorphite as well as near the termination of a few smaller, incomplete crystals. An excellent example of these unusual pseudomorphs. In very good condition with contacting at the base and bottom of the piece.