- Adamite (fluorescent)
- Ojuela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico
- Small Cabinet, 7.8 x 7.3 x 3.8 cm
- Ex. Tom Hall
Highly prized, Ojuela Adamites are found in multiple colors. Chisel-point, orthorhombic crystals can remain individual and distinct, or, as is often the case with the yellow Adamites, they form spherical clusters or fantastic, radial pinwheels. This excellent small cab is blessed with numerous pinwheels, classic for the old finds from the early 1980s. Each cluster has excellent luster, a fine yellow color, classic habit, and they average almost 2 cm across. Adamite is also known for it brilliant fluorescence. With such great characteristics and abundant clusters, this aesthetic specimen is choice.