- Two Islands, Parrsboro, Cumberland Co., Nova Scotia, Canada
- Thumbnail, 2.5 x 1.6 x 1.3 cm
- Ex. Alex Schauss
Exceptional specimen of a very rare species from the zeolite family of minerals, consisting of several intergrown and possibly twinned lustrous light pink dihexagonal bipyramidal crystals (that look double-terminated). these are considered to be a best of species find, for the sharpness and luster, whereas they normally have a matte finish and no sparkle to them. From Raymond McDougall, a Canadian dealer: who related to Alex that this now became the best TN of species to his knowledge, from a special pocket that was collected in February 2018, during a collecting trip for zeolites at this famous locale.