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Epidote is one of the most outstanding display minerals. The finest and most desirable form of this mineral is in delicate elongated crystals that are extremely lustrous and often interconnected. This form is highly treasured by collectors and creates one of the finest mineral showpieces. The color of Epidote is almost invariably green, in all different shades and tones, with a pistachio color habit being very typical.
Epidote forms a group of related minerals, with the mineral Epidote being the most prominent member of the group. Two uncommon members of the Epidote group are Epidote-) (which is more popularly known as Hancockite), and Epidote-(. Though often regarded as varieties of Epidote, these two forms are classified by the IMA as individual mineral species.
Verging on museum quality upper anterior Megalodon tooth. AnterI or teeth are often sought-after. Enamel is smooth and even on the blade. Well-defined bourrelet extending width of tooth. Root is mostly smooth with only minor irregularities. Serratio
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