This is a group of of radiating small natrolite crystals on pale pink chabazite. Collected in 2015, these natrolites are an uncommon type for the Bay of Fundy. In good condition overall – an area of missing crystal tips in one spot (to the left of centre in the first photo). With close inspection you can make out hundreds of tiny sparkling crystal terminations. A nice specimen.
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