Ojuela! – June 8

This is a gallery of minerals from the Ojuela mine in the Municipio de Mapimí, Durango, Mexico. The Ojuela mine is famous particularly for the world’s largest legrandite crystals and its large, fine purple adamite crystals. It is the type locality for seven species: paradamite, ojuelaite, mapimite, metaköttigite, lotharmeyerite, and miguelromeroite.  This gallery features adamite, arsendescloizite, austinite, cerussite, duftite, galena, hydrozincite, legrandite, lotharmeyerite, mimetite, mottramite, ojuelaite, paradamite, parasymplesite, rosasite, scorodite, and silver.

This gallery contains 20 specimens.