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Lueshite is an orthorhombic sodium niobate, originally described by Safiannikoff (1959). The mineral name denotes follows from the name of the type locality. The mineral forms pseudocubic crystals in a vermiculite matrix, which is only loosely attached to the crystals. This is an earthy, black 6 mm pseudocube of the mineral.

Price: $40

Item code: MS1280

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