Bumble Bee Jasper rough slab, 40 x 42 x 5 mm, natural, scarce (rs10189)
Bumble Bee rough slab
Origin: Mount Papandayan, Indonesia, volcano near Garut, West Java, Indonesia
Characteristics: A young material that was still forming, it may have small pits and separations where 2 minerals meet (pictures will show these if any). Once mined for it's sulfur content. Cut out cabs or keep as a specimen. This material is no longer mined.
Approx size: irregular 40 x 42 x 5 mm, Weight: 21.7 grams
Many of the minerals found around the vents are sulfates. The most abundant minerals are sulfur, hematite, halite, sylvite, gypsum, raistonite, anhydrite, thenardite, tangbenite and opaline silica, orpiment and realgar. Bumble Bee Jasper is probably a makeup of all the minerals listed above and maybe more.
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