Small Dogtooth Calcite Crystal on Matrix
Small but well formed, double terminated Dogtooth Calcite from N’chwaning II, Kalahari Manganese Field, Northern Cape, South Africa.
Size: 40mm x 21mm
Weight: 15 grams
Dogtooth spar (an old mining or mineralogy term used to refer to crystals that have readily discernible faces) is a speleothem that consists of very large calcite crystals resembling dogs' teeth. They form through mineral precipitation of water-borne calcite. Dogtooth spar crystals are found in caves, open spaces including veins and fractures, and geodes.
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