Minerals

Actinolite

Adamite

Agate

Alunite

Ammolite

Ammonite

Andersonite

Anglesite

Apache Tears

Apatite

Aquamarine

Aragonite

Argentojarosite

Aurichalcite

Austinite

Autunite

Azurite

Barahonaite

Barite

Beaverite

Bertrandite

Beryl (red, green, blue)

Beryllium

Bixbyite

Blatonite

Braitschite

Brochantite

Brookite

Calcite

Carnotite

Cassiterite

Celestine

Chalcedony

Chalcopyrite

Chert

Chromite

Chrysocolla

Cinnabar

Clinoclase

Coal

Conichalcite

Copper

Coquimbite

Coral

Cornwallite

Crandallite

Cristobalite

Cuprite

Deltaite

Devil’s Toenails

Durangite

Englishite

Erinite

Feldspar

Fluorapatite

Fluorite

Fossils (belemnite, brachiopods, cephalopods, clams, crinoids, echinoderms, oysters, scallops, snails, trilobites, etc.)

Galena

Garnet

Geode

Goethite

Gold

Granite

Gypsum

Halotrichite

Haynesite

Hematite

Hemimorphite

Heulandite

Holfertite

Hyalite

Ilsemannite

Iron

Jarosite

Jasper

Jordisite

Kalinite

Kinoite

Kyanite

Lasalite

Libethenite

Limonite

Magnetite

Malachite

Marble

Metavariscite

Meteor

Mica

Microcline

Millisite

Mimetite

Mixite

Molybdenite

Montgomeryite

Moqui Pipes/Marbles

Obsidian

Olivenite

Onyx

Oolitic Sand

Opal

Pascoite

Petrified Dinosaur Bone

Petrified Wood

Phurcalite

Powellite

Psuedobrookite

Pyrite

Quartz (amethyst, citrine, clear, milky, rose, smokey)

Rhodochrosite

Rhyolite

Sandstone

Selenite

Septarian

Silver

Smithsonite

Sphalerite

Stibnite

Stringhamite

Sulfur

Sunstone (yellow labradorite)

Tenorite

Tetrahedrite

Thaumasite

Tiemannite

Tiffany Stone

Topaz

Travertine

Tridymite

Turquoise

Tyrolite

Uranopilite

Vanadium

Variscite

Vivianite

Wardite

Whelanite

Willemite

Wonderstone

Wulfenite

Wurtzite

Zeolite

Zincite

Zinkenite

4 thoughts on “Minerals”

  1. Great page! Did a bit of rockhounding last summer, and I think the bug bit me. Trying to research for possible outings this spring/summer.

    1. Hi Wayne! Yes, ideally once this page is fully built out I’d like to have a short profile for each mineral including photos, formations, chemical make-up, common general localities where it is found, etc. It is still very much a work in progress, but that is definitely the end goal 🙂

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