Scolecite and Calcite Specimen Hedgehog Carving
Scolecite is a white or colorless mineral that is found in crystalline form. It is named after the Greek word "scolex," meaning "worm," because its long, thin crystals curl when heated. Calcite is a white or colorless mineral that is found in sedimentary rocks. It is named after the Latin word "calx," meaning "lime," because it was once used to produce lime. This crystal specimen has been carved to resemble an adorable hedgehog.
L: 1.75" x W: 2.40" x H: 1.50"
0.25 lbs (113g)
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