Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina
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Hematite pseudo. Magnetite from Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina

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A superb specimen of a totally unique mineralogical discovery made a number of years ago at an Andean volcano near the Argentina/Chile frontier,a most desolate location looking more like the surface of Mars.
Dimensions: 9.3 x 4.3 x 2.9 cm
Species: Hematite pseudo. Magnetite
Locality: Payun Volcano, Malargue Dept., Mendoza Province, Argentina