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Spodumene Crystals

Spodumene laths at the Harding mine near Dixon, New Mexico, ca 1950
Spodumene laths at the Harding mine near Dixon, New Mexico
Image taken: circa 1950
by: R. H. Jahns
© New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Historic Photograph Archives
Courtesy of Frances Jahns in memory of Dr. Richard H. Jahns

Longitude: -105.794461
Latitude: 36.192802
  (WGS 84 or NAD 83)

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The Harding Pegmatite Mine near Dixon, NM is owned by the University of New Mexico. Permission to visit and collect samples from the mine is required. The pegmatite contains a number of lithium bearing minerals including spodumene and lepidolite.

Image posted: 02-15-2021

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