WARDITE – Canada – GFS0234
Rapid Creek, Dawson mining district, Yukon, Canada
3,3×2,3×2,3 cm. (main Wardite 1,5×1,3 cm.)
A classic specimen coming from this well-known locality, famous for producing among the most beautiful phosphates in the world such as Lazulite. This miniature is composed by intergrown, bipyramidal (pseudo-octahedral), well formed Wardite crystals with white to yellowish color; as extra bonus the Wardite is partially covered by tiny and luster Eosphorite (Childrenite ?) crystals.