Xianghuapu Mine (Maiwan Mine)


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China / Hunan, Provinz / Chenzhou, Präfektur / Linwu, Kreis / Xianghualing Sn-Erzfeld / Xianghuapu Mine (Maiwan Mine)

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Pb-Zn-Fluorit-Baryt-Mineralisation. Granit in devonischem Kalkstein/Marmor.

Sammlermineralien: Excellenter grüner Fluorit, Calcit.

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⚒ Xianghuapu, Xianghualing Sn-Erzfeld, Linwu, Chenzhou, Präfektur, Hunan, CN
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Minerals (Count: 38)

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Größe: 7,4 x 5,7 x 5,2 cm; Fundort: Xianghuapu Mine, Linwu Co., Chenzhou, Hunan, China

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: Hg 2008-04-23
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Größe: 10 x 7 x 4 cm; Fundort: Xianghuapu Mine, Linwu Co., Chenzhou, Provinz Hunan, China

Copyright: Chinesemineral.cn
Contribution: slugslayer 2009-09-08
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Fluorit, Ferberit, Muskovit, Quarz
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Fluorit, Ferberit, Muskovit, Quarz

Fluorit, Ferberit, Muskovit, Quarz, 3,5 x 1,7 x 2,3 cm, Xianghuapu, Hunan, China.

Collection: Frank Haas (si-sucher)
Copyright: kraukl
Contribution: si-sucher 2011-04-30
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Rocks (Count: 3)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature


  • Li, Y. (1990): Be-bearing perthitic rock: its alteration attribution and significance in ore exploration. Geol. Prosp. 26(6), 29-35.
  • Shen, G. (1994): Study of greisen-pegmatite in the Xianghuapu district, Hunan. Geol. Rev. 40, H.4, S.296-306.
  • Ottens, B. (2005). Chinesisches Tagebuch (I). Lapis, Jg.30, Nr.5, S.20-22.
  • Jensen, M. (2005). Fluorite from the Xianghualing Polymetallic Ore Field, Hunan Province, China. Rocks & Min., Vol.80, H.1, S.32-38.
  • Lapis Red. (2005). Titelfoto: Maiwang Mine, Linwu, Hunan, China.
  • Ottens, B. (2005). Nach Blumen gut duftender Markt Xianghuapu - Grüner Fluorit der Superlative. Lapis, Jg.30, Nr.6, S.24-26+39-43.
  • Ottens, B. (2005). Chinese Fluorite. Min. Rec., Vol.36, H.1, S.59-68.
  • Scovil, J.A. (2005): A mineral excursion to China: 2004. Rocks & Min. 80, H.1, S.12-22.
  • Che, Q., J. Li, S. Wei, and G. Wu (2005): Elementary discussion on the tectonic background of deposit-concentrated Qianlishan-Qitianling area in Hunan. Geotect. Metallog. 29(2), 204-14.
  • Ottens, B. (2007). Chinesisches Tagebuch (IV): Wulfenit aus Xinjiang, Euklas aus den Dayu-Bergen und neue Fluorite. Lapis, Jg.32, Nr.5, S.34-39.
  • Ottens, B. (2007). The Xianghuapu Mines, Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China. Min. Rec., Vol.38, H.1, S.55-63.
  • Ottens, B. (2008): CHINA (Mineralien-Fundstellen-Lagerstätten). Weise Verlag, München 2008. Xianghuapu. S.399-406.