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USA / Connecticut

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Connecticut, US
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Important: Before entering this or any other place of discovery you should have a permission of the operator and/or owner. Likewise it is to be respected that necessary safety precautions are kept during the visit.

Additional Functions

You find additional specimen at the Geolitho Museum

Minerals (Count: 343)

Rocks (Count: 29)

Fossils (Count: 1)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature


  • Henderson, Jr.,W.A. (1970). Bavenite from Connecticut. Min.Rec., Vol.1, H.2, S.70-71.
  • Henderson, Jr.,W.A. (1975). The Bertrandites of Connecticut. Min. Rec., Vol.6, H.3, S.114-23.
  • Jarnot, B. (1995). Connecticut - Gems & Gem Minerals. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.378-82.
  • Jarnot, B. (1995). A Checklist - Minerals of Connecticut. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.386-89.
  • Weber, M.H. & Sullivan, E.C. (1995). Connecticut - Mineral Locality Index. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.396-409.
  • Henderson, Jr.,W.A. (1995). Through the Scope - Microminerals of Connecticut. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.420-25.
  • Altamura, R.J. (1995). The Geology of Connecticut. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.358-68.
  • Guinness, A.C. (1995). The Wesleyan Museum of Natural History, Middletown, Connecticut. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.383-84.
  • Behnke, R.E. (1995). Connecticut - Visitor Information. Rocks & Min., Vol.70, H.6, S.390-91.



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GUID (Global unique identifier) DEA51A5E-4743-4BC8-AFDA-1F47F41E9BF5
Database ID 1358