Identification Please!

SalemsLyric

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Dec 27, 2018
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I could not navigate back to where it said identifications could be made with photo. I figured I would start here. Can anyone tell me if this is orange calcite and also what are the green crystals formed within it? Peridot, diopside?? It looks light in color to be diopside... Any insight would be appreciated. (Found in Garland County area of Arkansas, U.S.A.)
 

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sprailroad

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I myself would not have a clue, but under the heading "Forum" on T-Net, further down there will be "Geological Forums" with the sub-forum "Rocks/Gems. Might want to try there, those guys know there stuff.
 

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