🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Need help to identify. Found in a creek looking for garnets.

Mysterious Outdoors

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Mysterious Outdoors

Mysterious Outdoors

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Last two pics are UV light. What is this thing....It is 3.72 grams and feels heavy in the hand for the size. Thanks for any help.
 
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Smokey is on the right track. Specifically, it appears to be Botryoidal Chalcedony. Go to the link below, and scroll down to see several examples of Botryoidal Chalcedony. I particularly like the photo of Blue Botryoidal Chalcedony... see Row 12, Pic #1.
 
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