Anglesite is a soft mineral with high specific gravity and conchoidal fracture that can appear as adamantine crystals and earthy massive or granular forms. It is named for its original locality of Island of Anglesey, Wales.
Salammoniac - A great MOST unusual mineral. The crystals have grown in a feather-like form with four sets of growth 90 degrees apart. Ravat Village, Yagnob River Valley, Tajikistan A rare mineral composed of ammonium chloride,
Rare Yellow Wavellite on Green Wavellite Botryoidal Crystals on Chert - Mauldin Mountain near Mt. Ida, Arkansas, a vintage specimen Wavellite is an uncommon phosphate mineral closely related to turquoise. The yellow wavellites are rare.