This specimen is from a relatively new find in Mexico. Its name "Honeycomb" comes from its structure which is similar to what you would find in a beehive. Not to be confused with "Honey Calcite", a yellow variation of calcite that is also found in Mexico. This specimen is coated in a very thin layer of calcite crystals, giving it a beautiful shimmer effect in the light. Some pieces discovered also fluoresce a bright orange of shortwave ultraviolet light.
This is a unique and interesting specimen that would make a great addition to any home. It displays nicely on a solid layer of matrix as seen in the photos.
Size:4.6 x 3.0 x 2.4 in.
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