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What kind of mineral is this?

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This is the mineral cluster itself


and i don`t know what mineral is this(those little cubic) :

And  from this one :

i don`t know what this is:(kinda like a wall)

asked Jul 17, 2018 by Alexxander98 (150 points)

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To me, they look like zeolite mineral clusters, a group of minerals formed within basalt. It's a really cool find, and there is likely more than one kind of mineral with a similar composition, which is common for zeolites. Where did you get it/find it?
answered Sep 20, 2018 by linkisnotzelda (5,390 points)
selected Sep 26, 2018 by Alexxander98
Hi,the mineral from the last two pictures i got it from a man from Bucharest, and the mineral from the first two pictures, i got it like a gift.Thanks for response, they do seem to look like a zeolite part.
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Where did you find it?
answered Jul 19, 2018 by linkisnotzelda (5,390 points)
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They all kinda look like calcite but i could be wrong

answered Sep 18, 2018 by CottonCandyEas (190 points)
Hard to tell because the pictures are so small. Though I do agree with @weasel about the zeolite assertion. Perhaps heulandite or stilbite. If @Alexxander98 posts large pictures we can have a closer look at the crystal structure and nature. The others also appear to have quartz in them, though hard to tell for certain with the small pictures.

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