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asked Feb 22, 2018 by LindaChaney (240 points)

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Looks like flourite. Flourite might glow a little if you shine a light on it for a few minutes. Beryl, or emerald is very hard. You might scratch a known stone if you think it is beryl. Flourite is fragile, it will break
answered Feb 23, 2018 by Weasel (58,850 points)
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Not an agate,  sorry Robbie.
answered Feb 23, 2018 by Weasel (58,850 points)
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From the color and crystal shape, it resembles dioptase the most. See http://www.minerals.net/mineral/dioptase.aspx for more info on this mineral.

answered Apr 30, 2018 by hershel (52,780 points)

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