drusy


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drusy

(ˈdruːzɪ)
adj, -sier or -siest
(Minerals) covered with tiny crystals
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The common diagenetic features within the facies are micritized grains dolomitization dissolution neomorphism cementation (poikilotopic cement isopachous cement syntaxial overgrowths equant spar drusy spar) pressure solution and fracturing (Plates 7-8).
Her booth attracted buyers and celebrities such as TV host Kris Aquino, who purchased gilded metal cuffs encrusted with rose quartz and amethyst and a yellow drusy quartz necklace.
Drusy amygdales, having a partial filling, may exhibit various types of zeolite material, a certain amount of crystals having well-defined faces in the centre of the cavity and massive granular aggregates with vitreous luster covering the walls of the cavity (Figures 4c-4f) A combination of irregular and large amygdales ranging from 1 0 mm to 1.
He also had a few small specimens of cerussite on drusy velvet malachite from Bou Beker, Morocco--also new, and very cute.
The latter two minerals are important because they occur with fine visible gold and quartz crystals in drusy vugs.
The recent identification of bladed quartz-after-calcite, along with drusy and banded quartz, provides textural evidence of boiling within an epithermal environment.
Drusy quartz (length slow) occurs as late fillings on cavity walls.