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Jasper is a common lapidary material composed of very fine-grained quartz, and is used to make cabochons for jewelry. The red coloration in this specimen is due to the presence of iron oxides, though jasper comes in many colors.

Location: Eustis, Franklin County

Collected by Raymond Peavey

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