Help to identify pale green rocks?!

Reply Fri 24 Mar, 2017 04:19 pm
Greenish/Blue rocks found on a riverbed in Northern Albania struggling to identify, help would be appreciated! Thanks!

Reply Fri 24 Mar, 2017 06:45 pm
lets start with something easy. Take a piece of broken glass (like a bottle top) EAR SOME WORK GLOVES!!. Lightly scratch the rock bck nd forth about 10 times and see if it makes a small furrow or not. If it is scratched by quartz, its probably a serpentinite or an ophiolite chunk thats been stream rounded. If its as hard as quartz , its a green form of quartz either prasiolite or aventurine (We have other tests for those)
Reply Sat 25 Mar, 2017 10:30 am
God Lord I wish Man I cold 'mem' all them rocks. Sure it's some form of quartz, looks very familiar, I will fwd to my BH, who still has her entire head on
Reply Sun 26 Mar, 2017 04:03 pm
do it for a living for about 40 years and it becomes ear worms. I sometims make up rhymes with totally whako mineral names . Usually when Im having to traipse the field and count my steps. I find that my attention to detail gets better focused with some OCD activity like that.
Reply Sun 26 Mar, 2017 05:15 pm
Man, you're one of us
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