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Gypsum from the Kimba region in South Australia typically appears as a white or pale yellow mineral, with a pearly to glassy luster. It often occurs as a massive, fibrous, or fine-grained material, with occasional crystal formations.

Gypsum "Starburst" mineral specimen

  • Due to the fragile nature of our mineral specimens we are unable to post. Thanks for your understanding that they are pick up only.

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