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ID and Info on small Geodes

I have approx 10# of little biddie geodes about the size of a peanut kernal or sweet pea. The ones I've cut are about 90% hollow. These geodes have crystals that are very beutiful and different colors. You have to look at the crystals with a microscope to see a clear view of them. They can be sawed in flaf with a rock saw. I saw some for sale in halves some time back on ebay. I'm not trying to sell them, I want some information on them> I've told they come from Mexico and the mine has been closed for some time. Some of them have a green skin like the large cathedrals have. I've had these for about thirty years. Does anyone have any idea what they are called or any information or lead where I could find some information about them?

From Richard Baker - February 20, 2010 at 22:56:59
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