MOOKAITE JASPER WORRY STONES
This stunning, multicolored stone has pastel hues of reds, yellows and purples. Mookaite can be described as chert, opalite, chalcedony or combinations of the three. It's actually a sedimentary rock, formed from the microscopic remains of tiny radiolarians. Mookaite is found as nodules in the Windalia Radiolarite formation within the Kennedy Ranges near Gascoyne Junction, Western Australia.