Pyromorphite is a mineral species composed of lead chlorophosphate. It forms small, hexagonal crystals ranging from glowing green to yellow, orange, and red-brown. These minerals pop from whatever their association may be in a spray of vibrant, green, flatly terminated crystal clusters. Pyromorphite is found almost everywhere, but the most eye-catching specimens come from China, Australia, and along the Rocky mountains in the United States.
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