Mineralpedia Details for Gartrellite
Named for Blair J. Gartrell, an Australian mineral collector who discovered the mineral. It is a rare mineral that occurs in oxidized and mineralized shear zones that cut greywacke and shale at one of its Australian localities at the Anticline prospect, and on fine grained quartz-spessartine rocks at another Australian locality at Broken Hill. Other localities for Gartrellite include in Germany, Namibia, the United States, and a few others.
Ref. Handbook of Mineralogy, Anthony et al (1995) and MSA at http://www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/gartrellite.pdf
Gartrellite from Les Montmins, Echassieres, Allier, France
Gartrellite from San Rafael mine, Nye Co., Nevada, United States
Lime green fine crystals less than 1mm in pockets with dark brown minor Beudantite. This is a new find for San Rafael.