Mineralpedia Details for Cobaltkoritnigite
Named as the cobalt analogue of the mineral koritnigite. Cobaltkoritnigite is a rare mineral that can be found as a weathering product of glaucodot and as an alteration product of cobaltite at two of its German localities. Additional localities for the mineral include in the Czech Republic and newer localities in Japan and Morocco. Associated minerals include erythrite-kottigite, sphaerocobaltite, pitticite, glaucodot, lollingite-safflorite, arsenopyrite, quartz, cobaltite, calcite, and baryte.
Ref. Handbook of Mineralogy, Anthony et al (1995) and MSA at http://www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/cobaltkoritnigite.pdf
Cobaltkoritnigite from Bou Azzer dist., Anti-Atlas, Morocco
Red-violet rosettes of tiny (less than 0.2) Cobaltkoritnigite. Probably post mine as specimens from Vein No. 2 were collected on the dumps. This mineral is sometimes confused with Erythrite although the two can be distinguished by their color. Identified by G. Favreau.