Mineralpedia Details for Strashimirite
Named in honor of Bulgarian petrographer Strashimir Dimitrov. Occurring in the oxidized zone of copper-arsenic bearing deposits, Strashimirite is a secondary mineral found in dozens of localities including Bulgaria, Switzerland, Germany, France, England, and the USA.
Ref. Handbook of Mineralogy, Anthony et al (1995) and MSA at http://www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/strashimirite.pdf
Strashimirite from Majuba Hill mine, Pershing Co., Nevada, United States
Compact faint green Strashimirite balls to 0.75mm.
Strashimirite from San Rafael mine, Nye Co., Nevada, United States
Light green, acicular Strashimirite crystals to about 0.75mm with bead-like crystals of Cornwallite.
Velvety crust consisting of finely compact light bluish green Strashimirite crystals in a radial aggregate to about 0.75mm.
Strashimirite from Burrus mine, Washoe Co., Nevada, United States
Light mint green tufts of fibrous looking Strashimirite to about 0.25mm.