Mineralpedia Details for Roselite
For Gustav Rose, a former Professor of Mineralogy at the University of Berlin in Berlin, Germany. Roselite is a secondary mineral that can be found in cobalt-rich hydrothermal deposits at localities including Germany, Bou Azzer, Morocco, and Spain, among other localities.
Ref. Handbook of Mineralogy, Anthony et al (1995) and MSA at http://www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/roselite.pdf
Roselite from Bou Azzer dist., Anti-Atlas, Morocco
Tiny glassy pink rhombs of Roselite to 1mm on slightly cobaltoan Calcite.
Superb crystals of pink Roselite-Wendwilsonite. he crystals are about 2mm in size and are associated with a exceptional crystals of water clear Calcite and cobaltoan Calcite.