David K. Joyce

Yukon Phosphates, Satterlyite, Big Fish River, Yukon

The Yukon Territory of Canada is famous for the well crystallized and rare phosphate minerals that occur at Rapid Creek and the Big Fish River areas. Satterlyite is one of the more rare phosphate minerals and Big fish River is the type locality for this mineral. Specimens here show the characteristic resinous yellow radiating crystals sometimes associated with other phosphate minerals. It was difficult to capture the right yellowish colour so I have tried to colour correct these images to ensure that you can differentiate the satterlyite from wolfeite and maricite in the images. All excellent pieces!

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Satterlyite, WolfeiteYukon Phosphates, Satterlyite, Big Fish River, Yukon
  • Item #19090
  • Satterlyite, Wolfeite
  • 6.1x3.9x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $75.00
  • Big Fish River

  • Yukon, Canada
  • A portion of a nodule of pretty-well solid satterlyite with pyrite crystals and inclusions around the perimeter. The satterlyite is present as tightly enmeshed resinous, yellow crystals. Rare!