Roger Weller, geology instructor
Stilbite is a member of the zeolite family of silicate minerals. It is a hydrous
calcium-sodium aluminum silicate. Its most outstanding characteristic is a
strange crystal habit that resembles a sheath pinched in the middle. Stilbite
ranges from white to a pale pinkish orange color with a pearly luster.
Photo is copyright free only for non-commercial educational uses.
Just credit photo to R.Weller/Cochise College.
Specimen courtesy of Douglass Minerals
Specializing in crystals and mineral specimens
Dave and Liz Douglass
10985 N. Poinsettia Dr., Tucson, Arizona 85737