Fluorite Fluorite Full view

Hutching's Museum

Hutchings Museum Institute

Hutchings Museum Institute
Lehi, United States

Fluorite is a mineral found in igneous rocks and has either transparent or translucent crystals that are colorful. Some colors include pink, green, blue and purple. The crystal shapes on this mineral are cubic or octahedral. Fluorite is well-known for the fluorescence, or light it gives off when it is beneath an ultra-violet light. It can be found in cavities and hydrothermal veins. This particular piece of Fluorite was found in Illinois and is displayed in the Hutching's Museum.


  • Title: Fluorite Fluorite Full view
  • Creator: Hutching's Museum
  • Date Created: 1956
  • Location Created: Illinois

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