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This is realgar, an ore of arsenic. It looks like red Jello when you find it. I collected some in the mountains of Washington State long ago.

This is realgar, an ore of arsenic. It looks like red Jello when you find it. I collected some in the mountains of Washington State long ago.

Deep red crystals of Realgar with Orpiment perched atop a crystal of Sphalerite!

Deep red crystals of Realgar with Orpiment perched atop a crystal of Sphalerite! Realgar, is an arsenic sulfide mineral, also known as "ruby sulphur" or "ruby of arsenic".

Realgar crystals, No. 5 Mine, Baia Sprie, Romania

Realgar, As₄S₄, No. 5 Mine, Baia Sprie (Felsobanya) Maramures Co,. Well-formed crystals with an intense red color and orange nuances

Realgar (an arsenic sulfide mineral, also known as "ruby sulphur" or "ruby of arsenic"):  ruby-red crystals in translucent Calcite scalenohedrons

Gorgeous gemmy ruby red Realgar clapsed by translucent Calcite scalenohedrons, from Jiepaiyu Mine, China. Ruby is one of the four precious stones. The other three being Diamond, Sapphire, and Emerald.

Realgar on Stibnite - Baia Sprie, Maramures Co, Romania

Spiky terminated prismatic crystals of metallic dark grey Stibnite form two inter grown open divergent clusters. Grown between the crystals of Stibnite are orange to red blocky crystals of Realgar. An uncommon combination from Baia Sprie (probably No.

Dufrenoysite on Pb-sulfosalt (probably baumhauerit/sartorite) with Realgar - Lengenbach Quarry, Fäld, Binn Valley, Wallis, Switzerland FOV : 1.9 mm

Dufrenoysite on Pb-sulfosalt (probably baumhauerit/sartorite) with Realgar - Lengenbach Quarry, Fäld, Binn Valley, Wallis, Switzerland FOV : 1.9 mm