Diaboleite with Caledonite, Rowley Mine, Arizona
A nice specimen of blue Diaboleite with Green Caledonite from the Rowley Mine, near Theba, Maricopa County, Arizona, famous for its fabulous Wulfenites. (Diaboleite is not related to the mineral Boleite.)
Diaboleite is Pb2CuCl2(OH)4. It's name is from the Greek dia, "difference" and the mineral Boleite.
Caledonite is a complex copper-lead mineral, with a formula of Pb5Cu2(CO3)(SO4)3(OH)6. Its name comes from Caledonia, the historical name of Scotland.
Measures 6.3 x 4 x 3 centimeters.