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A mineral resembling malachite that typically occurs as botryoidal masses and fibrous aggregates of dark green translucent crystals and is a secondary mineral found in oxidized zones of copper ore deposits.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Shepard (1804–1886). After German Pseudomalachit.
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