Jaspers and Chalcedony

What do we mean by uniquely diverse agate formations from the “Carver” agate find?

The coloration range includes yellow, orange, red, and green.  Many of these materials are included with silica veins and with silica filling fractures, creating an agatized breccia.  Accordingly, many of these jaspers/chalcedonies are now properly characterized as agates with amazing mixed coloration, silica veining, and sagenitic inclusions.

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