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Happyfaceanite Spyderidium

Happyfaceanite Spyderidium this chalcedony rich sedimentary mineral hosts the fossil shells from Argyre Planitia, though it has been found in all areas of Mars.

The fossil beds are approximately 61 to 70 million years old. Evidence suggests that the Happyfaceanite Spyderidium were deposited nearshore in a series of shallow lakes. The climate was subtropical and there were intermittent volcanic eruptions.


CharacteristicsEdit

Happyfaceanite Spyderidium is formed from silicified fossil from spiral marine gastropods having elongated, spiral shells composed of many whorls. Similarly, coral, petrified wood and other organic remains or porous rocks can also become Spyderidium.

ValueEdit

The base value of each unit of ranges between 34 and 109Ð per unit, with up to 3 units being found at any one time.

Presence on Mars: Very Rare


Martian Minerals
Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5 | Group 6
Group 6 |Amazamyanite | Anirbaneshanite Mythoxide | Apacheanpirate Spyderidium | Bigtombowite Spyderidium | Cherium Mythbusteride | Fluorescent Benite | Frogylite Spyderidium | Genarite Dragonium | Happyfaceanite Spyderidium | Indigalite Spyderidium | Jkyebium Mythbusteride | Jtokarsbrium Timmyblast | Jumbukium Mythbusteride | Marcellamite Spyderidium | |Mythbusterast | Mythbusterium | Pepsilite Dragonmite | Pixiedustium Funnyboneygen | Queenshebanite | Ramonesium Belgianite | Superium Jackamite | Titojuantenite Spyderidium| | Wilmannsrock Mythbusteride | Winoxide Spyderidium(VII) | |Yellowdium Jackamite|

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