Javier Cuadros and Vesselin Dekov, Natural History Museum, London, UK
Produced by hydrothermal alteration of basalt.
From: East Pacific Rise (East Seamont, latitude: 20oN, longitude: 109oW, depth 1700 m).
Dimensions: Field of view 800 microns wide
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