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English: Disseminated gold, left behind after a cubic crystal of pyrite dissolved away. Note "corner" of former cube in centre of rock, with small gold pieces lining the sides of the corner.
Français : Or disséminée laissé la dissolution d'un cube cube cristallin de pyrite dissoute. Noter le "coin" de l'ancien cube, avec des petits fragments d'or le long des côtés de l'angle.
Date 4 November 2009 (first version); 13 May 2010 (last version)
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