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Antimony

Many listed localities may refer to the antimony sulphide ore (Stibnite) rather than the native element.

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New South Wales

Broken Hill, ABH Consols mine

  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D., CHAPMAN, A., and PEACOVER, S.R. 1982. The minerals. IN Minerals of Broken Hill, Worner, H.K., and Mitchell, R., (eds.), Australian Mining and Smelting Ltd., Melbourne, pp. 68-185
  • JOHNSON, J.E. 1972. Micromounting - 3. The Fossicker, Adelaide Gem and Mineral Club, 14(3): 31-32
  • LAWRENCE, L.J., RAMSDEN, A.R., and GRAHAM, I.T. 1999. On the oxidation of dyscrasite and associated minerals of the Consols Lode, Broken Hill, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 5(2): 63 - 68, 6 figs., 5 tables
  • MARKHAM, N.L., and LAWRENCE, L.J. 1962. Primary ores of the Consols lode, Broken Hill, N.S.W. Proceedings of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 201: 43 - 80, 16 figs., 1 table
  • MASON, B. 1976. Famous mineral localities - Broken Hill, Australia. Mineralogical Record, 7(1): 25 - 33, 2 figs., 2 tables.
  • SMITH, G. 1922. Notes on the mineralogy of the Broken Hill district. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales, 8, Appendix IV, pp. 403 - 416

Broken Hill

  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D., CHAPMAN, A., and PEACOVER, S.R. 1982. The minerals. IN Minerals of Broken Hill, Worner, H.K., and Mitchell, R., (eds.), Australian Mining and Smelting Ltd., Melbourne, pp. 68-185
  • LAWRENCE, L.J. 1968. The minerals of the Broken Hill district. IN Broken Hill Mines - 1968, Radmanovich, M., and Woodcock, J.T., (eds.), Monograph of the Australasian Intitute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, 3: 103 - 136
  • MASON, B. 1976. Famous mineral localities - Broken Hill, Australia. Mineralogical Record, 7(1): 25 - 33, 2 figs., 2 tables.
  • PALACHE, C., BERMAN, H., and FRONDEL, C. 1951. The System of Mineralogy, of James Dwight Dana and Edward Salisbury Dana, Yale University, 1837 - 1892. John Wiley and Sons, 3 Volumes, 7th Edition
  • WOODWARD, O.H. 1965. Geology and Mineralogy. IN A Review of the Broken Hill Lead - Silver - Zinc Industry, 2nd Edition, Parsons, K.P.W., (ed.), Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, pp. 47 - 54

Lucknow Goldfield

  • LAWRENCE, L.J., and SHARPE, J.L. 2000. Mineralogy of the Lucknow Goldfield, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 6(1): 25 - 31, 17 figs., 1 table
  • PALACHE, C., BERMAN, H., and FRONDEL, C. 1951. The System of Mineralogy, of James Dwight Dana and Edward Salisbury Dana, Yale University, 1837 - 1892. John Wiley and Sons, 3 Volumes, 7th Edition

Queensland

Localities Not Specified by John Carroll

  • PALACHE, C., BERMAN, H., and FRONDEL, C. 1951. The System of Mineralogy, of James Dwight Dana and Edward Salisbury Dana, Yale University, 1837 - 1892. John Wiley and Sons, 3 Volumes, 7th Edition]] (Need to check reference)

Tasmania

Dundas Mineral Field

  • LANCASTER, K. 1974. The Dundas Mineral Field. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 7: 30 - 36

Victoria

Blackwood

  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1979. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. C. Sulphosalts. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 19: 15 - 21

Cosgrove's Nob, NNW of Mt. Major

  • HALL, P. 1989. Minerals of the Dookie area, Victoria. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 79: 4 - 11 MoV specimen

Dunolly

  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1979. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. A. Native elements. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 17: 13 - 19

Maldon Goldfield, Cymru mine, 820' level

  • COULSELL, R. 1978. Old Victorian mineral and mining areas - 1. Maldon - Tarrengower goldfield and its reefs, mines, rocks and minerals. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 11: 6 - 12

Maldon Goldfield, German Reef, Great Western mine

  • HAUPT, J.C. 1982. The Minerals of the Maldon Goldfield. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Special Publication, No. 1

Maldon Goldfield, German Reef, South German mine

  • HAUPT, J.C. 1982. The Minerals of the Maldon Goldfield. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Special Publication, No. 1

Maldon Goldfield, Spring Gully

  • HAUPT, J.C. 1982. The Minerals of the Maldon Goldfield. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Special Publication, No. 1

Maldon Goldfield, stone quarry west of Maldon

  • HAUPT, J.C. 1982. The Minerals of the Maldon Goldfield. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Special Publication, No. 1

Maldon Goldfield

  • ANONYMOUS. 1872. Mineral Statistics of Victoria for 1871. Mines Department of Victoria
  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1979. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. A. Native elements. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 17: 13 - 19
  • HAUPT, J.C. 1982. The Minerals of the Maldon Goldfield. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Special Publication, No. 1
  • MOON, R.A. 1897. Report on the Maldon Goldfield. Special Report of the Department of Mines, Victoria, 25 pp.
  • NICHOLAS, W. 1876. Localities of minerals which occur in Victoria. Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Victoria, 3: 280 - 288

Melbourne - cavity in blue stone on Merri Creek

  • SELWYN, A.R.C. 1856. Report of the Geological Surveyor on the Geological Structure of the Colony of Victoria . . . . Votes and Proceedings of the Legislative Council of Victoria, 1855-56/A108A, 15
  • VINCE, D.G. 1980. Zeolites and other minerals in vesicules in the newer basalts of the Melbourne area, Victoria. Australian Mineralogist, 1(32): 155 - 161, 15 figs., 1 table
  • VINCE, D.G. 1989. Melbourne. IN Zeolites of Victoria, Birch, W.D., (ed.), Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Special Publication, 2: 1-30, 80 figs., 2 tables. Not verified, may be confused with native Zinc
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