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Cavansite is named after it's components: calcium vanadium silicate. It's usually found with zeolites, like the white, 5mm wide, tabular stilbite crystals between the cavansite crystal clusters. This specimen is from India, but the mineral was first discovered in Oregon in 1967.
This piece measures 114x104x53mm, and weighs 434g.