A light yellow rhodizite-londonite crystal on a matrix that also contains partial pink liddicoatite prisms that add a nice degree of color contrast. I have not had these tested, so I am marking them as "rhodizite-londonite." I do not know which end member these are, and it is impossible to verify by sight alone, so this keeps things nice and accurate.Although I purchased a number of good ones on the last trip, I only obtained a few decent to good quality examples on this one. These crystals are always available, but the good ones are harder to get. I have a feeling that the quality of available specimens has more to do with the skill of the people working the area over a particular period, than an issue of abundance. I always see decently sized crystals, but they tend to be smashed. When I come across a good rhodizite-londonite however, it is usually in a group of other good pieces-- I'd like to think this is because whoever was digging them knew what he was doing.