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Japanese scorodite localities

69 localities

A list of Japanese scorodite localities described in citable papers and books. The list is edited based on the editing policy of location lists.

Year of description
Location (Prefecture, Synonym, Comments)
Year 1898
Uriya mine (Oita, Kiura mine, Datsugatao, Denied in 1916, and re-confirmed as scorodite in 1930.)
Year 1899
Inunagare (Oita, Fujikawachi)
Year 1920
Kamikimobetsu mine (Hokkaido, Tachikawa mine)
Year 1940
Kamegaoka (Kyoto), Mount Engo (Kyoto, Habu), Mount Gyoja (Kyoto, Otani mine), Sannooka (Kyoto, Narabigaoka), Kaneuchi mine (Kyoto)
Year 1947
Kano mine (Miyazaki, Okumitate mine)
Year 1949
Kitabira mine (Yamaguchi), Toroku mine (Miyazaki)
Year 1950
Matsuo mine (Miyazaki), Mount Osore (Aomori, Lake Usori)
Year 1952
Togane mine (Gifu), Akeshi mine (Kagoshima)
Year 1953
Kasuga mine (Kagoshima)

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