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English: Spherulites (brown) in a Ignimbrite from New Zeland. Spherulitic aggregate (Spherulites) are radiating arrays of fibrous (needle-like, acicular) crystals that are common in glassy felsic volcanic rocks. Plane polarized light image, magnification 10x (Field of view = 2mm)
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