Although amblygonite is a very common fluorophosphate mineral, it is rarely found in transparent gemstone quality. Considered a collector's gem, it is most often found with white, cream or pale yellow to green color. Some very rare specimens may occur with blue, gray or pink. Amblygonite can easily be mistaken for other gem types owing to its color; most often quartz, beryl, scapolite and albite. Amblygonite has a hardness rating of 6 on the Mohs scale.
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