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paragenesis

fertility of an interspecific hybrid with either of the parent forms but not with other interspecific hybrids produced by them.
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Oil shale which formed in deltaic environments in the Middle and Late Carboniferous and Jurassic are mostly paragenetically related to coal.
Paragenetically, Re, Mo and U show a close relation to each other.
Paragenetically, viitaniemiite precedes cryolite, fluorite and pyrite.
Bertrandite forms at the expense of beryl and is paragenetically the last beryllium-bearing species to crystallize.
Fluellite is paragenetically late and may occur directly upon lustrous quartz crystals, on botryoidal white to green strengite/variscite, or associated with white to yellow wavellite spherules.
The Dal'negorsk boron deposits appear to be paragenetically related to two post-orogenic magmatic complexes, the Sikhote Alin and the Dolinna.
Calcite crystals are also widespread throughout the mine in smaller rugs (1 to 2 meters across) apparently paragenetically unrelated to the larger "caves." A wide variation in morphology has been noted for calcite from these pockets, and some truly superb clusters have been seen.
Paragenetically, the lead oxychlorides mainly occur associated with native elements (As, Pb, Cu), hydrocerussite, minor arsenates and arsenites, with calcite and barite as ubiquitous companions.