Oxide, cervantite group, the monoclinic paramorph of cervantite, which is orthorhombic
Colour: Colourless, white to light green
Clinocervantite occurs in association with valentinite,
bindheimite and rosiaite
At the type locality, the Tafone Mine, Manciano, Grosseto Province, Tuscany, clinocervantite occurs as acicular crystals in a vug associated with valentinite, tripuhyite and rosiaite (https://rruff.info).
At Le Cetine di Cotorniano Mine, Chiusdino, Siena Province, Tuscany, Italy, clinocervantite occurs in cavities in waste, associated with valentinite, tripuhyite, bindheimite and rosiaite (AM 84.1464-1465).
The diagram below is a Pourbaix diagram for antimony (GSJ). It shows the relationship between antimony Sb and clinocervantite/cervantite Sb2O4.
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