Szaibelyite, from Hungary, was described in 1861 and analyses published a few years later. Although not so stated, the “secondary fibrous mineral” associated1 with ludwigite at Philipsburg, Mont., is probably the same. In 1921, camsellite from Canada was described2 as a new mineral. In April 1925 Eakle described3 camsellite from California and in June, the same year, szaibelyite was described4 from Nevada.5

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