Dolomite in pyramidal-like forms was discovered in Major County, Oklahoma, by geologists on a field trip sponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey in April 1930. The unusual appearance of these specimens gave rise to the name, “castellated dolomites” and it is by this term that they are now known. They obviously are pseudomorphs as the forms are ones that could not be present on crystals of dolomite.

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