The limestone bodies near Riverside, California, have long been famous as mineral localities. At the New City Quarry, two miles south of Riverside, the marble has been invaded by the Bonsall tonalite. Serendibite, a complex calcium, aluminum, magnesium silicate has been recently found among the contact minerals by Professor E. S. Larsen. The mineral has been previously described from Gangapitija, Ceylon, by Coomáráwámy (1) and from Warren County, New York, by Larsen and Schaller (2).

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