Abstract

The evidence on which the validity of stylotypite as a mineral species rests is reviewed. Existing published data are shown to be unsatisfactory, and attempts to verify reported occurrences of the mineral had negative results. All reported specimens of stylotypite which it was possible to identify are tetrahedrite or other known minerals. In the absence of valid data justifying stylotypite as a species, it should be discredited.

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