During a field trip in the upper Täsch valley near Zermatt, Switzerland, Zen and Bearth collected a specimen of a peculiar-looking white mica in a quartz-kyanite vein. This mica proved to consist of paragonite and little else. Because single-phase paragonite suitable for chemical analysis is extremely rare, the sample was investigated in detail; this note reports the mineralogical results.

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