In 1868 M. Websky published a description of a new mineral, which he named sarcopside. It occurred under a thin covering of vivianite in a pegmatite dike intruding a gneiss formation, near Michelsdorf in the Eulengebirge, Silesia, associated with hureaulite. This has been regarded, however, by Dana and others as closely related to, if not an impure variety of, triplite, and specific rank has not been assigned to it.

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