ANDRADITE Ca3Fe2(SiO4)3 Isometric

Description: Andradite is a member of the garnet group found in calcareous metamorphic rocks, especially marbles and skarns.

FOREST COUNTY: Small grains of andradite, usually with chlorite rims occur in outcrops of the McCaslin Quartzite at the Deer Lookout on Tower Hill in T.34N. R.16E. (Olson, 1984).

MARATHON COUNTY: Small grains of clear yellow andradite occur in the miarolitic cavities of a few pegmatites of the Nine Mile pluton. (Falster, et. al., 2000). \

OCONTO COUNTY: Small grains of andradite, usually with chlorite rims occur in outcrops of the McCaslin Mountain (Olson, 1984).

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