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This picture is popularized and simplified illustration of the chemical relations within the garnet mineral family. It shows how the garnet end members relate to each other. Different garnet minerals are colored in their common colors and the mixture garnet names are not shown there.
Please note that for professional studies another, more comprehensive mineralogy and geochemistry sources should be used. Garnet color variation is greater in nature.The frame structure represent the relations, not the mineral structure and it does not represent the relative mineral abundance in nature.
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