- The clear variety of selenite can be found in sedimentary deposits all over the world. Selenite crystals vary greatly in shape and size; they can be parallel to one another or tessellate with other Selenites.
- Selenite from sedimentary deposits is commonly found embedded in limestone. Selenite can be found in cavities, such as on a stalactite or stalagmite, or it can be solid inside the Limestone.
- The crystals can be clear or white, and the cavities are frequently quite large. Selenite is also commonly found in gypsum deposits formed by hot spring water; it can also form in lake deposits. In some cases, the crystals are clear or white.
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