The narrow shore platform on Motukorea (Brown’s) Island, near Auckland is covered with a layer of pebbles held together by calcareous cement, forming a small area of what is locally called beach limestone. The new mineral motukoreaite was found within the light-coloured calcareous material.
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Photograph by Bruce Hayward
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