I believe that my description [angel wing] is correct. Not sure what else I could call it. Snow white, thin and opaque crystals in an interesting formation from China. This was intended for my next display but she who maintains said displays decided that we had enough. I will be listing other gems that have now been released for sale as time permits. I led with midwave pictures [1-4] because I didn’t want to chance anyone missing them. The color is spectacular. If you don’t have a midwave capability in your displays, this should be enough to convince you that you should. I have one display devoted to midwave [transilluminators usually come with midwave bulbs] while my shortwave displays contain some midwave bulbs. Typically 2 SW to 1 MW. Longwave fluorescence is pictured in numbers 5-7. It is a bright pink and second by only a neck to MW. Finally, shortwave fluorescence [8-10] is quite nice but doesn’t have the intensity of the other wavelength colors. Large in this instance is 2 pounds 6 7/8 ounces and 7 x 4 1/2 x 3 inches. As with all fluorescence minerals, the more powerful the lamp, the brighter the fluorescence. Just let me know when you are ready for the invoice. The more powerful the ultraviolet lamp, the brighter the fluorescent response. Flashlights and ultraviolet lamps that purport to provide shortwave and longwave lighting plus a flashlight [and maybe even a can opener]. Neither will very low wattage shortwave lamps. The filter is the most expensive component of a lamp and for that price it will not be a quality filter – it will either permit too much visible light to pass through or not enough ultraviolet light. Either way you lose. Some items will only fluoresce under shortwave ultraviolet light. Others only under longwave. My listings will indicate which wavelengths permit fluorescence and which do not. If you are not happy with an item, please contact me. I will make it right. The free listing tool. The item “LARGE, BEAUTIFUL FLUORESCENCE IN AN ANGEL WING CALCITE” is in sale since Thursday, February 4, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Crystals & Mineral Specimens\Fluorescent Minerals”. The seller is “rockyc1945″ and is located in Greensboro, Georgia. This item can be shipped worldwide.