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Campylite is a variety of the lead arsenate mineral mimetite which received the name from the Greek 'kampylos'- bent, on account of the barrel-shaped bend of its crystals. It has also been used as an alternate name for pyromorphite.
- Mick Cooper and Chris Stanley, 1990, Minerals of the English Lake District, Natural History Museum Publications, London, ISBN 0-11-310022-1
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