What other stones are in the same family as the emerald and the aquamarine?
Aquamarine and emerald belong to the beryl family. Other gemstones in the beryl family are green beryl, heliodor (yellow beryl), morganite (pink, orange or purple beryl), red beryl, goshenite (colorless beryl).
Yes, there are fire stones, thunder stones, leaf stones, and even sun stones
In the United States: saphire, tourmaline, peridot In Mexico: opal In Columbia: emerald In Brazil: diamond, emerald, garnet, topaz, aquamarine, tourmaline, Chyrsoberyl, opal (Other places I don't know)
Well for 1 I would say all the semi-precious birthstones which are Garnet Amethyst Aquamarine Alexandrite Peridot Zircon Citrine Topaz Turquoise Precious Gemstones being Diamond Ruby Sapphire Emerald Pearl Opal Other Popular Semi-precious stones Tanzanite Carnelian Hematite Amber Agate Tigereye Onyx Lapis Jade Jasper "there are many differant jaspers out there" Malachite Tourmaline Obsidian Quartz
An aquamarine is the light blue-green gemstone-quality variety of beryl, the same mineral that makes up other gems like emerald, maxixe, goshenite, red beryl, golden beryl, heliodor, and morganite. It is very beautiful, and is the birthston of March in many cultures. in the 15th-20th centuries, it was October. Beryl is also the gemstone of Scorpio. What's more, emerald is or was the birthstone of both Tuesday and Friday.
Like other snakes, an emerald tree boa is a member of the reptile family.
The gemstone aquamarine is the blue, or perhaps more correctly, blue-green or aqua variety of the mineral beryl. Aquamarine is the birthstone for March, and it is commonly recognized as the Zodiac stone for the constellation of Scorpio (although it is usually referred to as beryl in this regard). Other gemstone color varieties that are also the mineral beryl include emerald, morganite, and heliodor. Aquamarine is colored by trace amounts of iron that find their… Read More
Citrine is a very affordable semi-precious gemstone, and all its color ranges are not expensive. However, it is often confused with a topaz, which is very similar in color and body. Topaz is the more valuable gemstone so you must double check when purchasing a citrine.
Meteor Falls. I believe some Lunatone carry some, while some Solrock might have sun stones. The only other way is to have them traded to you from other games.
Yes you can but you have to clone it with a glitch. Some people think that is cheating. Other way is to get shards and then give them to the shard guy
Not necessarily. A diamond is valued according to its cut -- round in this case, carat weight, colour and clarity. Larger stones, of course, will be more valuable than smaller stones. Larger more clear stones are usually cut in an emerald cut. Fancy coloured stones are cut to highlight not only the colour but whatever other valuable attribute exists in the stone.
Yellow Shards and the other color shards are used for trading with NPCs for items or moves. For example in Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald they are the main source of evolution stones.
I don't know but here are some popular ones: Garnet Ruby Emerald Sapphire Tiger's eye Sodalite Quartz Jasper Amethyst Topaz Opal Pearl Diamond Moonstone Aquamarine Peridot Black Onyx If you want more gemstones, look on other websites like www(dot)gempundit(dot)com any gemstone online seller display all possible information regarding gemstone prices ,quality factors and possible usages.
No. The only way to get Evolution Stones (Other than the Moon Stone [Found in Meteor Falls] and the King's Rock Found in Mossdeep City]) Is to either trade shards to the Hunter near Mossdeep City or You can get a Fire Stone in the Firey Path after you beat Flannery at the Lavaridge Gym (You need Strength to move the stones out of your way.)
Interestingly enough, aquamarine and various other varieties of beryl seldom occur in the same kinds of deposits, although their manner of formation is similar. With the exception of aquamarine, all of the varieties tend to be associated with pegmatite dikes as the most important single source for these various colors. Aquamarine, on the other hand is found either in schistose rocks or as one of a number of minerals filling veins in other rocks; however… Read More
Aquamarine is the mineral Beryl with the chemical formula, Beryllium Aluminum Silicate, Be3Al2(SiO3)6 Beryl can be found with a variety of impurities or trace elements. Iron is responsible for the coloration or beryl known as aquamarine. (See related links.) There can be other trace elements such as Cr (Chromium), V (Vanadium), Mn (Manganese) and more. the mineral aquamarine belongs to the beryl group aquamarine is a real mineral but it varies beryl also.
In mineralogy, an inclusion is any material that is trapped inside a mineral during its formation. In gemology, an inclusion is a characteristic enclosed within a gemstone, or reaching its surface from the interior. According to Hutton's law of inclusions, fragments included in a host rock are older than the host rock itself. Mineralogy Inclusions are usually other minerals or rocks, but may also be water, gas or petroleum. Liquid or vapor inclusions are known… Read More
it is made by water and other tools and what not!
It depends on the cut, clarity, color, size, and other factors. A large, single emerald is worth more than a collection of stones that total six carats. Emeralds are worth less if they are heavily flawed or treated to hide flaws. A single stone of this size may be worth very little compared to a perfect emerald one-tenth the size.
there is no emerald cave but there are other caves in emerald.
Money is not measured in carats: carats are only measured in money when something specific is being purchased, such as a particular gem stone. Among them: Diamond Emerald Sapphire Ruby Other semi-precious stones
Capricorn .......... January ............. Garnet (red traditionally but other colours exist) Aquarius ............ February.......... Amethyst (purple) Pisces ................ March ............... Aquamarine (blue) Aries .................... April .................. Diamond (white, traditionally) Taurus .............. May ................... Emerald (green) Gemini ............... June ................... Pearl (white) Cancer ............... July ..................... Ruby (red) Leo ..................... August ................ Peridot (green) Virgo .................. September ......... Sapphire (blue) Libra .................. October .............. Opal (white/pink/green mix traditionally) Scorpio ............... November .......... Yellow Topaz (yellow) Sagittarius… Read More
Emeralds are green beryl.There is also Heliodor, yellow beryl, Aquamarine, beryl of varying bue-green hues and intensities, and Morganite a pink beryl. which also varies in intensity and color. Brazilian emerals have been historically the most prized for color. The other beryls a re usually of good clarity, but almost every Emerald has a bit of what they call a " garden ". Small dendrite-like inclusions. These are all found in hexagonal prisms when mined… Read More
You can buy them at few at stores. On some versions, people will give them to you. On Yellow, Red and Blue, you can find Moon stones in certain caves. There are multiple ways to get stones. Remember, there are other ways of evolving your Pokemon besides stones! Good luck! In different versions, evolutionary stones are obtained in different ways: In Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow; these stones are bought from the Celadon Department store… Read More
No, you cannot go to other regions in Pokémon Emerald.
I can't think why not. Whether mixing diamonds with other stones in the same piece or wearing a diamond ring and a ring set with other stones. Just be careful the stones don't rub against each other. Many antique pieces used two or three different stones with diamonds.
That is not possible, if you go to four island and breed a evolved evee with a ditto you will get an egg inside is a evee use the other stones to get the other evee forms. BUT you still can't get espeon or umbreon you need to get one from ruby/sapphire or Pokemon colosseum or Pokemon emerald.
A group of monumental stones is called a henge of stones. A mound of stones is called a cairn of stones. Other, more general collective nouns can also be used, such as a pile of stones, a row of stones, a truckload of stones, etc.
Because stones were there, ready to be used for crushing other things, for fighting; even for creating games. They used stones to shape other stones to make weapons.
Gemstones are classified into different groups, species, and varieties. For example, ruby is the red variety of the species corundum, while any other color of corundum is considered sapphire. Emerald (green), aquamarine (blue), bixbite (red), goshenite (colorless), heliodor (yellow), and morganite (pink) are all varieties of the mineral species beryl.
by chipping stones with other stones
To trace German or other ancestry when the spelling of the family name was changed in the US, you must learn what the old version of the name was. Sometimes this can be found on Naturalization papers, obituaries, grave stones, marriage records, or other documents or in the memories of families members or their papers
There isn't an eevee in Pokemon Emerald. If you go to serebii.net you can find lots of other way to get eevee in the other games
Gem is a word that describes something valuable, beautiful and cherished. The word can be used to describe an art piece, a stone or rock, a person or even an idea. Diamond is indeed a gem, and there are other stones that are also gems: ruby, sapphire, emerald, to name a few.
Christians don't pray to stones.
Aquamarines, which are light blue gemstones, are found in Brazil, as it the largest producer followed by Pakistan and Burma.
You can't catch or obtain other trainers Pokemon in emerald.
No, Shuckle can't evlove in Emerald or any other version.
You have to catch one in emerald after the elite four in Pokemon emerald and you have to trade the other lati from Pokemon sapphire or ruby.
Some stones that are found in the state of Kentucky are freshwater pearls and Kentucky agate. Other stones are quartz, fluorite, and garnet.
Gems Jewels and gems are terms to generally refer to precious and semi-precious stones, which are normally cut or polished to optimize beauty, then presented in jewelry. Each gemstone has unique name and properties of its own and some common jewels are diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald.
they used sharp stones. Humans were in the Stone Age at the time. Because of that, they used stones. They sharpened the stones with other stones. These prehistoric people were very reliant on their stones. using thier stones they could kill the tiger and use the fur and meat.
Yes, it is like other stones. It is used to evolve special Pokemon, such as Clefairy and i think Espeon. Hope this helps alot :)
They sharpened stones by rubbing them on other stones.
Where does the millions of stones thrown by the pilgrims goes in hajj and also from where they find such a large quantities of stones at one place?
The stones thrown by pilgrims during the Hajj are used by other pilgrims, so they are constantly being recycled. Most of these stones are found throughout the area or are brought there from other places along the way of the pilgrimage.
Magmar is unavailable on Pokémon Emerald. He can be traded in from other games, or you could cheat...
emerald is only for gba so you can tenable them for other systems
Mining is an important industry inPakistan . Pakistan has deposits of several minerals including coal, copper, gold, chromite, mineral salt, bauxite and several other minerals. There are also a variety of precious and semi-precious minerals that are also mined. These include peridot, aquamarine, topaz, ruby, emerald, rare-earth minerals bastnaesite and xenotime, sphene, tourmaline, and many varieties and types of quartz.
You can't catch it using Poke Balls, 'cause it is'nt in Pokemon Emerald... But you can trade with other players, of other versions of the game...
RONNIE WATTS currently Several other musicians since 1962 on albums and such. STONES!
sometimes the bleach water in a pool. it could sometimes be other stuff like maybe a cup or purse. i like the color aquamarine its one of my favorite colors but my ultimate favorite color would have to be purple, or lavender. either one. but i like both. both is even better. --melissa