[1] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 77.

[2] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 5.

[3] Kato, Shinichi. Eudialyte. (Web page);
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ug7s-ktu/eudi.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[4] Liddell, Henry George and Scott, Robert. A Greek-English Lexicon. (Web page); Entry (Accessed 6 February 2002).

[5] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 38.

[6] The Eudialyte image came from this site.

[7] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 77.

[8] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 5.

[9] Kato, Shinichi. Mimetite. (Web page);
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ug7s-ktu/mimt.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[10] Liddell, Henry George and Scott, Robert. A Greek-English Lexicon. (Web page); Entry (Accessed 6 February 2002).

[11] Lexico LLC. Dictionary.com: "Mimic." (Web page); http://www.dictionary.com/search?q=mimic (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[12] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 78.

[13] The Mimetite image came from an old ebay auction.

[14] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 77.

[15] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 5.

[16] Kato, Shinichi. Tellurite. (Web page);
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ug7s-ktu/tell.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[17] Friedl, Jeffrey. Jeffrey's Japanese<->English Dictionary Server. (Web page); Entry (Accessed 6 February 2002).

[18] Houghton Mifflin Company. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. (Web page);
http://www.bartleby.com/61/53/T0095300.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[19] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 192.

[20] The Tellurite image came from this site.

[21] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 77.

[22] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 5.

[23] Sesqui. Sailor Moon and Minerals: Sailor Moon S. (Web page);
http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~ekbo/moon/mineral/mineral3.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[24] Sakony. Vesuvianite (Idoclase) [sic]. (Web page);
http://www.phoenix-c.or.jp/~sakony/gmus-vsv.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[25] Houghton Mifflin Company. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. (Web page);
http://www.bartleby.com/61/31/V0103100.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[26] Sesqui. Sailor Moon and Minerals: Sailor Moon S. (Web page);
http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~ekbo/moon/mineral/mineral3.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[27] Sakony. Vesuvianite (Idoclase) [sic]. (Web page);
http://www.phoenix-c.or.jp/~sakony/gmus-vsv.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[28] Kato, Shinichi. Villiaumite. (Web page);
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ug7s-ktu/villia.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[29] Hori. Hori Mineralogy Specimen and Explanation List Number 93. (Web page);
http://www.hori.co.jp/hori/list/93.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[30] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 143.

[31] The Viluite image came from this site.

[32] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 77.

[33] Takeuchi, Naoko (1994). Bishjo Senshi Sr Mn Volume Eight. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan, p. 5.

[34] Oonuki. Vesuvianite. (Web page);
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~qi3m-oonk/tosyokan/fantasy/h-vesuvianite.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[35] Liddell, Henry George and Scott, Robert. A Greek-English Lexicon. (Web page); Entry (Accessed 6 February 2002).

[36] Charles Palache. Vesuvianite. (Web page);
http://simplethinking.com/palache/vesuvianite.stm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[37] Cyber Crystals. Sapphirine. (Web page);
http://www2.odn.ne.jp/cyber-crystals/ms0210.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[38] The Cyprine image came from an old ebay auction.

[39] Unfortunately, Ms. Takeuchi does not write Ptilol's name in Latin letters. Please see my Ptilol and article to find out how I came up with the spelling Ptilol.

[40] Takeuchi, Naoko (1999). Pretty Soldier Sailormoon: Materials Collection. Tokyo: Kodansha of Japan. "Witches 5," p. 52.

[41] Sesqui. Sailor Moon and Minerals: Sailor Moon S. (Web page);
http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~ekbo/moon/mineral/mineral3.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[42] Sesqui. Sailor Moon and Minerals: Sailor Moon S. (Web page);
http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~ekbo/moon/mineral/mineral3.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[43] Amethyst Galleries, Inc. The Mineral Clinoptilolite. (Web page);
http://mineral.galleries.com/minerals/silicate/clinopti/clinopti.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[44] Sesqui. Sailor Moon and Minerals: Sailor Moon S. (Web page);
http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~ekbo/moon/mineral/mineral3.html (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[45] Hori. Hori Mineralogy Specimen and Explanation List Number 93. (Web page);
http://www.hori.co.jp/hori/list/103.htm (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[46] Barthelmy, David. Pucherite Mineral Data. (Web page);
http://webmineral.com/data/Pucherite.shtml (Accessed 12 February 2002).

[47] The Clinoptilolite image came from this site.

[48] The Mordenite (Ptilolite) image came from this site.

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