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Leopardite is a type of jasper, a sedimentary rock. The name of this group of rocks is derived from the Greek word “jaspi”, which means stained stone. In the case of leopardite, its appearance with brown and gray spots does resemble the fur of this animal. These stains consist of accumulations of iron and manganese. Other names used for this stone are leopard jasper, leopard skin jasper, and leopard agate.

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