Updated 18 October 2011
AMERICAN SONORAN DESERT
These fulgurites were found by a meteorite hunting prospector in the desert of La Paz County, Arizona. Even though they are nearly pure sand, ends show evidence of a lightning strike.
BOULDER, Colorado SOLD OUT
The fulgurites pictured directly below are from Boulder Canyon, Boulder County, Colorado. All are a solid type of fulgurite. Though not a likely fulgurite producing area, Colorado does receive a fair share of lightning strikes. In this instance sufficient sand was available to create a few fulgurites. There is evidence of branching and all have a few unmelted stones adhering to the specimen. Please order by number.
KERMIT, Texas SOLD
PANTANO, Arizona SOLD OUT
Here is another interesting location - Quartzite, Arizona. These small specimens are partially hollow and have good shapes. They average 1-2 cm in length and are perfect examples for "show and tell" presentations on fulgurites.
QUEEN CREEK, Arizona
Another witnessed strike, these pieces come from the Southeast Phoenix area and were recovered in the summer of 2006. Each piece is well shaped and mostly solid.