Drusy rhodochrosite was found many times in small pockets. These specimens are pale-pink to pink with crystals of 1-3 mm length. This variant is the one most frequently associated with shigaite specimens. One variation of pink rhodochrosite has needle-like transparent and bi-coloured crystals, which was found once in a small pocket. Another rare variety of pink rhodochrosite has curved rhombohedral crystals. These specimens originate from a small discovery in early 2006. All specimens were photographed using halogen lighting.