Brazilianite, whose name comes from his country of origin, Brazil, is definitely not one of the commonly available minerals. It is typically a yellow-green phosphate mineral that is most commonly found in phosphate-rich pectates. It occurs in the form of perfect crystals grouped in dwarfs, in pegmatites, often having the quality of gems. Hardness of Brazilianite is 5.5 Mohs scale. The color of brazilianity ranges from dark yellow-green to pale yellow. Brazilianite begins to lose color when heated to 200 ° C and becomes colorless when heated to 300 ° C.