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In most mineralogical text-books the nepheline-syenite area of Alnö, on the east coast of Sweden, is given as one of the few localities of the rare mineral baddelyite, ZrO2. This information is based on a communication by E. Hussak, who claimed to have discovered the mineral in jacupirangitic varieties of the Alnö nepheline-syenites. The present writer, being engaged with a petrological and mineralogical revision of the Alnö occurrence, earlier described by A. G. Högbom in his classic memoir ofdoi:10.1180/minmag.1939.025.166.05 fatcat:qfvqillbvrbrnbd7iljiv72twi