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The mineral occurs in nepheline syenite pegmatites and granite and aplite greisens. It is associated with microcline and astrophyllite at Pikes Peak, Colorado. It is also found in the alkali pegmatites of Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec.
It was first described in 1880 for an occurrence near Pikes Peak, Colorado. The name derives from the Greek "sideros", iron, plus "phyllon", leaf, in reference to its iron rich composition and perfect basal cleavage.
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