Lake Boga, Victoria got the most votes for the next Collector’s Guide.
Torbernite is one of the many minerals found there. This photo actually has four mineral species, but you need to look closely to see some of them: the green platey crystal group is torbernite, the tiny glassy yellow crystals are cyrilovite, the tiny light green blobs are chalcosiderite, and the opaque yellow crystal groups is (possibly) crandallite. That one needs confirmation.
The width of the photo is 6.5mm and is made up of a stack of 84 images.