Beryl is also considered as a mineral that's composed of Beryllium Aluminium Cyclosilicate, and is commonly known as the second hardest rock after Diamond. Most of this name was adapted from the Greek Word meaning Precious Blue-Green Colour of Sea-Water Stone. In general Beryl is commonly considered to be formed Mica Schist, limestone, and even granitic Pegmatite's. It also known to be formed in a Crystal like structure and has 6 different types of Beryl Cattagories. All of these are identified as Aquamarine, Emerald, Golden Beryl, Goshenite, Morganite, and not least read Beryl. This type of crystaline mineral can be found at the Quadeville Beryl Pit in Quadeville, Ontario, Canada.