Devilline, a calcium copper sulfate hydroxide hydrate mineral, was reported from Sterling Hill by Cook (1973). He found it as bluish-green coatings and feathery microcrystals associated with brochantite, linarite, and gypsum. Devilline was subsequently reported by Jenkins and Misiur (1994) from below the 700 level at Sterling Hill. It has not been reported from Franklin. Devilline is a rare mineral locally. (Dunn, 1995)

 Location Found: Ogdensburg
 Mineral Note: Devillite is a synonym of devilline.
 Year Discovered: 1864
 Formula: CaCu4(SO4)2(OH)6 · 3H2O
 Essential Elements: Calcium, Copper, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sulfur
 All Elements in Formula: Calcium, Copper, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sulfur
 IMA Status: Approved
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Dunn, Pete J. (1995). Franklin and Sterling Hill New Jersey: the world's most magnificent mineral deposits. Franklin, NJ.: The Franklin-Ogdensburg Mineralogical Society. p.632

Frondel, Clifford (1972). The minerals of Franklin and Sterling Hill, a checklist. NY.: John Willey & Sons. p.53

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