Gaspeite was first found and classified on the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec. At present the major supply of this material is from Kambalda and Widgiemooltha in Western Australia . This odd apple green colored gemstone, owes it coloring to the oxidation of nickel. Gaspeite is actually a Carbonate of nickel, magnesium and iron. The Iron gives this gemstone it's reddish brown veins Gaspeite is a carbonate, a member of the calcite group.