Tsumeb is the Type Locality
Very rare. The type specimen is from the second oxidation zone.
- 2nd Oxidation Zone
Paragenetic and General Notes
Kegelite was the first lead silicate described from Tsumeb (Medenbach and Schmetzer, 1976).
Keller (1977) recognises the following "rare mineral paragenesis": primary sulphides >> wulfenite >> alamosite >> kegelite >> leadhillite >> cerussite.