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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, they are both different. The Mineralogical Society of America has them both listed as two different crystalline structures. Unfortunately vendors of minerals use the names interchangeably even though they are really two distinctive things (Septarian Dragonstone and Bloodstone). Septarian is usually off white and brown with possibly some shade of olive while the Bloodstone usually has a deeper pine type green coloring. Sepatarian is form of sedimentary rock and Bloodstone is a form of Chalcedony.
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|I feel that the answer did not quite correspond with the question. The information about Bloodstone is correct, and the other stone in question is Dragon Blood Jasper, which is a type of jasper found mostly in Africa, it's deep green with occasional red (blood-like) patterns. And yes, they are different stones, too. (Submitted by: SuccubusDreams on February 04, 2016)|
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