Ajuabiite is a recently formed magnetic mineral composed of iron and plutonium, with the former being the primary elemental compound involved. It has an average metal content of 54%.
Ajuabiite is similar in overall appearance to Beyerhite and Yubertine thanks to all three minerals being primarily composed of iron. However, Ajuabiite is found in compact clusters of varying heights, whereas Beyerhite is found in singular formations and Yubertine is significantly larger than the others, thus differentiating them at a glance to studied geologists. Like the local Lacuspinite, it is considered dangerous to the Korvax due to its significant magnetic properties that can scramble their CPU, but is also dangerous for other, organic lifeforms thanks to the high levels of plutonium found within. They were recently formed, which proves that Litvaardpa is still a geologically active world, despite most other unique minerals found being from past eras of the planet, such as the Volcanic and Oceanic Eras, respectively.
They are mostly golden in hue but bands of brown also stripe along their length.