Aylevite is a mineral rock that was formed via gas humidity. They are composed of iron and salt. It has an average metal content of 78%.
Aylvite chock full of sodium chloride, making it similar in structure to Hoboroite, albeit at a far greater concentration. It is commonly used by the species across the planet as a communal salt lick, where they can consume essential mineral nutrients—primarily iron and sodium, of course, but also trace amounts of calcium, phosphorous, and zinc. Slateskull species in the area have been discovered to use such salt licks to increase the growth rate of their slated backs and rock-like skulls, allowing them to have the necessary resources to mature faster and thus breed more often to keep their numbers up. Certain vegetation can also be found to utilize the trace compounds of nearby Aylevite to increase their own defenses against the numerous herbivores in the given area. Because of this, Aylevite very often develops a "worry stone" look to it, with an ever-increasing dimple on its upper surface. After this dimple gets deep enough, Beavrats can sometimes be found temporarily nesting in them, nipping at other species such as Skoffs that stop by.
Aylevite is a salty white hue in coloration.