Roeddleite is a mineral formed from unnaturally sculpted fauna deposits, made into mineral due to the high concentration of iron within. It has an average metal content of 78%.
Roeddleite is discernible by its long, curved structure that extends upwards out of the surrounding substrate. These structures are primarily a golden brown in hue, although have a more regular brownish coloration at the base. It is unknown what sculpted the structures but it is believed to be small detritivores that fed upon the leavings over time. It is not known if this would explain why they have their signature curvatures to them, however.