seleniferous

[sel-uh-nif-er-uhs]
adjective
containing or yielding selenium.

Origin:
1815–25; selen(ium) + -i- + -ferous

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Water supplies in seleniferous areas are also a source where toxic levels of
  selenium can be found.
As society's need for electric power increases, so does the volume of
  seleniferous coal wastes that are produced.
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Selenium in diet, blood, and toenail in relation to human health in a
  seleniferous area.
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