Bixbite has bubblegum pink skin, dark red styled hair, four arms, four eyes, two of which are on the back of her head, and the other two having dark red irises and no pupils, rounded shoulders, and plump lips. She has a thick build with a round chest, thin waist and wide hips. Her gemstones are embedded in her left palm, chest, and navel.
She wears a bi-color red and white top with a dial-shaded red waistband and red and white skirt piece. She wears a a red and yellow bandanna, and dual-shaded red armbands with golden bangles. She wears dark red shorts, and dark red socks with magenta toe tips.
Red beryl (formerly known as "bixbite" and marketed as "red emerald" or "scarlet emerald") is a red variety of beryl.
It was first described in 1904 for an occurrence, its type locality, at Maynard's Claim (Pismire Knolls), Thomas Range, Juab County, Utah.
Red beryl is very rare and has been reported only from a handful of locations: Wah Wah Mountains, Beaver County, Utah; Paramount Canyon and Round Mountain, Sierra County, New Mexico, although the latter locality does not often produce gem grade stones; and Juab County, Utah.
Like emerald and unlike most other varieties of beryl, red beryl is usually highly included.