The green fluorescence is caused by a litlle uranyl.
White light and short wave UV
Autunite: TL, near Autun, Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy, France.
The fluorescence is intrinsic. Many uranyl minerals fluoresce yellow to green. A fairly large number of them do that only when they are cooled to cryogenic temperatures. Autunite is one of the brightest fluorescent minerals.
Jumillaite is not a mineral, it is a mixture of calcite, analcime, leucite and other hydrothermally formed minerals in the volcanic rock of Jumilla. This mixture fluoresces white to very light sky blue. The apatite fluoresces an attractive orange-pink due to the the presence of numerous elements from the lanthanides (rare earth elements).
This apatite crystal shows different fluorescent colors depending on the UV wavelength it's bombarded with. This is because different activators only react to specific excitation energies. The crystal is between 2 and 3 mm wide.