The Dutch imported Tourmaline from Sri Lanka in 1703 to Western and Central Europe. The new gems were name Turamali, a Sinhalese word that is thought to mean mixed colors. The name is appropriate, as there are many varieties of Tourmaline recognized in the trade today: Black (Schorl), which is the most common variety; Blue (Iindicolite), Pink and Red (Rubellite), Brown (Dravite), Green, Multicolored, and a White variety. Watermelon Tourmaline is a crystal with green on the outside and pink in the middle. Today, Tourmaline is found in many countries, including Burma, United States, Brazil, and Zimbabwe.