Ibitira is the exception that nags us when we introduce people to the appearance of meteorites versus meteor wrongs. We like to say that if it has bubbles it isn’t the real thing, thus dismissing slag, lava and their cousins. But Ibitira and a few other exceptional meteorites do have vesicles.
Ibitira is exceptional also in that it is a eucrite not from Vesta. Vestoids are, by far, the largest of five groups of asteroidal basaltic meteorites believed each to have come from a distinct parent body:
Vesta – HED suite – howardite, eucrite, diogenite
Ibitira eucrite – and possibly NWA 2824 diogenite
Angrites – a small group, diverse yet related to each other
NWA 011 achondrite-ung – and pairings NWA 2400, 2976, 4901, 4587, 5644, 7129 Mesosiderites – but maybe also Vestian
Here are some photos of Ibitira.