Miraflores Formation, Potosí Department, Bolivia
The Miraflores Formation is better known as a source of Cretaceous fossils, including the stromatolite beds much used for lapidary slabs, cubes, eggs and spheres (which often appear at northern hemisphere gem and mineral shows misrepresented as "Precambrian stromatolite").
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New Locality Added: Magura-Hondol, Hunedoara Co., RomaniaFrom David Von Bargen, 25th May 2013 18:42:02