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Bee Mountain, Study Butte, Terlingua District, Brewster Co., Texas, USA
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Latitude: 29°20'29"N
Longitude: 103°32'22"W
 
 
Soda microsyenite plug in argillaceous limestone flags that alternate with thin layers of marl, and units of tuff and bentonitic clay.

Mineral List

Albite
Analcime
'Apophyllite'
Calcite
Clintonite
Epidote
Grossular
Montmorillonite
Prehnite
Zoisite


10 entries listed. 9 valid minerals.

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References

Marvin J. Droddy and John C. Butler (1979) A Note on Low-Grade Contact Metamorphism—Southwestern Brewster County, Texas. Mineralogical Magazine 43:479-482.

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