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The diversity of mineralogy found within the town is dominated by the pegmatites, which include both common and mariolitic, lithium-rich types. Rock forming and accessory metamorphic minerals are found in the meta-plutons and meta-sediments, and low temperature hydrothermal minerals are found in later faults and fractures.
Coordinates are for the town center green.
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103 entries listed. 46 valid minerals.
Localities in this Region
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New Locality Added: Col de Milon, Zinal, Anniviers Valley, Wallis (Valais), SwitzerlandFrom Paolo Bosio, 16th Apr 2014 23:07:48