Glamaig is a mainly epigranite mountian south of Loch Sligachan central Skye. On its north side and sumit the granite is covered by a thick layer of termally altered basalt, with epidote albite and calcite. The ganite contains lots of mirolitic cavites to around 1cm.
Photo: Nathalie Nicole Brandes
UK Grid Reference: NG514303
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17 entries listed. 12 valid minerals.
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Locality Updated: Porterville Borrow pit, Tennessee Knob, Tulare Co., California, USAFrom Chester S. Lemanski, Jr., 11th Dec 2013 18:23:18