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Trout Bay Copper Mine, Mulcahy Township, Kenora District, Ontario, Canada

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Sulfide deposit.
Formerly mined by Cochenour Willans Gold Mines Ltd.

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10 entries listed. 10 valid minerals. 2 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals.

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CABRI, L.J., HARRIS, D.C. & STEWART, J.M. (1970): Paracostibite (CoSbS) and nisbite (NiSb2), new minerals from the Red Lake area, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Mineralogist 10, 232-246.
ROWLAND, J.F., GABE, E.J. & HALL, S.R. (1975): The crystal structures of costibite (CoSbS) and paracostibite (CoSbS). Canadian Mineralogist 13, 188-196.
HARRIS, D. C. (1972): Mineralogical investigation of some base metal ore deposits and occurrences in the Red Lake Mining Division, Ontario.
Canada Bureau of Mines, Tech. Bull. 146, 42 pp.
MDI Number: MDI52M01SE00166

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