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Xiacun Ag deposit (Jiacun Ag deposit), Baiyu Co., Garzê Autonomous Prefecture (Ganzi Autonomous Prefecture), Sichuan Province, China

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Volcanic-hosted massive sulphide (VHMS) silver-polymetallic deposit.

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25 entries listed. 18 valid minerals.

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Yang Shihui, Su Junming, Zhang Hanqing, Fu Deming, and Xu Mingji (1991): A new variety of mineral - argentian mercurian gold. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 10(4), 379-382.

Shihui Yang, Yueying Lin, and Yi Wang (1996): An unnamed sulfide mineral - CuPbS2. Acta Mineralogica Sinica [Kuangwu Xuebao] 16(3), 304-306 (in Chinese).

Weiguang Zhu, Chaoyang Li, and Hailin Deng (2001): Sulfur and lead isotope geochemistry of the Xiacun silver-polymetallic ore deposit in Sichuan Province. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 21(2), 219-224.

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