Szklarska Poręba is a town near Jelenia Góra and located in the centre of the Karkonosze granite massif.
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69 valid minerals. 1 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals.
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GeochronologyMineralization age: Pennsylvanian : 316 Ma to 314 Ma
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Pieczka, A., & Gołębiowska, B. (2012). Cuprobismutite homologues in granitic pegmatites from Szklarska Poręba, Karkonosze massif, southwestern Poland. The Canadian Mineralogist, 50(2), 313-324.