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Los Jarales, Carratraca, Málaga, Andalusia, Spain

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Nickeline-Maucherite-chromite veins included in cordierite dykes. Chloantite and Pentlandite also occur with secondary nickel minerals like millerite and annabergite, and nepouite group (bearing nickel smectite group, pimelite, garnierite). Alpine Lherzolites from Carratraca Massif.

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- Gervilla Linares,F(1991). Mineralizaciones magmáticas ligadas a la evolución de las rocas ultramáficas de la Serrania de Ronda (Málaga-Spain). Tesis Universidad de Granada.189 págs.

- Romero Silva JC (2003). Minerales y Rocas de la provincia de Malaga. Edita CEDMA County Council of Malaga Spain.318 pp.1 Map.

- Romero Silva, JC (2001). Rasgos generales de los Yacimientos metálicos de la provincia de Malaga. Comunicación del XXI Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Mineralogia (SEM). Edita Universidad de Málaga.

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