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Papanduva pluton, Morro Redondo complex, Tijucas do Sul, Paraná, Brazil

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A composite pluton in the northern part of the Morro Redondo complex, which is composed mainly of peralkaline alkali feldspar granites and minor rhyolites, basalts and andesitic basalts. The granites consist essentially of alkali feldspar, quartz and interstitial aegirine and/or sodic-calcic amphiboles as mafic phases. They also contain a variety of rare and unusual accessory minerals, some of which are as yet unidentified.

Located about 30 km southeast of Curitiba.

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16 entries listed. 15 valid minerals.

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References

- Vilalva, F.C.J., and Vlach, S.R.F. (2010): Major- and trace-element composition of REE-rich turkestanite from peralkaline granites of the Morro Redondo Complex, Graciosa Province, south Brazil. Mineralogical Magazine 74(4), 645-658.

 
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