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Juggler Mine, Ammaroo Station (Amaroo Station), Sandover, Barkly Region, Northern Territory, Australia

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 21° 39' 51'' South , 135° 16' 47'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): -21.664444, 135.28


It should be noted that there is an Ameroo locality in South Australia in addition to an Ammaroo in the Northern Territory.

Greisen

Note: Location co-ordinates are based on description given by Hosking, A. J., (1995).

Wolframite, with minor tantalite and columbite mineralisation in quartz veins, up to 20 mms wide, hosted by greissenised Elkedra Granite. The veins also contain radiating black tourmaline (dravite or schorl?), muscovite and minor feldspar.

The mine has produced 0.5 tonnes WO3.

Map: Bonzle places mine 3 kilometres north-east of the Tosca turquoise mine, although there is no other supporting evidence. This locates the mine about 15 kilometres north-east of where it is presently placed on the Mindat map.

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2 valid minerals.

Rock Types Recorded

Entries shown in red are rocks recorded for this region.

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References

Hosking, A. J. (1995). EL 8607 Tosca, first annual-final report for year ending 15-06-1995. Coordinates now changed (March 2015)

Ahmad, M., Muson, T.J. (2013), The Geology and Mineral Resources of the Northern Territory, Ch. 10 Davenport Province, Northern Territory Geological Province, Northern Territory Government, Special Publication 5, 2013

Rafferty, W., Davey, G. (2011), Arganara Project. EL 24726 Arganara. Partial Relinquishment Report for Period Ending 31 March 2011, Nupower Resources Ltd, 16 June 2011

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