|Location is approximate, estimate based on other nearby localities.|
|Latitude & Longitude (WGS84):||24° North , 110° East (est.)|
|Margin of Error:||~43km|
|Köppen climate type:||Cfa : Humid subtropical climate|
Hydrothermal lead-zinc deposit, hosted in limestone, sandstone and shale of the Devonian Wuzhishan formation that are locally intruded by granites and some lamprophyre dykes. The deposit straddles the border between Gongcheng and Yangshuo counties and is jointly worked by the Daoping and Yangshuo mines which are connected underground.
NOTE: Tangping is a mis-nomer.
13 valid minerals. 1 erroneous literature entry.
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Ernan Fan, Huixin Tian, and Weigui Ma (1983): Descloizite from the oxidized zone of the Wuzhishan Pb-Zn deposit, Guangxi Province. Journal of Chengdu University of Technology, Science and Technology Edition 24(4).
Ernan Fan, Huixin Tian, Weigui Ma, and Zengzhi Jiang (1986): Willemite from the oxidized zone of the Wuzhishan Pb-Zn deposit, Guangxi Province. Journal of Chengdu University of Technology, Science and Technology Edition 27(1).
Guanghua Liu and Ottens, B. (2005): Daoping Mine, Guangxi, China. The Mineralogical Record 36(1) 25-33.