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Cubanite from The Caribbean

Cuba (FRL)
 
  • Holguín Province
    • Mayarí-Baracoa Belt
      • Moa-Baracoa District
[Clark, 1993 - "Hey's Mineral Index"]
J. Proenza, F. Gervilla, J. Melgarejo, O. Vera, P. Alfonso, A. Fallick (2001): Genesis of sulfide-rich chromite ores by the interaction between chromitite and pegmatitic olivine–norite dikes in the Potosí Mine (Moa-Baracoa ophiolitic massif, eastern Cuba). Mineralium Deposita 36, 658-669; Lazarenkov, V.G., Tikhomirov, I.N., Zhidkov, A.Y., and Talovina, I.V. (2005): Lithology and Mineral Resources 40(6), 521-527.; Aiglsperger, T., Oliete, M. P., Proenza, J. A., Sola, N. P., Linares, F. G., Jiménez, J. M. G., & Saunders, J. E. PGE distribution in Fe-Ni-Cu sulfides from the Potosí mine (Eastern Cuban Ophiolites). Mineral Resources to Discover - 14th SGA Biennial Meeting 2017, Volume 2 pp 411-414
 
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