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Costa Rica
  • Alajuela Province
    • San Ramon Mountains
      • Monte Aguacate
Rocks & Min.: 21:561.
Rocks & Min.: 21:561.
  • Guanacaste Province
    • Miramar
Mining Annual Review(1985):357.
  • Puntarenas Province
Mining Annual Review (1985): 357; Nelson, C.E. (1990): Bulk mineable epithermal precious metal deposits of the Circum-Carribean region. In: Hausen, D.M., Halbe, D.N., Petersen, E.U., Tafuri, W.J., eds., Gold ’90 – Symposium Proceedings. Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Littleton, Colorado, pages 149-161.
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