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Aplitic granite from
Wallingford Vein (White Elephant Prospect), Cornucopia Mine, Cornucopia Mining District, Baker Co., Oregon, USA

Locality type:Vein
Classification
Type:Aplitic granite
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:From USGS MRDS database
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Aplitic granite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Wallingford Vein (White Elephant Prospect), Cornucopia Mine, Cornucopia Mining District, Baker Co., Oregon, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Aplitic granite
8.6km (5.3 miles) D and D Occurrence (No. 1 and 2; and C.O.D.), Wallowa Range Mining District, Wallowa Co., Oregon, USA
35.9km (22.3 miles) Bluebird Group, Wallowa Range Mining District, Wallowa Co., Oregon, USA
56.2km (34.9 miles) Thorn Spring Prospect, Mineral Hill Mining District, Washington Co., Idaho, USA
 
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