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Rhyolite from
Faints Scheelite Mine, Becks Point, Hillgrove, Sandon Co., New South Wales, Australia

Locality type:Mine
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Barron, L.M. Dr. (1983) Sediments, hydrothermal cherts and aplites from the Uralla & Hillgrove areas. Geological Survey of New South Wales - unpublished Petrological Report 83/17, GS1983/252.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Rhyolite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Faints Scheelite Mine, Becks Point, Hillgrove, Sandon Co., New South Wales, Australia
Nearest other occurrences of Rhyolite
18.7km (11.6 miles) Gibsons Open Cut (Gibsons Mine), Clarke Co., New South Wales, Australia
20.1km (12.5 miles) Khans Creek prospect, Clarke Co., New South Wales, Australia
48.0km (29.8 miles) Yeovals Gravel pit, Sandon Co., New South Wales, Australia
48.1km (29.9 miles) Black Mountain Clay pit, Hardinge Co., New South Wales, Australia
80.2km (49.8 miles) Munga Creek Antimony Mine (Herrensmidt & Wards claim; Corangula Antimony Mine), Dudley Co., New South Wales, Australia
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