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Biotite from
Baringer Hill (Barringer Hill), Bluffton, Llano Co., Texas, USA

Species:'Biotite' (not an IMA approved species)
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Am Min (1932) Volume 17, pages 381-390,
Mineral Data:Click here to view Biotite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Baringer Hill (Barringer Hill), Bluffton, Llano Co., Texas, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Biotite
7.2km (4.4 miles) A Badu Hill pegmatite, Llano, Llano Co., Texas, USA
8.1km (5.0 miles) B Sheridan Copper prospect (includes Rainbow prospect), Burnet Co., Texas, USA
12.8km (7.9 miles) C Williams pegmatites (Williams Gardens), Llano Co., Texas, USA
12.8km (7.9 miles) D Pavitte Copper prospect (Bailey Place; White Eagle Mine), Burnet Co., Texas, USA
18.3km (11.3 miles) E Kiam pegmatite, Llano Co., Texas, USA
87.1km (54.2 miles) F Tin Prospect, Mason Co., Texas, USA
178.4km (110.9 miles) G Falkenburg-Blackburn prospect, Burleson Co., Texas, USA
179.7km (111.7 miles) H Yegua Creek Placer District, Burleson Co., Texas, USA
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