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Zircon from
Juan Diego Mine No. 1 (Juan Diego No. 1 deposit; Rainbow Mine; Rainbow prospects), Little Cahuilla Mountain, Cahuilla Mining District, Riverside Co., California, USA

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Zircon
Formula:Zr(SiO4)
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Crother R. A. (1992) Host Rock Lithologies and Structural Constraints on Complex Pegmatites in the San Jacinto Mountains of California. Department of Geological Sciences, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; June.
Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Quartz1 photo of Zircon associated with Quartz at this locality.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Zircon data
Locality Data:Click here to view Juan Diego Mine No. 1 (Juan Diego No. 1 deposit; Rainbow Mine; Rainbow prospects), Little Cahuilla Mountain, Cahuilla Mining District, Riverside Co., California, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Zircon
32.7km (20.3 miles) Elizabeth R. Mine (Hazel W. claim), Chief Mountain, Pala, Pala Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA
32.9km (20.4 miles) Hazel W. prospect, Elizabeth R. Mine (Hazel W. claim), Chief Mountain, Pala, Pala Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA
34.1km (21.2 miles) Stewart Mine (MS 6162; Stewart Lithia mine), Tourmaline Queen Mountain (Pala Mtn; Queen Mtn), Pala, Pala Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA
35.2km (21.9 miles) Cryo-Genie Mine (Cindy B-Cryogenie claim; Lost Valley Truck Trail prospect), Warner Springs, Warner Springs Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA
36.6km (22.8 miles) Southern Pacific Silica Quarry (Southern Pacific deposit; Nuevo Mine; Southern Pacific Quarry; S.P. Silica Quarry; S.P. Mine; Nuevo Quarry), Nuevo, Lakeview Mts, Riverside Co., California, USA
42.9km (26.6 miles) Himalaya Mine (Himalaya dikes; Himalaya pegmatite), Gem Hill, Mesa Grande Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA
52.3km (32.5 miles) Val Verde tunnel, Mead Valley, Riverside Co., California, USA
60.1km (37.3 miles) Little Three Mine (Little 3 mine), Ramona, Ramona Mining District, San Diego Co., California, USA
67.6km (42.0 miles) Cajalco Mine (Cajalco Tin Mine; Cajalco Dumortierite occurrence), El Cerrito, Riverside Co., California, USA
71.2km (44.3 miles) Bedford Canyon, Beeks Place, Santa Ana Mts, Orange Co., California, USA
 
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