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Pyrargyrite from
Topia, Topia Municipality, Durango, Mexico

Validity:Believed Valid
References:Loucks, R. R., Lemish, J., & Damon, P. E. (1988). Polymetallic epithermal fissure vein mineralization, Topia, Durango, Mexico; Part I, District geology, geochronology, hydrothermal alteration, and vein mineralogy. Economic Geology, 83(8), 1499-1527.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Pyrargyrite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Topia, Topia Municipality, Durango, Mexico
Localities for Pyrargyrite in this Region
Contaranas Mine, Topia, Topia Municipality, Durango, Mexico
Nearest other occurrences of Pyrargyrite
0.0km (0.0 miles) Contaranas Mine, Topia, Topia Municipality, Durango, Mexico
13.0km (8.1 miles) Birimoa Mine, Canelas, Canelas Municipality, Durango, Mexico
13.0km (8.1 miles) Portilla Mine, Canelas, Canelas Municipality, Durango, Mexico
90.8km (56.4 miles) Dura Mine, Cosalá, Cosalá Municipality, Sinaloa, Mexico
99.8km (62.0 miles) Yedra Mine, Soyatita, Badiraguato Municipality, Sinaloa, Mexico
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