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Łukasz Kruszewski August 13, 2018 07:10PM
This "locality" is a mix-up. "Koźmice" is more like an area. Szklary is a separate site and all the Ni-bearing minerals are there. "Strach" hill is a separate, geochemically TOTALLY different site, which is SOMEWHAT only related to the Mt. Szklana pegmatite (which IS in Szklary, but actually at its very northern margin). "Strach" hill has the so-called "medium" rocks of a tonalite type, plus pegmatites with allanite-(Ce) and cheralite and with some titanite-bearing aplites.
A. Mathauser August 14, 2018 01:39AM
Also, Ząbkowice (Ząbkowice Śląskie) is a small town, which "Ząbkowice Śląskie District" come from. Szklary and Koźmice are two villages/areas included the District, not in town.
Eligiusz Szełęg February 11, 2019 01:29PM
In the quarry on the Strach Hill near Koźmice there are amphibole gneiss, amphibolite and quartz monzodiorite cuted by granite pegmatite with allanite-(Ce) and hydrothermal veins (alpine-like) with titanite.
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