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Identity HelpQuartzite infested with mica and feldspar?

13th Oct 2019 01:10 UTCGabe Farnsworth

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I am still looking at the rocks I gathered from a location in Victoria Aus marked as a pegmatite dyke intersecting you yangs granite. Basically just visited on the hunt for crystals and a spodumene discovery. I noticed on some of the quartzite their greenish gold flecks on the outside so cracked one open. I found flecks are quite dispersed on the inside of the rock. Would you say Mica/ Muscovite or even altered feldspar i.e sericite?  See last picture of the mineralization in question.

13th Oct 2019 01:11 UTCGabe Farnsworth

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Cracked upon with close up to follow

13th Oct 2019 01:11 UTCGabe Farnsworth

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close 1

13th Oct 2019 01:12 UTCGabe Farnsworth

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Vision of the sulphide through loupe and iphone
 
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