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Rocks tentatively identified as trachyte, with felsics comprising <20% quartz, <10%foids and plagioclase/alkali feldspar <2.

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Trachytic-rock appears in fields 6,6*,6',7,7*,7',8,8* and 8' in the QAPF diagram.

Trachytic-rock is found in fields S1, S2, S3 and T in the TAS diagram [glossary item missing].

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