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hirsuta is not a cave in the true sense, but comprises an outcrop of granitic and biotitic feldsparic gneiss that split vertically, forming a narrow rock fissure that transects the outcrop from north to south and from top to bottom (Fig.
Ngouaka Lode Au Discovery, South Gold Belt: The gold mineralization at Ngouaka includes disseminated auriferous pyrite and quartz-pyrite veins in altered and silicified, quartz-veined biotitic quartzites and amphibolites.
All of the remaining samples were comprised of variations of the bulk host lithology of garnetiferrous, biotitic gneiss.