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Fig. 3.

(a-k) represents field characteristics and features of xenoliths in Mansehra Granite exposed in diverse areas of NW Himalaya. (a) Sheared granite indicating deformed K-feldspar phenocrysts in Susalgali-Khaki area (b,c) Lenticular rusty jet-black and elongated inset bearing dark-gray xenolith in Mansehra Granite, Susalgali-Khaki area (d) Light-gray oval xenolith revealing parallel alignment of tadpole-shaped K-feldspar phenocrysts, Susalgali-Khaki area (e) Light-gray, elongated xenolith showing rusting at border and diffused contact with sheared Mansehra Granite, Susalgali-Khaki area (f,g) Light-gray, angular and lenticular xenoliths showing irregular contact with sheared Mansehra Granite, Susalgali-Khaki area (h) Minute K-feldspar phenocrysts around the rim of jet-black angular xenolith in massive Mansehra Granite, Mansehra area (i) K-feldspar insets bearing dark-gray rounded xenolith in massive Mansehra Granite, Mansehra area (j) Lenticular xenolith depicting diffused contact with host massive Mansehra Granite, Mansehra area (k) Jet-black xenolith in massive Mansehra Granite with diffused contact, Chitta-Batta area (l) Dark-gray, oval xenolith in massive Mansehra Granite, Phulra area.

Episodes 2019;42:263~285 https://doi.org/10.18814/epiiugs/2019/019022
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