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Sinistral shear zone in the Carboniferous Roses granodiorite; Roses, Spain. Four-five centimeters of myolonite develpos in the high strain portions. An aplitic-pegmatitic dyke is deformed and displaced to the left in the upper part of the picture. Photo ID 681

Sinistral shear zone in the Carboniferous Roses granodiorite; Roses, Spain. Four-five centimeters of myolonite develpos in the high strain portions. An aplitic-pegmatitic dyke is deformed and displaced to the left in the upper part of the picture. Photo ID 681

Photograph: R. Carosi

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