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Larvikite | by Dietmar Down Under
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A coarse-grained, intrusive igneous rock that mainly consists of potash feldspar, oligoclase feldspar, titaniferous augite, and sodic amphibole. The two feldspar types occur in equal proportions, making a rock called monzonite. Larvikite was first described by Brögger in 1890 from the Larvik district of southern Norway.


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Taken on August 13, 2008