flaser structure

flaser structure

[′flā·zər ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
A metamorphic structure in which small lenses and layers of granular material are surrounded by a matrix of sheared, crushed material, resembling a crude flow structure. Also known as pachoidal structure.
A primary sedimentary structure consisting of fine-sand or silt lenticles that are aligned and cross-bedded.