Olivine is found as relict cores surrounded by serpentine, and bronzite
relics in the serpentine may be partially to completely altered to bastite.
Orthopyroxene (>1.5 mm) occurs as sparse phenocrysts, displaying a hypherstene and bronzite composition ([En.sub.73-87][Fs.sub.11-24][Wo.sub.2-6]; Fig.
Additionally, limited exchange of xenocrysts (labradorite, edenitic amphibole, and bronzite in dacites, oligoclase and andesine in andesitic enclaves) might have occurred during this entrainment stage.
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Petrographically, the basalts are described as containing calcic plagioclase, augite, and rarer pigeonite and bronzite, and Fe-Ti oxides, and vary from holocrystalline to variably vitrophyric ([less than or equal to]30%).
(1) The basalts are dominated by calcic plagioclase ([An.sub.50-70), augitic pyroxene ([En.sub.40-50][Wo.sub.30-40][Fs.sub.15-40]), rare bronzite, and rare equant Fe-Ti oxides as an early liquidus phase.
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