ectinites

ectinites

[′ek·tə‚nīts]
(petrology)
One of two major groups of metamorphic rocks comprising those formed with no accession or introduction of feldspathic material.
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The basement complex constitutes the cristallophyllites rocks (Ectinites and Migmatites) corresponding to the ancient sediments probably marine, associated with ancient eruptive and intrusive rocks represented by syn to post-tectonic granites.
The Ectinites which correspond to inferior gneiss are very present at the boundary of Adamawa and the South of Batouri.
It represents accessory minerals identical to those of Ectinites. The migmatites are distinguished in embrechites and in anatexites of two micas, or at biotite and amphibole which are relative to the formations found at SE of Batouri [10].