|Name||Undated granitic rocks, unit 2 (Western Klamath Mountains)|
|Geologic age||Late Triassic to Early Jurassic|
Igneous > Plutonic (Pluton)Intrusive complexes and plutons ranging from granite to gabbro
|Comments||Intrusive complexes and plutons in southwestern Klamath Mts.; part of Rattlesnake Creek terrane|
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|Counties||Shasta - Tehama - Trinity|