|Name||Schist of various types and ages, unit 1 (Peninsular Ranges)|
Metamorphic > Schist > Pelitic-schistMostly pelitic schist; also includes locally pebbly quartz-mica schist
Metamorphic > GneissGradational with schist
Metamorphic > Metasedimentary > Metaclastic > QuartziteMostly calc-silicate-bearing feldspathic quartzite; also includes pure quartzite
Sedimentary > Clastic > ConglomerateMetamorphosed
Metamorphic > Metasedimentary > Metacarbonate > Marble
Metamorphic > Metaigneous > Metavolcanic
Metamorphic > AmphiboliteProbably represents metamorphosed mafic flows, tuff, tuff-breccia, and sills. Locally grades into fine-grained gabbro
|Comments||Julian Schist of southern Peninsular Ranges. Consists primarily of pelitic schist and feldspathic quartzite|
|Stratigraphic units||Julian Schist|
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