|Name||Cenozoic (Tertiary) granitic rocks? (Skidoo Pluton)|
|Geologic age||Early to Late Cretaceous|
Igneous > Plutonic > Granitic > Granite > Monzogranite (Pluton)Contains muscovite
|Comments||Death Valley region (Panamint Range). Skidoo monzogranite, shown as Cenozoic(?) on Geologic Map of California; later dated as late Early to Late Cretaceous|
|Stratigraphic units||Skidoo Monzogranite|
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