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PostPosted: Mar 19, 2016 15:40    Post subject: Gold from Kilo-Moto, DR Congo  

Gold Kilo-Moto area measuring 83,000 km2 or nearly 3 times the size of Belgium. It is located in northeastern D.R. Congo.
Here is a small but nice and rare sample of Kilo-Moto.
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PostPosted: Mar 20, 2016 02:19    Post subject: Re: Gold from Kilo-Moto, DR Congo  

A beautiful specimen, Roger! It appeals to me more than a usual nugget because it seems to be gold on matrix, right?
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PostPosted: Mar 20, 2016 03:19    Post subject: Re: Gold from Kilo-Moto, DR Congo  

Thanks Tobi. I’m sharing your opinion, This specimen is gold on matrix (quartz I think) but in the series of nuggets I wanted to show their rarity.
How to explain the geochemical development of the nuggets? A biological origin?
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