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Geological mapping and structural investigations were carried out in the eastern rim of the Morais Allochthonous Complex in NE Portugal (NW Iberian Massif) along the first-order tectonic boundary between the lower part of the Galicia–Trás-os-Montes Zone (the parautochthonous Schistose Domain) and the autochthonous Central Iberian Zone. The aim was to correlate the Palaeozoic stratigraphic pile of both domains, and to establish their pre- and synorogenic Variscan evolution.

An Early Palaeozoic volcanic complex forms part of the pre-orogenic record of the parautochthonous Schistose Domain. It includes two volcanic units, the oldest of which is described for the first time in...

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