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Major, trace and rare earth element data for sandstones and conglomerates from the Mid-Permian–Mid-Triassic Maitai Group are compared with other tectonostratigraphic units, using discrimination diagrams and comparisons with potential source terranes. Maitai Group sandstones reveal a mainly ophiolitic–oceanic-arc source during the Mid-Permian, followed by a mixed continental margin-arc–terrigenous source during the Late Permian. Latest Permian–Early Triassic sandstones mainly came from little-evolved continental margin-arc extrusives, tending to more evolved (but variable) during the Triassic. Source volcanism of the Murihiku Terrane sandstones was magmatically evolved relative to the Maitai Group generally (except during the Late Triassic). The Maitai Group and Murihiku...

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