A new spodumene-bearing pegmatite was recently exposed on the north side of Plumbago Mountain, Oxford County, Maine. The pegmatite is spodumene-rich and is potentially a significant new Li resource. The site is in a remote area on the north side of Plumbago Mountain that was originally known as Spodumene Brook (Shainin et al. 1955, Barton et al. 1969). It is near the famous Dunton gem tourmaline pegmatite. The excavation has revealed gigantic crystals of spodumene and montebrasite. The deposit is currently being evaluated for Li ore potential by Freeman Resources, LLC.

The currently exposed portion...

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