"An example is described of a dyke feeding a lava flow in the Tertiary basalt plateau of north-east Ireland. The dyke has an erratic course and branches into several veinlets, but otherwise it displays the usual characters of a dyke. Continuity between dyke and flow is seen in five places in the restricted area of outcrop of the flow. The possible relationship of the dykes and volcanic plugs of Antrim to the plateau lavas is briefly discussed."

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