"The paper records the results of petrofabric analyses of four specimens of marble from the South-West Highlands of Scotland. The marble fabric has a high degree of homogeneity. Calcite grains are flattened in the foliation plane and are elongate in a direction normal to the fold axis. The c crystal axes lie in a distinct girdle about b, with a maximum near the pole of the foliation; the a crystal axes tend to occupy three maxima, one of which is close to b. Late twinning has occurred on [0112] apparently in response to a simple stress system, operating in the ac plane. The symmetry of the general calcite fabric, the twinning and the megascopic structures coincide."

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