Abstract

In the area between Loch Katrine and Loch Venachar in the southern Scottish Highlands, the Ben Ledi grits occur as part of the Dalradian graywackes. In a northwestern belt the grits show strongly folded fracture cleavage, and in a southeastern belt unfolded fracture cleavage. The implications are discussed, and resemblance to a similar relation of structures in the Moine schists of Morar is noted.

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