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The late Precambrian/early Cambrian Monian basement to the lower Paleozoic cover in Anglesey does not form one coherent stratigraphic unit but is divisible into at least three separate suspect terranes. Where they are exposed, the boundaries to these terranes range from ductile shear zones to brittle faults, all of which have an undetermined amount of displacement. Terrane 1 is represented by the Monian Supergroup: a thick sequence of marine sedimentary rocks with subordinate basic volcanic rocks, gabbros, and serpentinites, overlain by olistostromic mélange. Terrane 2 is identified as the Coedana Complex of central Anglesey: high-grade gneisses and the ca. 600-Ma...

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