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A review of Paleogene–early Miocene igneous rocks of the Alpine-Carpathian-Pannonian-Dinaric region is presented in this paper. We attempt to reveal the geo-dynamic link between Paleogene–early Miocene igneous rocks of the Mid-Hungarian zone and those of the Alps and Dinarides. Our summary suggests that Paleogene–early Miocene igneous rocks of all these areas were formed along a single, subduction-related magmatic arc. The study also highlights orthopyroxene-rich websterite mantle xenoliths from west Hungary and east Serbia that were formed in the vicinity of a subducted slab. We discuss the location and polarity of all potential subduction zones of the area that may account...

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