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Polymetamorphic schists and marbles of the Austroalpine Kreuzeck–Goldeck Complex are the host to auriferous arsenopyrite–pyrite as well as stibnite mineralization. In the Siflitz–Guginock area both types of mineralization are closely related spatially, but restricted to different lithologies. The auriferous arsenopyrite–pyrite mineralization is either disseminated or bound to quartz veins and strongly silicified fault-zones hosted in phyllites to (garnet-) micaschists. Similar disseminations within marbles are of minor importance. A stockwork-like mineralization of stibnite-filled fractures with weak metasomatic replacement is limited to marbles.

Both types of mineralization in the Kreuzeck–Goldeck Complex are intimately related to roughly east–west-trending semi-ductile to brittle strike-slip...

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