In the vicinity of the Kings Rivet, in the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada, California, there are several localities showing narrow veins of chlorite cutting serpentine. There are two such localities in the northwestern part of the Dinuba quadrangle. One locality is about 11/4miles N 20° E of the top of Wildcat Mountain, in the eastern half of section 11, T. 12 S., R. 23 E. The other, which is better exposed and more easily accessible, is described in the present paper. It is exposed in road-cuts along the highway which follows the north side of the Kings River, about 3/8 mile southwest of the northern end of the bridge at Piedra.

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