Mylonites form a broad band which crosses the southern part of the Banyo quadrangle, Cameroun, beginning near Foumban and continuing for 300 kilometers to Tibati. This band, noted for the first time during surveys of the Tikar plain in 1949, lies along the northern side of a large fault. Mylonization becomes progressively stronger toward the south. The fault seems to be related to the major Precambrian dislocations of the African basement complex.

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