Mesothermal and epithermal deposits of the Paleozoic complex of the Corbieres mountains, France, include veins of siderite carrying pyrite and chalcopyrite, barite veins with tetrahedrite and galena, and siliceous veins which are more or less rich in sulfides. Sedimentary deposits consist of scattered ferromanganiferous beds overlying the Devonian, which probably represent the earliest Dinantian (Carboniferous) deposits of the region.

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