San Marco Resources Inc. yesterday released assay results from their exploration at their Cuatro de Mayo Project in Mexico.
Sampling and mapping at the El Chunibas target resulted in identification of new high grade veins, presence of mineralization in the wall rock, and expansion of the veins along their strike.
Rock sampling of the newly discovered Corral target confirmed the presence of gold mineralization. Wall rock mineralization previously identified around the Santa Fe vein that returned 10 m @ 3.8 g/t Au in the hanging wall was also confirmed around the western vein.
Additional sampling of the western vein confirmed the presence of previously reported high grade gold mineralization, and also identified the presence of mineralization in the wall rock.
The Corral target is a newly discovered low-sulphidation system with strong veining exhibiting massive, bladed, comb, cockade and crustiform quartz textures. The Corral vein system is at least 0.8 miles long, and over 400 yards wide with individual quartz veins that can reach up to 1 to 2 yards in width.
Approximately 0.6 miles east from Oregano, the Corral vein system is open in all directions and is very similar to the Oregano vein system.
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