LITHIUM + CANADA
The Burgeo Granite is known to include aplite and widespread granite pegmatite dykes. These pegmatites are composed of quartz and K-feldspar, with or without plagioclase, muscovite, and biotite. They form pegmatitic or monomineralic segregations, veinlets, and sharply bounded dikes.
The Burgeo Road Molybdenum occurrence lies approximately 10.5 kilometres west of Lic. O33664M and 8 kilometres north of Lic. 033665M. The Mo is hosted in fine grained granite and aplite of the Burgeo Granite. A single pyrite occurrence is reported from Lic. 033664M as being rare blebs up to 1 centimtre in diameter within narrow granite veinlets.