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Width of view 14 mm. CPL. 48 Chapter 4 Fig. 2 Example of a mosaic-fragmented feldspar porphyroclast in a low-grade mylonite derived from granite. Sinistral sense of shear can be deduced from the sinistral offset (syntaxial) along faults slightly inclined to the left and dextral offset along faults steeply inclined to the right (antitaxial). St. Barthélemy Massif, French Pyrenees. Width of view 4 mm. CPL. Fig. 3 Low-grade mylonite derived from granite. Notice the narrow transition between protomylonite in the upper part and ultramylonite near the lower edge of the photograph, characteristic for low-grade mylonites.

The large Kfeldspar porphyroclast is broken into many fragments that are progressively incorporated in the foliated matrix. No recrystallisation is visible. A mylonitic foliation is developing in the upper and lower parts of the photomicrograph. No sense of shear is apparent in this photomicrograph. Twijfelfontein, Kaokoveld, NW Namibia. Width of view 14 mm. CPL. 48 Chapter 4 Fig. 2 Example of a mosaic-fragmented feldspar porphyroclast in a low-grade mylonite derived from granite. Sinistral sense of shear can be deduced from the sinistral offset (syntaxial) along faults slightly inclined to the left and dextral offset along faults steeply inclined to the right (antitaxial).

A sinistral sense of shear can be deduced from a large delta-type plagioclase porphyroclast above the center, with strong undulose extinction (Fig. 22). Low metamorphic conditions are indicated by the highly elongated deformed quartz grains in the lower part of the photo (see also Fig. 23). Western Australia. Width of view 12 mm. PPL. 60 Chapter 4 Fig. 22 As Fig. 21. Width of view 12 mm. CPL. Fig. 23 Detail of Fig. 22. Note the contrasting behaviour of quartz and plagioclase: the plagioclase porphyroclasts are deformed by crystal-plastic deformation showing undulose extinction and folded twin lamellae, whereas the quartz (lower right) exhibits lobate contacts with incipient bulging recrystallisation, characteristic for low-grade metamorphic conditions.

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