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description {{|1=The Clay-with-Flints deposit sandwiched between white chalk of the Late Cretaceous Ulster White Limestone Formation and basalt lava of the Early Palaeogene Antrim Lava Group. Devlin?s quarry [H 872 816], 2.5km SSE of Moneymore, Co. Tyrone. From: Photograph 1. Mitchell,W. I. (ed.). 2004. The geology of Northern Ireland-our natural foundation. Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.}}
source Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
author Geological Survey of Northern Ireland

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