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Positive Exploration Results at Perseus’s Yaouré Mine

 

 

 

 

 

Perseus Mining Limited (ASX:PRU) (TSX: PRU) is pleased to provide an update on recent successful exploration activities at its Yaouré Gold Mine in Côte d’Ivoire.

 

Highlights

 

  • Recent results from infill drilling at Yaouré confirms strong potential for further mineral resources beneath the currently operating CMA open pit.
  • Infill and down-dip extension drilling confirms gold mineralisation consistent with previous results from this area, with recent drill results including:
    • YRC1819D: 4.1m @ 1.44g/t Au from 129m & 3m @ 1.87 g/t Au from 220m
    • YRC1821D: 9m @ 5.42 g/t Au from 221m
    • YRC1822D: 6.2m @ 7.27 g/t Au from 228, including 1m @ 20.0 g/t Au from 229m
    • YRC1840D: 1.75m @ 4.76 g/t Au from 188m
    • YRC1841D: 6m @ 3.00 g/t Au from 229m
    • YRC1842D: 8m @ 3.87 g/t Au from 221m
    • YRC1847D: 3m @ 1.53 g/t Au from 188m & 3m @ 4.52 g/t Au from 195m
    • YRC1848D: 6m @ 3.54 g/t Au from 179m, including 1m @ 13.7 g/t Au from 179m
    • YRC1848D: 7m @ 1.73 g/t Au from 194m, including 2m @ 2.73 g/t Au from 199m
  • The results from infill drilling at the CMA Underground prospect will be used to upgrade the current Inferred Mineral Resource estimate to Indicated status enabling a Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) for an underground mining operation to be completed by late June 2022, including an initial Ore Reserve estimate.
  • Initial drilling of unexplored shallow targets at CMA East, a structure identified through the recent 3D Seismic study, has also returned encouraging results, with better results including:
    • YRC1787: 4m @ 2.34 g/t Au from 26m
    • YRC1790: 4m @ 3.94 g/t Au from 34m
    • YRC1791: 4m @ 1.14 g/t Au from 10m & 2m @ 4.18 g/t Au from 36m
    • YRC1783: 2m @ 2.43 g/t Au from 16m & 22m @ 3.07 g/t Au from 24m
    • YRC1785: 4m @ 1.26 g/t Au from 38m & 6m @ 1.73 g/t Au from 46m
    • YRC1796: 6m @ 1.66 g/t from 10m
    • YRC1797: 6m @ 2.75 g/t from 46m

 

Perseus’s Managing Director and CEO Jeff Quartermaine said:

 

“Having commenced gold production at our third gold mine, Yaouré, in December 2020, Perseus is now moving closer to reaching our Group target of producing 500,000 ounces of gold per year from FY2022. Our focus is now turning to maintaining this level of production out to the end of the current decade and beyond.

 

Our latest infill and step out drilling results from below Yaouré’s CMA open pit are encouraging, suggesting that with further successful drilling, material additional Indicated Mineral Resources, capable of being economically mined using underground mining methods, may be delineated.

 

In addition, results from initial drilling of previously unexplored shallow targets at CMA East are also very promising. Identified by a recent 3-D seismic survey of the area, this mineralisation is close to surface and certainly warrants further drilling along strike and down dip to provide us with a greater understanding of the mineral potential of this area.”

 

BACKGROUND

 

Perseus has focused recent exploration activities on the Yaouré permits at the CMA Underground and CMA East seismic prospects, both within two kilometres of the Yaouré mill (Appendix 1 – Figure 1.1). The results received to date demonstrate the potential for the Company to materially grow its gold inventory at Yaouré organically, through further drilling success.

 

CMA UNDERGROUND RESOURCE DRILLING, YAOURÉ

 

Drilling to date at the CMA Underground prospect has focused on infill drilling to firm up previously defined underground resources extending below the currently planned CMA pit. Perseus defined an Inferred Mineral Resource of 1.8 million tonnes grading 6.1 g/t Au, extending to a maximum 275m down dip beneath the open pit resource (refer Resources and Reserves ASX announcement 24 August 2021), with potential to extend mineralisation further down dip beyond this (Appendix 1 – Figure 1.2). Perseus has also completed a Scoping Study which identified the potential to mine the CMA structure using underground mining methods (refer to “Perseus Mining Completes Scoping Study for Potential Underground Mine at Yaouré” dated 5th November 2018).

 

Due to the imminent cutback of the CMA South open pit, and likely loss of suitable sites for drill pads, the first stage of down-dip drilling has focussed on the southern end of the CMA structure where grades are generally lower than at the northern end. Drilling to date has comprised 6,476.7m in 34 RC pre-collared DD holes, infilling the existing 50 x 50m coverage to a nominal 25 x 25m pattern to allow conversion of the Inferred resource to Indicated. Results to date from the infill drilling program have been encouraging, with intercepts generally consistent with those previously encountered in both thickness and grade (Appendix 1 – Figures 1.3-1.5). The style of mineralisation is also consistent with previous intersections, comprising pervasive, moderate to strong, pink-pale brown albite and carbonate alteration developed within a well-defined structure marked by quartz carbonate veins, fault veins, multi dilatant fault breccia, cataclasis and shearing.

 

Step-out drilling to investigate the next 300m down-dip from the current CMA Underground resource has also commenced, with 2,512m of RC pre-collars drilled in 27 holes. Drilling of diamond tails to complete these holes to their targeted depth has commenced, with 827.3m drilled in two holes. The step-out program is guided by Perseus’s early 2020 3D seismic survey that clearly identified the CMA structure extending to depth beyond the current drill coverage. Drilling is being undertaken on an initial 100 x 200m pattern to better define the position of the CMA structure and the intensity of mineralisation. If results are encouraging, this will be infilled to 100 x 100m to allow an initial Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate.

 

Better intercepts from the CMA infill drilling and from the Yaouré step out drilling are shown in Table 1 below, with a complete summary of significant results included in Appendix 2 – Table 2.1 and Table 2.2 respectively.

 

CMA EAST SEISMIC TARGET DRILLING, YAOURÉ

 

Perseus has also made progress in testing drill targets identified from a 3D seismic survey completed at Yaouré in 2020. Interpretation of data from the Yaouré 3D seismic survey revealed several shallowly east-dipping CMA-like structures in the hanging wall of the main CMA structure at depth. Extrapolation of these structures to the near surface suggested they would daylight in two sets around 500m and 2000m east of the CMA pit, converging to the south in the Kongonza area. To test these targets, Perseus drilled 73 shallow RC holes for 5,740m in 13 east-west traverses across the trend of the structures (Appendix 1 – Figure 1.6).

 

Results have been encouraging, with potentially economic widths and grades encountered in CMA-style mineralisation intersected in the structure east of the CMA. Drilling of the structure further east is ongoing, encouraged by recent deep artisanal mining coincident with its interpreted surface trace. Further drilling is planned to follow up these structures to the north and at depth.

 

Better intercepts from the seismic target drilling are shown in Table 1 below, with a complete summary of significant results included in Appendix 2 – Table 2.3.

 

 

Table 1: Intercepts from CMA Underground, CMA Down-dip and CMA East seismic drilling

 


Hole ID


From (m)


To (m)

Gold Intercept


Comment

 
CMA Underground Resource Drilling        
YRC1819D 129 133.1 4.1m @ 1.44 g/t    
YRC1819D 220 223 3m @ 1.87 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1821D 221 230 9m @ 5.42 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1822D 228 234.2 6.2m @ 7.27 g/t CMA fw lode  
including 229 230 1m @ 20.0 g/t    
YRC1823D 192 193 1m @ 3.90 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1840D 188 189.75 1.75m @ 4.76 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1841D 229 235 6m @ 3.00 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1842D 221 229 8m @ 3.87 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1847D 188 191 3m @ 1.53 g/t CMA hw lode  
YRC1847D 195 198 3m @ 4.52 g/t CMA fw lode  
YRC1848D 179 185 6m @ 3.54 g/t CMA hw lode  
including 179 180 1m @ 13.7 g/t    
YRC1848D 194 201 7m @ 1.73 g/t CMA fw lode  
including 199 201 2m @ 2.73 g/t    
YRC1849D 219 220 1m @ 1.26 g/t CMA fw lode  
CMA Down-dip Drilling  
YRC1851D 68 80 12m @ 1.37 g/t Pre-collar section  
YRC1853D 96 100 4m @ 1.40 g/t Pre-collar section  
YRC1863D 0 32 32m @ 2.37 g/t Pre-collar section  
YRC1863D 60 64 4m @ 9.58 g/t Pre-collar section  
CMA Seismic Targets Drilling  
YRC1787 26 30 4m @ 2.34 g/t Western structure  
YRC1790 34 38 4m @ 3.94 g/t Western structure  
YRC1791 10 14 4m @ 1.14 g/t Western structure  
YRC1791 36 38 2m @ 4.18 g/t Western structure  
YRC1783 16 18 2m @ 2.43 g/t Western structure  
YRC1783 24 44 22m @ 3.07 g/t Western structure  
YRC1785 38 42 4m @ 1.26 g/t Western structure  
YRC1785 46 50 6m @ 1.73 g/t Western structure  
YRC1796 10 16 6m @ 1.66 g/t Western structure  
YRC1797 46 52 6m @ 2.75 g/t Western structure  
YRC1778 70 76 6m @ 1.07 g/t Kongonza  

 

 

NEXT STEPS AT CMA

 

Ongoing exploration and study programmes at Yaouré will focus on:

 

  • Continuation of drilling to convert the Inferred Resource at CMA to an Ore Reserve to be potentially exploited by underground mining methods and drilling down dip of the Inferred Resource to identify the potential for further resource extensions.

    The drilling to convert the Inferred CMA resource to an Ore Reserve is being carried out as the first part of a Prefeasibility Study. Geotechnical, hydrological, mining and metallurgical studies will progressively commence as more drilling and assaying results are received. Target completion for the Prefeasibility Study is the end of the June Quarter 2022, with timing dependent on the ultimate footprint size of the orebody.

  • Continuation of drill testing of targets generated from the 3D seismic survey, with an initial focus on near-surface targets.
  • Aircore drilling and augering at early-stage regional prospects such as Degbezere NE.

 

This announcement has been approved for release by Perseus’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Quartermaine.

 

Competent Person Statement:

The information in this report and the attachments that relate to exploration drilling results at the Yaouré Project is based on, and fairly represents, information and supporting documentation prepared by Dr Douglas Jones, a Competent Person who is a Chartered Professional Geologist. Dr Jones is the Group General Manager Exploration of the Company. Dr Jones has sufficient experience, which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity being undertaken, to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the ‘Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves’) and to qualify as a “Qualified Person” under National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”). Dr Jones consents to the inclusion in this report of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.

 

APPENDIX 1 – FIGURES

 

Figure 1.1: Yaouré Gold Project – Tenements and Prospects

 

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Figure 1.2: CMA Underground Resource Drilling and Results Summary

 

https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/66d56fff-3909-4bae-be54-72fbb0cf1d4f

 

Figure 1.3: CMA Underground Resource – Long Section

 

https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/7fa7e16c-174c-43f0-b3fc-44156714d657

 

Figure 1.4: CMA Underground Resource – Drill Section 776560mN

 

https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/58d10b4a-84f6-4c38-9b3d-40815f7e851d

 

Figure 1.5: CMA Underground Resource – Drill Section 776785mN

 

https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/169aeb91-736a-48d1-b2b8-f9559cffa2d3

 

Figure 1.6: CMA East & Kongonza Seismic Drilling & Results Summary

 

https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/c142ab76-0610-4bb8-889b-2eb044ba3b06

 

 

APPENDIX 2 – SIGNIFICANT INTERCEPTS TABLES

 

Table 2.1: CMA Underground Resource Drilling – drill holes and significant assays

 

(Based on lower cut-off of 0.5 g/t Au with maximum 2m internal waste <0.5 g/t)

 

Hole ID East North Drill Type Azimuth Dip Depth No of samples From To Width Grade Comment
(mE) (mN) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t)
YRC1819D 221631 776585 RCDD 270 -55 237.2 5 129 133.1 4.1 1.44  
              3 220 223 3 1.87 CMA fw lode
YRC1820D 221640 776861 RCDD 270 -55 80           abandoned
YRC1821D 221637 776861 RCDD 270 -55 240 9 221 230 9 5.42 CMA fw lode
YRC1822D 221650 776785 RCDD 270 -50 244.1 8 228 234.2 6.2 7.27 CMA fw lode
  including           1 229 230 1 20.0  
YRC1823D 221590 776611 RCDD 270 -50 207.2 1 192 193 1 3.90 CMA fw lode
YRC1840D 221596 776660 RCDD 270 -50 202 2 188 189.75 1.75 4.76 CMA fw lode
YRC1841D 221652 776810 RCDD 270 -50 259.3 6 229 235 6 3.00 CMA fw lode
YRC1842D 221639 776760 RCDD 270 -55 238.3 10 221 229 8 3.87 CMA fw lode
                         
YRC1847D 221579 776560 RCDD 270 -55 216.2 3 188 191 3 1.53 CMA hw lode
              3 195 198 3 4.52 CMA fw lode
YRC1848D 221578 776560 RCDD 270 -50 213.2 6 179 185 6 3.54 CMA hw lode
  including           1 179 180 1 13.7  
              7 194 201 7 1.73 CMA fw lode
  including           2 199 201 2 2.73  
YRC1849D 221629 776710 RCDD 270 -55 234.2 1 219 220 1 1.26 CMA fw lode

 

 

Table 2.2: CMA Down-Dip Extension – drill holes and significant assays

 

Hole ID East North Drill Type Azimuth Dip Depth No of samples From To Width Grade
(mE) (mN) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t)
CMA Down -dip Drilling
YRC1850AD 222234.504 777335.204 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        
YRC1851D 222191.156 777235.38 RC_DD 270 -60 100 2 0 8 8 0.42
YRC1851D 222191.156 777235.38 RC_DD 270 -60 100 3 68 80 12 1.37
YRC1852D 222180.682 777135.16 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 24 28 4 0.38
YRC1852D 222180.682 777135.16 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 96 100 4 0.29
YRC1853D 222151.108 777035.49 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 0 4 4 0.87
YRC1853D 222151.108 777035.49 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 20 24 4 0.28
YRC1853D 222151.108 777035.49 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 36 40 4 0.83
YRC1853D 222151.108 777035.49 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 76 80 4 0.23
YRC1853D 222151.108 777035.49 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 96 100 4 1.4
YRC1854D 222102.517 776934.69 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 0 4 4 0.29
YRC1854D 222102.517 776934.69 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 16 20 4 0.32
YRC1854D 222102.517 776934.69 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 24 28 4 0.22
YRC1854D 222102.517 776934.69 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 32 36 4 0.26
YRC1855AD 221973.917 777435.47 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 48 52 4 0.24
YRC1856AD 221832.843 777636.16 RC_DD 270 -60 100 3 12 24 12 0.32
YRC1856AD 221832.843 777636.16 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 40 44 4 0.22
YRC1857D 221987.234 777535.058 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        
YRC1858D 221978.022 777635.201 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        
YRC1859D 221919.444 777734.921 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        
YRC1860D 222061 777735 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        
YRC1861D 222131 777635 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        
YRC1862D 222021.17 777234.97 RC_DD 270 -60 61 1 40 44 4 0.31
YRC1863D 222325.79 777234.79 RC_DD 270 -60 100 8 0 32 32 2.37
YRC1863D 222325.79 777234.79 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 44 48 4 0.26
YRC1863D 222325.79 777234.79 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 60 64 4 9.58
YRC1863D 222325.79 777234.79 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 72 76 4 0.48
YRC1863D 222325.79 777234.79 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 92 96 4 0.21
YRC1864D 222314.18 777135.22 RC_DD 270 -60 90 2 0 8 8 0.46
YRC1864D 222314.18 777135.22 RC_DD 270 -60 90 1 48 52 4 0.4
YRC1865D 222289.84 777035.07 RC_DD 270 -60 100 2 0 8 8 0.26
YRC1865D 222289.84 777035.07 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 48 52 4 0.2
YRC1865D 222289.84 777035.07 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 68 72 4 0.78
YRC1866D 222234.43 776935.19 RC_DD 270 -60 61 2 0 8 8 0.38
YRC1866D 222234.43 776935.19 RC_DD 270 -60 61 1 44 48 4 0.28
YRC1867D 222246.32 776834.99 RC_DD 270 -60 100 2 0 8 8 0.71
YRC1867D 222246.32 776834.99 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 28 32 4 0.27
YRC1868D 221893.66 776734.38 RC_DD 270 -60 60 2 0 8 8 0.5
YRC1869D 222013.27 777034.85 RC_DD 270 -60 60 1 24 28 4 0.21
YRC1870D 222005.02 777135.01 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 48 52 4 0.21
YRC1871D 222133.11 777535.1 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 36 40 4 0.2
YRC1871D 222133.11 777535.1 RC_DD 270 -60 100 1 88 92 4 0.52
YRC1872D 222106.4 776835 RC_DD 270 -60 91 7 0 13 13 0.29
YRC1873D 221973.703 776835.11 RC_DD 270 -60 100 Assay Pending        

 

 

Table 2.3: CMA East Seismic Drilling – drill holes and significant assays

 

Hole ID East North Drill Type Azimuth Dip Depth No of samples From To Width Grade
(mE) (mN) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t)
CMA Seismic Target Drilling
YRC1770 223249.46 776900.117 RC 270 -60 100 1 10 12 2 0.29
YRC1770 223249.46 776900.117 RC 270 -60 100 1 24 26 2 0.25
YRC1770 223249.46 776900.117 RC 270 -60 100 1 34 36 2 0.24
YRC1770 223249.46 776900.117 RC 270 -60 100 2 53 55 2 1.1
YRC1773 223524.817 775900.154 RC 270 -60 87 1 26 28 2 0.46
YRC1782 221898.68 777814.64 RC 265 -60 120 1 24 26 2 0.25
YRC1782 221898.68 777814.64 RC 265 -60 120 1 82 84 2 0.22
YRC1782 221898.68 777814.64 RC 265 -60 120 1 96 98 2 2.91
YRC1782 221898.68 777814.64 RC 265 -60 120 4 106 114 8 1.06
YRC1783 221814.4 777806.28 RC 265 -60 80 1 16 18 2 2.43
YRC1783 221814.4 777806.28 RC 265 -60 80 11 24 46 22 3.07
YRC1783 221814.4 777806.28 RC 265 -60 80 1 70 72 2 0.23
YRC1784 221777.36 777799.92 RC 265 -60 60 1 0 2 2 0.27
YRC1784 221777.36 777799.92 RC 265 -60 60 1 58 60 2 0.22
YRC1785 221933.44 777586.71 RC 265 -60 80 2 38 42 4 1.26
YRC1785 221933.44 777586.71 RC 265 -60 80 3 46 52 6 1.73
YRC1786 221894.6 777586.49 RC 265 -60 80 3 64 70 6 0.95
YRC1787 221855.62 777586.54 RC 265 -60 80 2 26 30 4 2.34
YRC1787 221855.62 777586.54 RC 265 -60 80 1 48 50 2 0.98
YRC1788 221814.35 777586.83 RC 270 -60 60 1 4 6 2 0.2
YRC1789 221924.13 777386.95 RC 270 -60 80 1 18 20 2 0.34
YRC1789 221924.13 777386.95 RC 270 -60 80 1 36 38 2 2.9
YRC1789 221924.13 777386.95 RC 270 -60 80 1 58 60 2 1.51
YRC1789 221924.13 777386.95 RC 270 -60 80 2 64 68 4 0.28
YRC1790 221884.22 777386.68 RC 265 -60 80 1 6 8 2 0.24
YRC1790 221884.22 777386.68 RC 265 -60 80 1 10 12 2 0.27
YRC1790 221884.22 777386.68 RC 265 -60 80 1 26 28 2 0.3
YRC1790 221884.22 777386.68 RC 265 -60 80 2 34 38 4 3.94
YRC1790 221884.22 777386.68 RC 265 -60 80 1 46 48 2 0.49
YRC1791 221845.92 777385.89 RC 265 -60 80 2 10 14 4 1.14
YRC1791 221845.92 777385.89 RC 265 -60 80 1 36 38 2 4.18
YRC1791 221845.92 777385.89 RC 265 -60 80 1 64 66 2 0.39
YRC1791 221845.92 777385.89 RC 265 -60 80 1 74 76 2 0.4
YRC1792 221806.56 777384.92 RC 265 -60 60 1 28 30 2 0.36
YRC1793 221881.85 777186.54 RC 265 -60 60 1 6 8 2 0.21
YRC1793 221881.85 777186.54 RC 265 -60 60 1 18 20 2 0.22
YRC1795 221960.14 777187.76 RC 265 -60 80 2 0 4 4 0.37
YRC1795 221960.14 777187.76 RC 265 -60 80 1 20 22 2 0.39
YRC1796 221999.21 777186.72 RC 265 -60 80 2 0 4 4 0.24
YRC1796 221999.21 777186.72 RC 265 -60 80 3 10 16 6 1.66
YRC1796 221999.21 777186.72 RC 265 -60 80 1 38 40 2 0.42
YRC1796 221999.21 777186.72 RC 265 -60 80 1 58 60 2 0.24
YRC1797 221960.22 776986.3 RC 265 -60 60 3 0 6 6 0.65
YRC1797 221960.22 776986.3 RC 265 -60 60 3 46 52 6 2.75
YRC1798 221999.51 776987.09 RC 265 -60 80 4 0 8 8 0.61
YRC1798 221999.51 776987.09 RC 265 -60 80 9 18 36 18 0.35
YRC1799 222219.31 776849.42 RC 220 -60 100 2 0 4 4 0.25
YRC1800 222189.82 776819.3 RC 221 -55 80 2 0 4 4 0.32
YRC1801 222159.22 776788.62 RC 222 -55 80 1 74 76 2 0.27
YRC1765 223455 776359 RC 270 -60 100 NSI        
YRC1766 223663 776404 RC 270 -60 100 NSI        
YRC1767 223336 776894 RC 270 -60 100 NSI        
YRC1768 223443 776902 RC 270 -60 100 NSI        
YRC1769 223547 776910 RC 270 -60 102 NSI        
YRC1771 223575 775900 RC 270 -60 84 NSI        
YRC1772 223620 775890 RC 270 -60 90 NSI        
YRC1794 221920 777187 RC 270 -60 80 NSI        
YRC1930 222970 777910 RC 270 -60 84 Assay Pending        
YRC1931 222892 777906 RC 270 -60 84 Assay Pending        
YRC1932 223127 777397 RC 270 -60 90 Assay Pending        
YRC1933 223213 777384 RC 270 -60 84 Assay Pending        
YRC1934 223325 777395 RC 270 -60 84 Assay Pending        
YRC1935 223424 777402 RC 270 -60 84 Assay Pending        
YRC1936 223026 777422 RC 270 -60 84 Assay Pending        
YRC1937 222925.594 777502.522 RC 270 -60 96 Assay Pending        

 

Posted October 14, 2021

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