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A: Panoramic view of marble outcrops from the NE side of Oued Taza valley (see location 1b, Fig. 5). The Filali gneiss in the foreground belongs to the hanging-wall of the FBBSZ. B: Close view of the thinly banded marbles cropping out along Oued Taza, at ∼200 m NW of its confluence with Oued Amter (location 1c, Fig. 5). The upright folds (P2) deform the main, bedding-parallel foliation, which is associated with isoclinal folds (P1, see Fig. 7C). C: Outcrop of metadetrital marbles along the Amter road (location 1a, Fig. 5). To the left of the photograph, the kinzigites crop out continuously up to the peridotites, whereas those on the right belong to a second-order sliver included in the FBBSZ. The unconformable contact below the marbles looks like a stratigraphic unconformity, but could alternatively be a low-angle fault. D: Close view of the metaconglomeratic marble bed, ∼1 m above the base of the marbles (red star in C). E: View of the uppermost part of the Oued Jnane Nich marbles (JN, Fig. 4; N 35°14’26”, W 4°53’03”). The kinzigite sliver between the marbles and the Filali gneiss is interpreted as part of a horse by comparison with (C).
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