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Coastal deposits (A) and outcrops of the Pleistocene San Luis Formation carbonate rocks and reef limestone as seen on the east coast (B), west coast (C) and at the southern end of San Andrés island (D). The Langhian-Serravallian (16–12 Ma) San Andrés Formation that form La Loma are shown in (E, F).

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