La Parrilla district mineralization consists of concentrations of silver, lead, and zinc, associated with gangue minerals such as quartz, calcite, and other minor elements.
Primary sulfides mineralization follows downdip within the mineralized structures containing pyrite, galena, sphalerite, argentite, some chalcopyrite, and other silver sulfosalts associated with quartz and calcite as gangue minerals.
Weathering of the La Parrilla mineralization has caused oxidization and secondary enrichment zones containing sulfosalts (cerargyrite, ,pyrargirite, stephanite) and carbonates (cerussite, hydrozincite, hemimorphite), sulphates (anglesite, willemite), and iron oxides (hematite, limonite, etc.) that may reach depths of up to 150 m from the outcroppings.
Similar geologic characteristics are present in other mining districts within the region, such as San Martin (Grupo Mexico), Sabinas (Penoles), and La Colorada (Panamerican Silver) where mineralization still exists at depths greater than 700 m.
The main La Parrilla mineral deposits are the following:
The Rosarios System
Temiz - La Blanca
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