Tarsis Resources Ltd.(TSXV:TCC) announced the latest results from its Erika property, Southern Mexico. The Company reported identifying in-situ gold-bearing jasperoid breccias at the property. The gold bearings returned assays ranging from 0.17 g/t gold to 0.94 g/t gold.
As quoted in the press release:
At Erika, four samples of hematitic jasperoid breccias were collected from outcrop and returned assays ranging from 0.17 g/t gold to 0.94 g/t gold. All samples returned elevated to strongly anomalous arsenic (230 to 3,140 ppm), mercury (1 to 11 ppm), antimony (30 to 195 ppm) and thallium (0.7 to 1.0 ppm).
Tarsis, President, Mark Blythe, commented:
We’re very encouraged with the new developments on the Erika property. The geology, interpreted structural architecture and surface soil geochemical signature in the vicinity of the newly discovered jasperoid mineralization elevate this target area to high priority status. Tarsis plans to carry out infill soil sampling and further prospecting to prepare the area for drilling. Carlin-Style systems are highly sought after because examples in Nevada contain large tonnages of high-grade gold ore and are significant contributors to production by major gold miners.