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    Leucocratic
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    Compositional evolution and substitutions in disseminated and nodular tourmaline from leucocratic granites: Examples from the Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic
    Compositional evolution and substitutions in disseminated and nodular tourmaline from leucocratic granites: Examples from the Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic
    Locality No.2 - Nedvědice : Leucocratic orthogneiss, mica schist layers and fluorite-dominant layer with abundant tourmaline - Tourmaline minerals: schorl, dravite
    Locality No.4: Přibyslavice near Čáslav, leucocratic peraluminious granites and pegmatites with tourmaline, garnet and primary phosphates
    Locality No.6 - Lavičky near Velké Meziříčí : Quartz-tourmaline orbicules in leucocratic two-mica granite, tourmaline in barren pegmatite and hydrothermal quartz-tourmaline veins - Tourmaline minerals: schorl, dravite
    The matrix porosity and related properties of a leucocratic granite from the Krudum Massif, West Bohemia
    Phosphorus - an omnipresent minor element in garnet of diverse textural types from leucocratic granitic rocks
    Phosphorus - an omnipresent minor element in garnet of diverse textural types from leucocratic granitic rocks
    Phosphorus-an omnipresent minor element in garnet of diverse textural types from leucocratic granitic rocks
    Potassium-bearing, fluorine-rich tourmaline from metamorphosed fluorite layer in leucocratic orthogneiss at Nedvědice, Svratka Unit, western Moravia
    Rb-Sr geochronology of leucocratic granitoid rocks from the Spišskogemerské rudohorie Mts. and Veporicum