Figure 41. North-plunging sinistral (west-verging) parasitic folds of a calc-silicate lens in the Yarmouth Island Formation, east shore of Yarmouth Island, Harpswell. These parasitic folds are on the east flank of the Hen Cove anticline at a point about 5 meters east of the main arch bend of the fold pictured in Figure 40. Thin layers that stand out in relief are quartzose calc-silicate granofels. Intervening deeply weathered layers are calcite-bearing.


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