Apoquindo drills gold & silver at Huarman, Peru

- September 22nd, 2008

Apoquindo Minerals reports its subsidiary Minera KoriTambo SAC, has initiated drilling at its Huarman gold-silver prospect in the Department of Ancash, Peru. The initial drilling has been concentrated within an east-dipping tabular polymictic volcanic breccia which crops out along a 500 meter strike length. This silicified and phyllically altered breccia exhibits high sulfidation characteristics. Previously reported rock sampling … Continued

Apoquindo Minerals reports its subsidiary Minera KoriTambo SAC, has initiated drilling at its Huarman gold-silver prospect in the Department of Ancash, Peru.

The initial drilling has been concentrated within an east-dipping tabular polymictic volcanic breccia which crops out along a 500 meter strike length. This silicified and phyllically altered breccia exhibits high sulfidation characteristics. Previously reported rock sampling results (May 6, 2008) from surface and underground workings revealed elevated along the entire 500 meter strike length; 115 rock chip samples averaged 1.4 g/t Au and 36 g/t Ag.

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