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. Huangshanxi, Huangshandong; 5. Huangshannan; 6. Xiangshan; 7. Tulu; 8. Tula'ergen

. Sidingheishan, Baishiquan district. Inset corresponds to the Huangshan ore belt detailed in the Figure 3