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Eight samples (seven volcanic rocks and one quartz sandstone) have been dredged from the Funk Seamount, 60 km NW of Marion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean (lat. 46° 15′S, long. 37° 20′ E). The volcanic rocks are fine-grained vesicular basanitoids and glass-rich volcanic breccias geochemically similar to the Marion Island lavas. Lavas and breccias contain a suite of megacryst minerals and of small polymineralic xenoliths, in both of which kaersutite is a prominent constituent. The megacrystdoi:10.1180/minmag.1988.052.366.07 fatcat:bmcklvol4nae5btfy3msdmdyou