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Mgrich chloritoid with the ratio Mg/(Mg + Fe 2+ ) = 0.37 to 0.49 was found in a corundumbearing zoisite rock from the Besshi area in the Sanbagawa metamorphic belt, Japan. The zoisite rock consists mainly of zoisite, corundum, garnet, and amphibole. Corundum was retrogressively replaced by secondary chloritoid, zoisite, clinozoisite, chlorite, and paragonite. Staurolite rarely occurs in aggregates of the secondary phases (chloritoid, chlorite, and paragonite), which occur along the cracks indoi:10.2465/jmps.080623a fatcat:a4zal66vvnf2vhls2zpiirdcay