Dia Bras Exploration has released the further assay results of the stream sediment sampling campaign, which is performed at the La Verde gold prospect located at the Batopilas property in Mexico.
These additional results have made the company to focus on certain gold-anomalous edges, which will be intercepted after the completion of the rainy season during 2011 the fourth quarter.
The location of the Batopilas property’s La Verde prospect is 35 km to the southeast part of the Bolivar property and 23 km to the El Sauzal gold mine’s eastern portion. The alteration associated with a high-sulfidation gold system is present over a region of above 25 sq. km in the La Verde region and it is in this broad alteration region. A northwest trend occurs to the quartz veinlets, veins and stockworks, housing the previous Tres Hermanos mine. The Dia Bras property did not host this mine, but hosts the trend’s expansion.
The company is drilling the Batopilas property, which encloses 45,319 and contains the Satevo epithermal gold mineralization and the copper-molybdenum deposit hosting Corralitos intrusion.
These recent stream sediment sample results have shown up to 660 ppb of gold sediments and additionally 969 ppm copper, 207 ppm lead and 346 ppm zinc.
Two stream-sediment sampling has been performed to outline extensive gold anomalies in La Verde prospect. Gathering of a further 88 sediment samples from the La Verde region are contained in this latest campaign.
During late 2011, the company will carry on stream sampling at the La Verde region and will commence a comprehensive rock chip sampling and geologic mapping of the gold anomalous edges with the objective of drilling the region initially during 2012.