This coarse-grained dacite has a granitic texture of hypidiomorphic inequigranular plagioclase, hornblende, and augite. Secondary zeolites and calcite are found randomly throughout. This thin section is both too thick and plucking is disruptive of many hornblende grains.
This fine-grained dacite has a strongly cloudy appearance throughout, as well as a film on the surface of the slide that prevents clear focusing. Dusty plagioclase, plucked hornblende, and equant augite are the dominant phases. Euhedral apatite crosscuts most samples. Zeolites and calcite fill most voids or interstices.