Junior exploration roundup

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Canadian company Plato Gold (TSX-V: PGC) has found new hydrothermal structures and extended others at its Lolita property in southern Argentina's Santa Cruz province, the company said in a statement.

The company has collected 81 rock samples at Lolita. Plato said that with the samples it has nearly doubled its rock data base.


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Vancouver-based Lara Exploration (TSX-V: LRA) has registered claims on 80,000ha with high-grade phosphate in the Boyacá district in Colombia, the company reported in a release.

According to the company, the Iza target is the most promising one.


Vancouver-based Cream Minerals (TSX-V: CMA) has taken channel samples yielding 0.95g/t gold and 452g/t silver at its Nuevo Milenio project in Mexico's Nayarit state, the company said in a statement.

The company provided other results taken in different areas along the Veta Tomas vein for comparison purposes, which include 1.7g/t gold and 526g/t silver over 6m, and 2.44g/t gold and 771g/t silver over 4m.