New lithium targets have been noted across Venus Metals Corporation's Youanmi project in Western Australia’s mid west.

Venus has been carrying out geochemical surveys across the project, with a recent campaign collecting 490 soil samples over three tenements.

The program identified several lithium anomalies greater than 116 parts per million at the Manindi North licence.

These were pinpointed in areas of cover west of known pegmatites that were previously drilled in 2018 under a joint venture between Venus and Lepidico, which explored for lepidolite lithium minerals.

This drilling intersected 12m at 0.68% lithium, 2m at 1.58% lithium and 4m at 0.76% lithium.

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