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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.

Full article by Small Caps

A geochemical survey at Venus Metals’ Youanmi lithium project has backed up previous drilling, with the company hoping recently delineated lithium anomalies are an extension of the Manindi lithium discovery to the south that excited the market last month. Interestingly, the extensions appear to coincide with existing and known pegmatite outcrops.

The Youanmi lithium project is focusing on the Manindi North target in tenement E57/983 in WA’s Murchison where Venus and a former partner drilled with encouraging results in 2018, intersecting 12 metres at 0.68 per cent lithium oxide, 2m going 1.58 per cent lithium oxide and 4m grading 0.76 per cent lithium oxide.

Full article by The West Australian

Phase three geochemical reconnaissance sampling of ultrafine soil within the Bridgetown East nickel-copper-platinum group element project in Western Australia’s southwest has discovered a strong lithium anomaly for owner Venus Metals Corporation (ASX: VMC).

The anomaly sits southeast of Talison’s Greenbushes lithium mine, measures approximately 300m by 400m and is open to the north.

Full article by Small Caps


Western Australian gold and lithium explorer Venus Metals Corporation has identified a strong anomaly in recent soil sampling at its Bridgetown East project just 20 kilometres southeast of the world-class Greenbushes lithium mine in southwest WA.

Full article by The West Australia


Venus Metals Corporation Ltd has identified multiple outcropping lithium-caesium-tantalum (LCT) pegmatites from reconnaissance sampling at its Henderson lithium-gold-nickel project in Western Australia.

According to the company, the prospective pegmatites are noticeably enriched in tantalum and niobium, returning maximum grades of 426 parts per million tantalum pentoxide and 392ppm niobium oxide.

In addition, many showed elevated lithium compositions with a maximum of 3.5% lithium oxide.

Full article by Small Caps

The company has described the lithium-tantalum-niobium pegmatites at Henderson as being part of zoned lithium-caesium-tantalum LCT pegmatite swarms. This type of pegmatite is host to the world class Pilgangoora and Wodgina lithium-tantalum deposits in Western Australia.

Full article by The West Australia