Greece, Zakynthos, Marathia Cape. On the maps that I found are marked here limestones and marls: Eocene - Oligocene. But in my opinion, we see inconsistent contact in this place with limestones and calcareous marls: lower-middle Miocene. Light on top - Miocene; gray bottom - Paleogen.
Dyke granodiorite porphyry. Sikhote-Alin series of Eocene subintrusions. Eocene. The dyke has a length of about 800 m. The maximum thickness is 150 m. It has a submeridional strike (Az. 350 degrees). Az pad. 80 degrees. Angle of 70-80 degrees. Wedges out on both flanks splitting into several small bodies. Pledged by a series of faults, traceable after wedging out of the dyke in siltstones. In the upper part, granodiorites are intensively weathered to a completely disintegrated weathering crust.