Russia, Magadan region, left side of the Duck river. Quartz-albite diorite porphyrite with quartz-albite veins. These are the famous Ducks dykes. Dyke №7. The dyke is a slab-like body with a capacity of 0.5 m in the East to 3.5 m in the West, accompanied by apophyses that run parallel to the sedimentary rocks (lower Jurassic siltstone). It is traced to a depth of 250 meters. Xenoliths are rare. Sometimes there are intersecting, until the disappearance of dykes.