Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07577
Volcán Tecomate (left of center) and flat-topped Volcán Molcajete (to the right), seen here from the NW, are two of the scoria cones and domes of the Mascota Volcanic Field. These are part of a group cinder cones and lava flows located within the Talpa and Mascota grabens near the town of Mascota, east of Puerto Vallarta.
Photo by Paul Wallace, 1987 (University of California Berkeley).
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Keywords: volcanic field | scoria cone
Mascota Volcanic Field