The Tatajuba target is situated on the same structure as the Piaba deposit (also known as the Piaba trend) and represents a potential four kilometre extension along strike from Piaba West. The Company has an application underway to convert Tatajuba to an exploitation permit with the objective of expediting exploration of this promising target. Like Piaba, Tatajuba contains gold mineralization associated with a sub-vertical to moderately north-dipping structure within the ASZ. Mineralization is hosted in a mafic to ultramafic volcano-sedimentary sequence and is similar to Piaba, although the alteration and mineralization zone at Tatajuba is more restricted and the weathering profile less deep. Quartz veins are essentially absent and gold mineralization is associated with sheeted pyrite-arsenopyrite veinlets. There is a strong weathering overprint to the alteration zones at Tatajuba, in addition to a zone of strong fracturing infilled by graphite, which has been overprinted by a later chlorite-iron carbonate fracture controlled alteration. The background alteration is chlorite and albite with calcite/dolomite. Tatajuba is open to the east, west and at depth.