Alderan Resources reported highly anomalous grades of neodymium  and praseodymium , along with lithium, from stream sediment sampling at its Carai Lithium Project in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Neodymium grades reached up to 128.5ppm, praseodymium up to 38.9 ppm, and lithium up to 68.7 ppm across a 10km2 area, significantly above background levels.

The findings show strong correlations with other rare earth elements like samarium, terbium, and dysprosium.

Alderan plans infill stream sampling, geological mapping, and soil sampling at Carai in the next quarter, with assay results from other project areas in Minas Gerais expected soon.