Koba Resources found a new set of lithium-caesium-tantalum pegmatites at the Blue Moon Prospect within its Whitlock Lithium Project in Canada.

Sampling at Blue Moon yielded highly anomalous assays. The pegmatites have been mapped over 70m and disappear under cover.

Blue Moon is located in a 5km structural corridor where more anomalous LCT assays have been found.

After completing further surface mapping and sampling, Koba plans to drill at Blue Moon during the Canadian summer.