RCAHMS record the site as NM62NW 1 (stone circle) and NM62NW 2 (standing stone) and NM62NW 5 (standing stone).
RCAHMS 1972 Ref: 5159
RCAHMS 1972 Ref: 5162
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RCAHMS (1980), Argyll: An inventory of the monuments, Volume 3: Mull, Tiree, Coll and Northern Argyll (Excluding the early Medieval and later monuments of Iona), Edinburgh, 69-70, No. 110.
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Thom, A. and Thom, A. S. (1978), Megalithic Remains in Britain and Brittany, Oxford, 23, No. M2/14.
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