Summary: The Kangerdlugssuaq late dike swarm, which strikes at a high angle to the well-known East Greenland coastal swarm, is described and chemical analyses presented. The basic members are characterized by a high potassium content. A variety of kaersutite-bearing gabbroic inclusions in one member of this swarm is described in detail and microprobe analyses of clinopyroxenes, amphi-boles, plagioclases, sheet silicates, and spinel minerals are presented. On the basis of this evidence it is deduced that these inclusions derive from a cumulate sequence formed at depths of between 5 and 10 km beneath the Lower Tertiary land surface. It is likely that fractionation of such assemblages causes a transition, at relatively low pressure, from undersaturated to oversaturated compositions, but the products appear to be quantitatively minor.