Between Brunnhemsberget and South Billingen lies a small table mountain, rising 284 metres above sea level – Myggeberget. The rocks we find in Myggeberget are the same as in the other table mountains: basement, sandstone, alum shale, limestone, clay shale, and dolerite. Myggeberget shares its dolerite plateau with Tovaberget, which is lower but larger in terms of surface area. Both Myggeberget and Tovaberget are sometimes regarded as spurs projecting from Brunnhemsberget.

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