Both breccia and conglomerate contain rock fragments larger than sand. In a breccia the fragments are angular while in conglomerate they are rounded. The fragments in a conglomerate are believed to be been transported from their source while fragments in… Full Answer
Breccia is an inorganic land-derived sedimentary rock. It is clastic (fragmental), but not foliated. Breccia is composed of mostly quartz, feldspar, and clay minerals; it may contain fragments of other rocks and minerals.