Interior of Amboy Crater showing a lava lake and the distant breach in the cinder cone rim. Interior of Amboy Crater from near breach showing lava lakes. Amboy Crater is an extinct North American cinder cone type of volcano that rises above a 70-square-kilometer (27 sq mi) lava field in southern California.
Cocoa Crater is a cinder cone in the Stikine Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is located 38 km southeast of Telegraph Creek and 8 m (26 ft) southwest of Mount Edziza. Cocoa Crater is one of the 30 cinder cones around the Mount Edziza complex that formed in the year 700.
Lava Butte is a cinder cone in central Oregon, United States, just west of US Highway 97 between the towns of Bend, Oregon, and Sunriver, Oregon. It is part of a system of small cinder cones on the northwest flank of Newberry Volcano, a massive shield volcano which rises to the southeast.
Pyroclastic cone Mount Fox is a 560,000-year-old cinder cone located in the locality of Mount Fox, 50 km west of Ingham, Shire of Hinchinbrook, Queensland, Australia. Mount Fox has a shallow crater and a lava flow that extends away from the southern base of the cone.
Scoria cones are the most common type of volcano in Mexico, appearing suddenly and building a cone-shaped mountain with steep slopes before going extinct. Parícutin's immediate predecessor was El Jorullo, also in Michoacán, which erupted in 1759.