RENO, Nev. -- The earthquake swarm continues to move the California side of Peavine Mountain near Bordertown.
According UNR's seismology lab, equipment detected more than a dozen quakes Saturday and another dozen Sunday morning.
They are mostly too small to feel with the largest recorded at magnitudes of 2.1.
The swarm includes more than 150 of the small earthquakes and has lasted a week.
No word if these quakes are related to the 4.3 earthquake that hit Sunday morning off the northern California coast.