By: Norman Chapman (Author), Valerie Rhenius (Foreword By)
132 pages, 115 colour photos and b/w illustrations
Pollen is fascinating material for anyone interested in looking down a microscope, or discovering where their bees have been foraging. The variety of sizes and shapes give clues as to the ingenious ways plants utilise the weather and insect behaviour to deliver pollen to its intended destination. This book shares techniques on successful microscopy accompanied by illustrations of Norman's pollen drawings and their source.
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