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Atlas of Pollen and Spores of the Polish Neogene, Volume 1 Spores

By: Leon Stuchlik(Editor), Maria Ziembińska-Tworzydło(Author), Aleksandra Kohlman-Adamska(Author), Irena Grabowska(Author), Hanna Ważyńska(Author), Barbara Słodkowska(Author), Anna Sadowska(Author)
158 pages, 42 plates with b/w photos; b/w illustrations
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The first volume of a 4-volume series synthesizing palynological studies from the Polish Neogene carried out during the last 50 years, during which more than 300 pollen floras have been studied. The first volume gives an taxonomic overview of spores, with pollen being treated in the remaining three volumes.

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By: Leon Stuchlik(Editor), Maria Ziembińska-Tworzydło(Author), Aleksandra Kohlman-Adamska(Author), Irena Grabowska(Author), Hanna Ważyńska(Author), Barbara Słodkowska(Author), Anna Sadowska(Author)
158 pages, 42 plates with b/w photos; b/w illustrations
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