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Atlas of Pollen and Spores of the Polish Neogene, Volume 3 Angiosperms (1)

By: Leon Stuchlik(Editor), Maria Ziembińska-Tworzydło(Author), Aleksandra Kohlman-Adamska(Author), Irena Grabowska(Author), Barbara Słodkowska(Author), Hanna Ważyńska(Author), Anna Sadowska(Author)
233 pages, 67 plates with b/w photos; b/w illustrations
Atlas of Pollen and Spores of the Polish Neogene, Volume 3
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The pollen and spores atlas of the Polish Neogene volume 3 - Angiosperms (1) contains descriptions and photo documentation of the following groups of pollen: inaperturate, monoporate, diporate, triporate, zonoporate and pantoporate.

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By: Leon Stuchlik(Editor), Maria Ziembińska-Tworzydło(Author), Aleksandra Kohlman-Adamska(Author), Irena Grabowska(Author), Barbara Słodkowska(Author), Hanna Ważyńska(Author), Anna Sadowska(Author)
233 pages, 67 plates with b/w photos; b/w illustrations
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