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Pollen atlas of western Andalucia


, : Pollen atlas of western Andalucia. Publication, Instituto de Dessarrollo Regional, Universidad de Sevilla (43): 451

After an introductory chapter which gives details about the material investigated and the methods used, there is a general key to pollen types; the pollens are assigned to 38 groups. The main section of the book (pp. 63-410) consists of well illustrated descriptions of individual pollen types grouped under families.

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