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Pollen morphology of the genus Stachys (Labiatae) in North America, with comparisons to some taxa from Mexico, Central and South America and Eurasia



Pollen morphology of the genus Stachys (Labiatae) in North America, with comparisons to some taxa from Mexico, Central and South America and Eurasia



Pollen et spores8(3-4): 279-295




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