Pollen morphology of the subtribe Cuspariinae (Rutaceae)

@article{Morton2008PollenMO,
  title={Pollen morphology of the subtribe Cuspariinae (Rutaceae)},
  author={Cynthia M. Morton and Jacquelyn A. Kallunki},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2008},
  volume={45},
  pages={286-314}
}
The neotropical subtribe Cuspariinae (Rutaceae) comprises as many as 26 genera and over 125 species. Pollen grains from 111 collections representing 71 species and 24 genera were examined by LM, SEM, and TEM. The pollen morphology of this subtribe is very diverse. Grains are mostly 3–6-aperturate and colporate, rarely porate (Spiranthera) or pantocolporate (Almeidea). Exine sculpturing is most commonly reticulate, sometimes perforate, foveolate-perforate, foveolate, foveolate-reticulate… Expand

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