Silverlearf Tree Pollen
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Silverleaf Tree Pollen

Proteaceae sp.

Magnification: 1’000:1

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Pollen grains are remarkably diverse and vary in size from 10 to 250 µm. Silverleaf tree pollen grains possess a smooth surface structure and simply rely on their sticky fluid, called pollenkit to be safely attached to pollinators. The triangular shape is typical for the family. Tips feature thin parts, called apertures, that function like preformed openings, allowing for the growth of the pollen tube.