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|A. E. González-Guzmán 1967||Pollen grain tricolporate, prolate-subprolate; furrow C α 1, C β 2-1, C γ 1; pore P α 3, P β 1, P γ 1; sculpture type reticulate (diameter of lumina 0.5-1.3 μ). Thickness of exine about 1 μ; ectexine thicker than endexine. Exine thicker in polar areas; furrows seem to be connected by 'ridges'. Sometimes grains possess equatorial costar. Wall semitectate; muri simplibaculate.|