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|T. Van der Hammen and C. Garcia de Mutis 1966||Tricolpate, psilate (locally to slightly scab rate). Size ± 50 μ. Exine very thick, 2.5-3 μ, thicker (to 4 μ) near the colpi. Surface slightly irregular, sometimes resembling a scab rate sculpture. With immersion locally small irregular perforations (foveolae) can be distinguished. The colpi, in polar view, open abruptly towards the equator.|