Honeysuckle – Lonicera periclymenum
Pollen Description : Honeysuckle pollen is distinctive due to its furrow and pore apertures, which appear to follow each other around the equator of the pollen grain, rather than pointing towards the poles. The shape is round when viewed from the equator but is triangular when viewed from the poles. The exine section appears thick and the surface appears finely netted. The pollen load is yellow.
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