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notation Eric
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definition Distribution: In this family there are about 125 genera and 4010 species that are distributed widespread in cool-temperate regions and in tropical mountains. In Australia there are c. 44 genera with some 600 species.

Description: This family consists of Evergreen, or sometimes deciduous, shrubs or small trees, lianes, or rarely, herbs, sometimes epiphytic.

For more details regarding the description of species within this family please see:

Pollen Morphology: The pollen produced by this family typically are four roughly sphaeroidal grains that form a ‘tetrad’, however, some taxa in this family produce single grains (monads). The size of these tetrads are generally 25-40um in diameter and each of the grains in the titrate have one pore visible. The surface texture of these grains are generally smooth (psilate).
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in scheme TEST-AusPollen-Aerobiology-Collaboration-Network-Species-Classification original