Abstract

Photographs of a Late Cretaceous species of Aquilapollenites illustrate the usefulness of the scanning electron microscope (SEM) for the study of fossil pollen. The SEM has the advantages of great depth of focus and wide range of magnification; using present techniques, its use for the study of unsectioned specimens is limited to the observation of surface detail.

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