<em>Pyllocladus glaucus</em> Carr. (Phyllocladaceaes), Toatoa or Blue Celery Pin
John E. Braggins University of Auckland School of Biological Sciences Private Bag 92019 Auckland New Zealand
Conifers, Phyllocladus, Podocarpaceae, Pollen Capture, Pollination Drop
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Pyllocladus glaucus Carr. (Phyllocladaceaes), Toatoa or Blue Celery Pine, endemic to New Zealand, showing part of a pseudowhorl of fertile phylloclades. Cones are borne marginally towards the base of these modified branch complexes. The individual ovules with pollination drops are at the stage of pollen receptivity. Magnification x5, from a color transparency by J. E. Braggins.
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