Light microscope images of daisy pollen [family Asteraceae]. Daisies are mainly insect-pollinated as suggested by the pollen grains' spiky shape. Spikes help pollen stick to insects' bodies. Photo Credit: Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas, ANU
These lily pollen grains have been stained to make them more visible. With the 40X objective of the microscope the texture of the surface can be made visible
Agave Pollen- Beekeepers and microscopes
North American Pollen Database. NeotomaDB.org | Neotoma Workgroups
Identification guide for South African pollen. Corymbium villosum. The daisy family includes chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers and many weeds. Their pollen is typically very spiky, with large pores.
Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas
Cotton Pollen , Light Micrograph Photographie par Dr. Keith sur ...