New spreadsheets for data organization
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Species Identification Key: Palinoeocology
74 new specimens added
from UFPR and Embrapa Western Amazon
Species Identification Key: Palinotaxonomy
95 new specimens added
from ULBRA, click here and check it out
Species Identification Key: Pteridophytes Spores
54 new specimens added
from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Species Identification Key: Paleopalinology
224 new palynomorphs added
from Palynotheca of Department of Palinology and Climate Dynamics - Göttingen
On November 21st and 22nd, 2018, the thirteenth edition of the Biologists Network Meeting took place in Mar del Plata (Argentina).Read more
The book Angiosperms Pollen – Diversity and Evolution (Brazilian Portuguese) is available for download.Read more
Registrations are open for two condensed graduate courses that will be taught by Prof. Joseph Williams of the University of Tennessee (USA) at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (Natal-RN, Brazil) between October 15th and November 2nd.Read more
The Colombian Congress of Zoology will take place on December 3rd, 2018.
There will be large events such as the V Meeting of Wild Bees, IV Regional Symposium on Sea Turtles of the South-East Pacific and the 5th Congress of Colombian Ornithology.
The Brazilian Congress of Entomology and the Latin American Congress of Entomology will take place between September 2nd and 6th, 2018.Read more
The need of a pollen database to help on the identification of plant species used in the bees’ diet was the trigger to begin the construction of RCPol (Online Pollen Catalogues Network).Read more
In here you get access to scientific articles and book used to define RCPol’s protocols for collecting and organizing data.Read more
RCPol is always open to make new partnerships
We have interest in researchers of areas connected to the study of pollen grains and spores, of areas linked to the study of botany, of areas that study plant-pollinator interactions and related areas.
The Associação Latinoamerica de Paleobotânica e Palinologia (ALPP) and the Núcleo de Especialistas em Palinologia (Nepal) are two important groups about the subject. Click in their logotypes to get more information about them.