Completion of this edition of the catalogue was funded by the New Zealand Government's Direct Crown Funding grant to GNS Science, via the core programme "Global Change Through Time".
Figures from the New Zealand Journal of Geology & Geophysics, New Zealand Journal of Botany, and Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand are reproduced by permission of copyright holders Royal Society of New Zealand Publishing (since 2007 licences administered by the publisher, Taylor & Francis Ltd ).
Figures from AAP Memoir 5 and from Alcheringa volumes 32 and 34 are reproduced by permission of the Editors, Association of Australasian Palaeontologists.
Figures 1-15 from Daghlian et al. (1984), American Journal of Botany v. 72, pp. 1039-1047; and figures 4D and 4E from Jordan et al. (2010), American Journal of Botany v. 97, pp. 59-70 are reproduced with permission of the Botanical Society of America.
Figures from Pocknall & Crosbie "Pollen morphology of Beauprea (Proteaceae): modern and fossil", Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology v. 53, pp. 305-327, copyright 1988; Mildenhall & Alloway, "A widespread ca. 1.1 Ma TVZ silicic tephra ...", Quaternary International v. 178, pp. 167-182, copyright 2008; Conran et al., "Davallia (Polypodiales: Davalliaceae) macrofossils from Early Miocene Otago ...", Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology v. 162, pp. 84-94, copyright 2010; Lee et al. "Euphorbiaceae: Acalyphoideae fossils ...", Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology v. 163, pp. 127-138, copyright 2010; Ferguson et al. , "The taphonomy of a remarkable leaf bed assemblage ... ", International Journal of Coal Geology v. 83, pp. 173-181, copyright 2010; Wanntorp et al. "Past diversity of Proteaceae on subantarctic Campbell Island ...", Cretaceous Research v. 32, pp. 357-367, copyright 2011; are reproduced with permission from Elsevier.
We wish to thank GNS technical staff and students who scanned the images and edited text, especially Roger Tremain, John Simes, Michelle Dow, and Kirsty Hunt; Iain Matcham who helped with html coding; and Mike Dallwitz and colleagues at CSIRO Australia who conceived and developed the DELTA system many years ago and whose efforts are still bearing fruit.
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"J.I. Raine, D.C. Mildenhall, E.M. Kennedy (2011).
New Zealand fossil spores and pollen: an illustrated catalogue. 4th edition.
GNS Science miscellaneous series no. 4.
© GNS Science, 2011
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Dallwitz (1980) and Dallwitz, Paine and Zurcher (1993, 1999) should also be cited (see References).