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Temporal range: Eocene
|Photomicrographs of Fischeripollis pollen (1–5) taken at 788x magnification|
F. halensis was described based on fossilised pollen from sediments in the Hale Basin of central Australia, dated to the middle-late Eocene ( ). F. krutschei was discovered in Saxony, Germany. F. undulatus was also native to Europe.
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