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  1. Two summers of botanizing in Newfoundland, (Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University) by Merritt Lyndon Fernald, 1927
  2. Manel Armengol: Herbarium by Margaret Hooks, 2008-03-01
  3. Synopsis filicum; or, A synopsis of all known ferns, including the Osmundaceæ, Schizæsveæ, Marattiaceæ, and Ophioglossaceæ (chiefly derived from the Kew herbarium) by William Jackson Hooker, John Gilbert Baker, 2010-08-20
  4. A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain; Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum by British Museum . Dept. of Botany, 2010-01-01
  5. Herbarium Van Oecher Blomme: Gedichte In Aachener Mundart (1878) (German Edition) by Albert Branchart, 2010-02-23
  6. The Old English Herbarium and Medicina de Quadrupedibus (Early English Text Society Original Series) by H J de Vriend, 1984-08-23
  7. Contributions From The United States National Herbarium: Annona Sericea And Its Allies by William E. Safford, 2010-09-10
  8. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium by William R. Maxon, 1922
  9. Die Laubmosse Des Herbariums Des Stella Matutina (1907) (German Edition) by Josef Rompel, 2010-05-23
  10. [Herbarium indexes for all the groups of cryptogams] by Arthur Bliss Seymour, 2010-05-13
  11. Herbarium Pedemontanum Juxta Methodum Naturalem Dispositum: Additis Nonnullis Stirpibus Exoticis Ad Universos Ejusdem Methodi Ordines Exhibendos (Latin Edition) by Luigi Colla, 2010-01-12
  12. Mesostic Herbarium (Small Press) by Alec Finlay, 2005-01-01
  13. Das Herbarium Apuleii: Nach Einer Fruh-Mittelenglischen Fassung (1902) (German Edition)
  14. Neue Compositen Aus Dem Wiener Herbarium (1894) (German Edition) by Friedrich Wilhelm Klatt, 2010-05-23

21. Seed Herbarium | Assembling Your Seed Herbarium
herbariums such as this have the specimens in glass vials and arranged in drawers by family. Each vial has a label containing the identity of the species and other information.
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Assembling a Seed Herbarium
Containers for the Seed Specimens
It's now time to put the herbarium together. We have our identified and collected specimens. The first question is: what are we going to put them in? We need containers and an arrangement that makes this a working collection that can be used for our identification and comparison purposes. Herbariums vary from the simple and inexpensive to the elaborate. They can be as simple as consisting of paper coin envelopes in a shoebox. The paper coin envelopes can have the identification of the specimen and other identifying characteristics written on them. These can be arranged by family, then genera, and species within the shoebox. A couple of drawbacks to this method is that the seeds must be taken out to be observed and the paper envelopes can be breeched by insects that will eat the seed. One can take this a step further and place the seed in plastic, "ziplock" coin envelopes. These allow for observation without removing the seed. The coin envelopes can then be attached to a note card which will contain the identity and characteristics of the seed. Both of these methods have the advantage of taking up little space.

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Indexes Index Herbariorum Index to Botanical Authors Index to Plant Chromosome Numbers Harvard University's Gray Herbarium Index
Botanical Gardens University of Stellenbosch - South Africa
Selmar Schonland Herbarium, University of Rhodes - Grahamstown, South Africa

23. Acknowledgments - Herbariums
Acknowledgments herbariums . Alabama. Steve Ginzbarg Robert R. Haynes - University of Alabama Herbarium Jerome V. Ward - Auburn University Herbarium
Acknowledgments - Herbariums
Jerome V. Ward - Auburn University Herbarium Alaska Alan Batten - University of Alaska Museum Arizona Larry Howery - University of Arizona
- Arizona State University
Kristen Johnson - University of Arizona Herbarium
Suzanne Rhodes - Deaver Herbarium Northern Arizona University
Deb Hill - Harold S. Colton Research Center Museum of Northern Arizona
Dr. Jeff Hogue - Yavapai College Arkansas Dr. Johnnie Gentry - University of Arkansas California Margriet Watherwax - Jepson Herbarium
Michael Simpson - SDSU
Jon P. Rebman - San Diego Natural History Museum Colorado Dr. Jun Wen - CSU Herbarium
Patricia Douglas - CEMML
Tim Hogan - University of Colorado at Boulder Tass Kelso - Colorado College Herbarium Connecticut Lucinda McWeeney - Yale Herbarium Washington DC Kevin P. Conrad - United Station National Arboretum - USDA-ARS - Smithsonian Institution Delaware Florida Kent D. Perkins - University of Florida Herbarium

24. NMSU: Urban Landscaping Water Conservation Coordinating Committee - Botanic Gard
Botanic Gardens and herbariums. Betty Ford Alpine Gardens Colorado. Denver Botanic Garden - Colorado. Intermountain Herbarium - Utah State University
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It is currently calculated that more than 2.5 billion specimens are to be found in natural history museum collections and herbariums throughout the world (DUCKWORTH, GENOWAYS ROSE

26. Herbariums
herbariums in Croatia. MAKARSKA (MAKAR) Herbarium, Institut Planina I More, Malakoloski Muzej, Zrtava Fasizma 1, HR58 300 Makarska, Hrvatska.
Herbariums in Croatia
    MAKARSKA (MAKAR): Herbarium, Institut Planina I More, Malakoloski Muzej, Zrtava Fasizma 1, HR-58 300 Makarska, Hrvatska.
    Correspodent: Jure Radic (phan): Branka Cebin (crypt).
    Telephone: (385 58) 611 256.
    Status: private institution.
    Number of speciments: 2500.
    Herbarium: Dalmatia: all groups, especially marine plants and algae.
    Exchange available: Vascular plants of Dalmatia.
    Wanted: Vascular plants: Mediterranean region.
    Director: Jure Radic, 1920 (Malacology, Mediterranean flora).
    Curator: Branka Cebin, 1960 (Marine bioloogy) Staff: Marko Babic (Geography: botany), Edita Solic, 1946 (Botany: biology). Associated garden: Biokovo Alpine Garden. Periodical and serial works: Acta Biokovica. Center for Marine ROVINJ (RI): Herbarium. esearch, Rudjer Boskovic Institute. HR-52 210 Rovinj, Hrvatska. Correspodent: Nevenka Zovodnik. Telephone: (385 52) 811 544; 811 567. Location: Ulica Giordana Paliaga 5. Status: Private institution. Foundation: 1900. Herbarium: Marine flora of n. Adriatic. Important collection: A. Zaratin.

27. Herbariums And Hortoriums
herbariums and hortoriums Mycology, fungi, plants, lichen. Collections that can potentially be used as reference sources for artists.
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Herbariums, hortoriums: mycology, fungi, plants, lichen
Botanical Research Institute of Texas

509 Pecan Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102-4060
University of Michigan Fungus Collection

3600 Varsity Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108-2287
University and Jepson Herbaria

University of California, Berkeley
1001 Valley Life Sciences Building, # 2465
Berkeley, CA 94720-2465 University of Minnesota Lichen Herbarium St. Paul, MN 55108 University of British Columbia Herbarium Room #3529 6270 University Blvd. Vancouver, BC Canada, V6T 1Z4 Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium Department of Plant Biology Tempe, AZ 85287 Systematic Botany and Mycology Fungal Databases Agricultural Research Service RM.304, Bldg. 011A, BARC-West 10300 Baltimore Ave. Beltsville, MD 20705-2350 Colorado State University Herbarium Department of Biology Fort Collins, CO 80523-1878

28. - Why Use Herbariums
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29. Cochise County Herbarium
Veterinarians often use herbariums to help identify plants suspected to be the cause of pet or livestock poisonings. Horticulturists often use herbariums to identify plants that grow

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What is a Herbarium? Herbaria are museums which house pressed, mounted and labeled plant specimens. These specimens and their labels provide knowledge of plant species, plant variation, plant names, ethnobotanical information, genetic information and plant locations. Herbaria are utilized in teaching and research. While they may be very large, housing millions of specimens from around the world, local herbaria play very important roles in their communities.
How Can The Cochise County Herbarium Help You? The sky islands and San Pedro River contribute to the unique habitats found in Cochise County. The CCH records and is a repository for plant species from these areas, reflecting the variation and diversity present in Cochise County and surrounding areas. It is a place where the general public, as well as professionals, can find information specific to the area regarding:
  • Plant Identification
  • Habitat
  • Phenology
  • Range
  • Ethnobotanical Information
  • Plant Resources
Those who may find the CCH a valuable resource include:
  • Research botanists who use herbariums to conduct research on plants, discover and describe new species, inventory plants in specific areas and document species that belong to particular groups (eg. cacti, ocotillo, etc.)

30. Herbarium: Definition From
Most universities maintain herbariums. Notable herbariums in the United States include the Gray Herbarium at Harvard and those at the U.S. National Museum (of the Smithsonian

31. Coffea
Databasing and imaging of a coffee collection Nomenclatural types of taxa in coffee (Rubiaceae, genus Coffea) and false coffee (Rubiaceae, genera Argocoffeopsis, Belonophora
Databasing and imaging of a coffee collection
Nomenclatural types of taxa in coffee (Rubiaceae, genus Coffea ) and false coffee (Rubiaceae, genera Argocoffeopsis, Belonophora, Calycosiphonia, Psilanthus, Sericanthe and Tricalysia
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This project is run under the umbrella of " Biodiversity Resources in Belgium " (a project of the Belgian Federal Office for Scientific, Technical and Cultural affairs ). It aims at developing a prototype of a computerized catalogue of nomenclatural types linked with digitized images on the internet. The nomenclatural types in the National Botanic Garden (BR) (see departement vascular plants and history of the herbarium S.P. ) belong to the most important biodiversity collections in Belgium.
This project follows a new policy of the herbarium that wants to give rapidly and electronically available information of specimens of the herbarium.
On the long term, the National Botanic Garden of Belgium wants to develop an information system with regard to the ca. 25,000 nomenclatural types kept in its collections.
Coffee and false coffee have been chosen for the prototype because they reflect the tropical African taxonomic interest of the National Botanic Garden of Belgium (BR). The genera of coffee and false coffee have recently been revised, mostly at BR (see

32. NPSO - Resources
herbariums. Oregon State University Herbarium; Portland State University Herbarium; Arboretums/Botanic gardens. Berry Botanic Garden; Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
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Native plant societies
Arboretums/Botanic gardens
Floras, nomenclature, etc.
Non-profit/educational agencies
Government agencies
Yellow starthistle
Noxious/invasive species
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Field Guides
Field Guide to the Sedges of the Pacific Northwest Barbara L. Wilson, Richard Brainerd, Danny Lytjen, Bruce Newhouse, and Nick Otting. Oregon State University Press (2008).

33. Other Lichen Sites
Collections, this site offers links to a number of herbariums throughout the world (maintained by ParisLondon-University of Salzburg) Journals
Other Lichen Sites
Lichens are most sensitive part of the Lapland Forest Damage Project
Atmospheric sulfur dioxide background research
from the Kansas Collaborative Research Network
Lichen Distribution in an Old Growth Forest Ecosystem on Southern Vancouver Island
from Pearson College
: biomonitoring studies in progress at the Wisconsin DNR, Bureau of Air Management NPLichen: A National Park Service Lichen Database from the University of Minnesota
Lichens: As Barometers for Pollution
from the Linnean Society of London
The Lichen Order Caliciales
Ecology of the Caliciales

Morphology and Anatomy of the Caliciales

Keys to Genera and Species of the Caliciales In Norway
Insular Patterns of Calcioid Lichens in a Boreal Old-Growth Forest-Wetland Mosaic
Elementary Education
Fun with Lichens from Oregon State University
General Information
Lichen Information System: What's new? from Paris-Lodron-University of Salzburg
Welcome to The Lichens
from Kochi University
Welcome to The World of Lichenology
from the University of Hawaii at Maoa
U.S. National Herbarium:

34. Herbarium Mycologicum Of The National Botanic Garden Of Belgium
Herbarium Mycologicum The mycological herbarium of the National Botanic Garden of Belgium houses a large collection of dried specimens. The amount of herbarium specimens is

35. Herbarium – Wikipedia
Herbarium holding the world's largest collection of Texas plant specimens. Site offers history, and information about staff and facility use.
aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Vitellaria paradoxa , Herbarbeleg aus dem Herbarium Senckenbergianum Trockenofen für Herbarbelege aus einem Gaskocher und einem Holzgestell, Herbarium der Universität Ouagadougou Ein Herbarium oder Herbar (v. lat. herba = Kraut) ist eine Sammlung getrockneter und gepresster Pflanzen bzw. Pflanzenteile für wissenschaftliche Zwecke. Einzelne Pflanzen bzw. ihre Teile sind dabei als Einheit erkennbar auf einem Herbarbogen aufgeklebt.
Bearbeiten Anlegen eines Herbariums
Um ein Herbarium anzulegen, müssen zunächst Pflanzen gesammelt werden. Früher wurden dazu Botanisiertrommeln benutzt, heute erfüllen Kunststofftüten diesen Zweck. Die Pflanzen sollte man pressen, bevor sie welken, da sonst wichtige Merkmale wie Blattform und Blütenaufbau nicht mehr gut erkennbar sind. Um die Pflanzen zu pressen, verwendet man entweder spezielle Gitterpflanzenpressen mit Zugfedern oder im einfachen Fall legt man die Pflanze zwischen Zeitungspapier und Holzplatten und beschwert diese (z.B. mit schweren Büchern). Das Papier sollte bei sehr feuchten Pflanzen jeden Tag gewechselt werden, sonst alle zwei Tage.
Bearbeiten Zweck eines Herbariums
Ein Herbarium erlaubt dem Botaniker , Pflanzen unterschiedlicher Herkünfte zu vergleichen und unsichere Bestimmungen zu überprüfen („Vergleichsherbar“) oder Vorkommen bestimmter Arten an ihren Wuchsorten nachzuweisen („Belegherbar“). Durch Auswertung älterer Herbarien lassen sich nicht selten Änderungen in der Häufigkeit oder Verschiebungen der Verbreitungsgebiete nachzeichnen. Das spätere (Neu-)

36. Plants For Maricopa County
herbariums Arizona State University, Vascular Plant Image Library; Arizona State University, Vascular Plant Herbarium; The University of Arizona, Herbarium
Plants for Maricopa County

37. DECC | Weed Identification Resources
Weeds Australia has a good overview of preserving plant specimens and herbariums. The Australian National Herbarium in Canberra has a plant enquiry service.
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Weed identification resources
Environmental weeds can cause substantial damage to natural ecosystems, but it's not always easy to tell when a plant is a weed. If your garden seems to be 'going bush' or you've noticed a plant that seems out of place or that's dominating a natural habitat, you can use these resources to identify a weed and find out if it is a weed in your area. Remember that Australian native plants can become weeds outside their native range too. Plants that are native to your area may be listed as weeds on websites from other parts of the world, so make sure you find out the native range of plant before treating it as a weed.
As a starting point, many of these online resources have good quality photos and list plants by common and scientific names. You could also enter a plant name into your favourite internet search engine to find information or images.

38. Seed Identification | Identify Seeds
Seed Identification Using Seed herbariums. A seed herbarium is a standardized collection of seeds with a known identity. These may be arranged phylogenically from less complex plant
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Seed Identification
and How to Identify Seeds
Seed Identification can be both a science and an art. Some seed scientists use "seed keys" to identify seeds, others visualization, and most use both depending upon what experience they have in the field and what they are trying to identify. Unfortunately, only the most common agricultural and weed seeds have been described, drawn, or photographed. This makes identifying less common seeds harder.
Seed Identification: the Basics
No matter how you are going to identify seeds, there are some important characteristics that you have to view to come to the identity of any seed species.
  • Size Shape Texture Color
When it comes to size, you need to look at overall size of the seed and then the size of each of the seed's individual parts. The same is true of shape and texture. What is the overall shape? What is the shape of each of the individual parts. Does the seed have an overall texture and what is it? Do any of the individual parts have a texture of their own?

39. Herbarium Supply Online | Herbarium Supplies For Universities And Botanists
Supplies for herbaria and field botanists. Based in Menlo Park, California.
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40. Herbarium - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In botany, a herbarium (plural herbaria) – sometimes known by the Anglicized term herbar – is a collection of preserved plant specimens. These specimens may be whole plants or
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Herbarium specimens of various Nepenthes at the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris France In botany , a herbarium (plural: herbaria ) – sometimes known by the Anglicized term herbar – is a collection of preserved plant specimens. These specimens may be whole plants or plant parts: these will usually be in a dried form, mounted on a sheet, but depending upon the material may also be kept in alcohol or other preservative. The same term is often used in mycology to describe an equivalent collection of preserved fungi The term can also refer to the building where the specimens are stored, or the scientific institute that not only stores but researches these specimens. The specimens in a herbarium are often used as reference material in describing plant taxa ; some specimens may be types
edit Specimen preservation
Preparing a plant for mounting To preserve their form and color, plants collected in the field are spread flat on sheets of newsprint and dried, usually in a plant press, between blotters or absorbent paper. The specimens, which are then mounted on sheets of stiff white paper, are labeled with all essential data, such as date and place found, description of the plant, altitude, and special habitat conditions. The sheet is then placed in a protective case. As a precaution against insect attack, the pressed plant is frozen or poisoned and the case disinfected.

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