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  1. An Account of the Herbarium of the University of Oxford by George Claridge Druce, 2010-07-24
  2. Mein erstes Herbarium. Blumen sammeln und pressen. by Claudia Toll, Ilka Sokolowski, et all 2003-01-01
  3. Index of Collectors in the Edinburgh Herbarium by Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden, 1970-06
  4. Thesaurus Capensis or Illustrations of the South African Flora being Figures and Brief Descriptions of South African Plants selected from the Dublin University Herbarium Vol I by William H Harvey, 1859
  5. Mededeelingen van s Rijks Herbarium (Dutch Edition) by Rijksherbarium Rijksherbarium, 2010-05-14
  6. Studies of Pacific Island plants, XV;: The genus Elaeocarpus in the New Hebrides, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga (Contributions from the United States National Herbarium) by Albert C Smith, 1953
  7. Icones Plantarum: Or Figures with Brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks of New Or Rare Plants Selected from the Author's Herbarium by William Jackson Hooker, Joseph Dalton Hooker, 2010-02-22
  8. Hand Book to the Herbarium, Containing Botanical and English Names of All British Flowering Plants by George Dixon, 2008-12-09
  9. Revisions of North American grasses (United States National Museum Contributions from the United States National Herbarium) by A. S Hitchcock, 1920
  10. Contributions From the United States National Herbarium: V. 34 1957-1968 by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27
  11. Neuer Schlussel Zu Rumph's Herbarium Amboinense (1866) (German Edition) by Justus Karl Hasskarl, 2010-09-10
  12. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Volume 10
  13. Icones Plantarum: Or Figures, with Brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks, of New Or Rare Plants, Selected from the Author's Herbarium, Volume 3 by William Jackson Hooker, Joseph Dalton Hooker, 2010-02-22
  14. An Herbarium for the Fair: Being a Book of Common herbs, with etchings, Together with Curious Notes on Their histories and Uses for the furtherance of Loveliness and Love by Thomas Fassam, 1949

61. Hendes Majestćt Dronning Ingrids Herbarium
Information om Gr sten Slotshave som Hendes Majest t Dronning Ingrid i stor udstr kning har pr get.

62. VPlants - A Virtual Herbarium Of The Chicago Region
Searchable and browsable catalog of the herbarium collections of the Morton Arboretum, Field Museum, and Chicago Botanic Garden, including photos of many of the plant specimens.
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vPlants : a Virtual Herbarium of the Chicago Region.
The online resource for Plants and Fungi offering:
  • Specimen data and images Species descriptions * Distribution by county Photo galleries *
Description Pages, Features in production Keys Currently the site contains data for 80,000 plant specimens from three institutions with rich Chicago Region collections: the Field Museum of Natural History, The Morton Arboretum, and the Chicago Botanic Garden. Species descriptions and other content are added on a continual basis. Specimen data from additional institutions such as the Chicago Academy of Sciences and the Illinois Natural History Survey will be added. We have also been in contact with other herbaria in the Great Lakes area such as the University of Wisconsin and University of Michigan regarding the possibility of adding or linking their Chicago Region specimen data through vPlants. This project is a first step towards building a larger online database for plants and fungi that occur in the Great Lakes area and beyond. Why the Chicago Region?

63. Wisconsin State Herbarium, University Of Wisconsin - Madison
A museum collection of dried, labeled plants of state, national and international importance, which is used extensively for taxonomic and ecological research, as well as for teaching and public service. It contains the world s largest collection of Wisconsin plants, about one-third of its 1,000,000 specimens having been collected within the state.
W ISCONSIN S TATE H ERBARIUM The University of Wisconsin-Madison Herbarium, founded in 1849, is a museum collection of dried, labeled plants of state, national and international importance, which is used extensively for taxonomic and ecological research, as well as for teaching and public service. It contains the world's largest collection of Wisconsin plants, about one-third of its 1,000,000 specimens having been collected within the state. Most of the world's floras are well represented, and the holdings from certain areas, such as the Upper Midwest, eastern North America and western Mexico, are widely recognized as resources of global significance. Here is more information regarding the Wisconsin State Herbarium.
Wisconsin State Herbarium - 160 Birge Hall - 430 Lincoln Drive - Madison, Wisconsin U.S.A. 53706-1381
Tel.: 608/262-2792 - Fax: 608/262-7509

64. Centre For Plant Biodiversity Research
Information about the Australian National Botanic Gardens, Australian plants, access to databases on living plants, herbarium specimens and photographs.
Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research
and Australian National Herbarium
Botanical Research, Conservation, Management and Use of the Australian Flora
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Research Activities
Botanical Information
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65. Herbarium - Burke Museum
Herbarium volunteer Fred Weinmann pressing Nuphar polysepala (spatterdock) on the Herbarium Foray to the Okanogan National Forest

Herbarium at the Burke
Collections WA Flora Checklist PNW Herbaria Portal ... Support Herbarium
Laetiporus conifericola Featured Fungi 2009 Photo by J. Ammirati
Breaking news
Castilleja victoriae , a new species of Indian paintbrush, was recently discovered by Burke researchers. Read more
Herbarium volunteer Fred Weinmann pressing Nuphar polysepala (spatterdock) on the Herbarium Foray to the Okanogan National Forest Photo by Richard G. Olmstead UW Herbarium at the Burke The University of Washington Herbarium (also known as WTU) is an international resource for research into the diversity, distribution and ecology of Pacific Northwest vascular plants, non-vascular plants, fungi, lichen, and algae. With over 600,000 specimens currently in the collections and between 5,000-10,000 specimens added annually, WTU is one of the largest herbaria in the region. A history of WTU can be found here The Herbarium has an active loan and exchange program, and is open to the public. For information about loans or visiting WTU , contact the Collections Manager Support from the National Science Foundation's Biological Research Collections program (2003-2007) led to our databasing over 120,00 Pacific Northwest vascular plant specimens, which are available through our

66. Rhynchospora Latifolia (Bald. Ex Ell.) Thomas
Photograph of this beak-rush in bloom.
Rhynchospora latifolia (Bald. ex Ell.) Thomas Back to index

67. MSU Herbarium
s of the over 530,000 specimens, hours, and loan/exchange policies. Located in East Lansing.......
General Information Lichenology at MSC Databases and Checklists Lichen Database ... Contact Us
The MSU Herbarium :
The MSU Herbarium was founded in 1863 with a donation of a large collection of plants from Michigan and the eastern U.S. Today, we remain focused on plant and fungal diversity from Michigan, but is also rich in plants from Mexico and southeast Asia, and lichens from the Caribbean and the subantarctic region. With over half a million specimens, the MSU Herbarium is among the 50 largest herbaria in the United States.

68. Phylogenetics Of Maxillariinae (Orchidaceae) -HOME PAGE
Information from the University of Florida Herbarium on the tribal and subtribal relationships of this complex family.
Phylogenetics of Maxillariinae (Orchidaceae)
This study is a continuation of our work on other subtribes of the tribe Maxillarieae , especially subtribes Oncidiinae , Stanhopeinae, and Zygopetalinae and is related to a new project on the subtribe Pleurothallidinae.
In recent years, orchid systematists have made great progress in clarifying evolutionary relationships among orchid genera, based largely upon cladistic analyses of both molecular and morphological/anatomical data sets. A well-supported outline of tribal and subtribal relationships is quickly emerging, limited primarily by the rate that rare taxa can be collected and analyzed. As such broad scale studies progress, it is becoming clear that one of the most daunting remaining tasks will be the phylogenetic revision of very large, species rich genera (e.g., Bulbophyllum, Epidendrum, Maxillaria, Pleurothallis ). An even greater problem is that few taxonomists have the years of intensive study and breadth of knowledge to work with these large taxa. For example, few taxonomists are able to accurately identify a randomly-chosen Pleurothallis or Maxillaria species. Existing keys and subgeneric classifications are incomplete and are based upon admittedly artificial classifications.

69. MBG: Research: Herbarium
Introduction The Missouri Botanical Garden’s Herbarium is one of the world’s outstanding research resources for specimens and information on bryophytes and vascular plants. Research Home Search Contact ...



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... Climate Change MO DATABASES: Image Index Rare Books Angiosperm Phylogeny ... All Databases INFORMATION: The Unseen Garden What's New? People at MO Visitor's Guide ... Search Introduction The Missouri Botanical Garden’s Herbarium is one of the world’s outstanding research resources for specimens and information on bryophytes and vascular plants. The collection is limited to these two major groups of organisms. As of 1 January 2009 the collection contained 6,063,826 specimens (5,558,658 vascular plants and 505,168 bryophytes). The Herbarium at MO is divided between two buildings. The Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, Monocots and Dicots through the Fabaceae (family 128) are located in the Lehmann Building, at the south end of the Garden grounds, while Dicot families from Pandaceae (family 128A) through Asteraceae (family 280) are in the Monsanto Center (4500 Shaw Blvd.). The Lehmann Building Photo: Jack Jennings The Monsanto Center Photo: Jack Jennings Visiting the Herbarium The Missouri Botanical Garden Herbarium is open to any visitor with a legitimate reason to consult the collections. However, anyone wishing to study the collections should make arrangements prior to their visit by contacting the Curator of the Herbarium or the Herbarium Secretary.

70. Herbarium Of The University Of Southern Mississippi (USMS)
The Herbarium (USMS) of the University of Southern Mississippi was established in 1963. At that time, the University hired Dr. Samuel B. Jones, Jr., as assistant professor.
In 1968, the University hired another botanist, Dr. Ken E. Rogers, a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee. Dr. Rogers had a keen eye for plants and was a prolific collector. He helped convince the administration of the importance of the Ragland Hills near Hattiesburg, and a prominent supporter of the University, Dr. M. M. Roberts, and his wife donated a sizeable portion of that botanically rich area to the University in 1981. Unfortunately, Dr. Rogers sent most of his material elsewhere, presumably to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (NCU) and the University of Tennessee (TENN). Almost none of his collections remain at USMS today. Dr. Rogers left the University in 1973 because of inappropriate behavior with students and drug production. He was later convicted for marijuana production and received 15 years in prison, from which he escaped and is still at large. Dr. Jean W. Wooten became his replacement in 1974 and is responsible for the majority of the specimens in the USMS herbarium today. As a student of Dr. Robert Godfrey at Florida State University, she recognized the importance of herbaria and of collections in general. Only three or four cases of collections existed when she arrived, but gifts from Dr. Godfrey and an active exchange program helped her to build the herbarium from perhaps a few thousand specimens to about 18,000 specimens by the time she retired in 1993. She did much of the mounting herself. She specialized in aquatic and wetland plants and brought good publicity to the biology program at the University with the publication of Godfrey and Wooten's two volume

71. Hodgdon Herbarium Home Page
Center for biodiversity and endangered species research and evolutionary investigations. Provides links to abstracts, related links, and contact information.
University of New Hampshire
Hodgdon Herbarium
About Library ... Visitors The Hodgdon Herbarium
Monday - Friday (excepting University holidays and during field season)
Spaulding Life Science Building Room G-69
Collections Manager: Dr. Janet Sullivan
Director: Dr. Chris Neefus
Curator of Marine Algae: Dr. Art Mathieson
Department of Biological Sciences

72. Herbaria United Homepage
Web-based volunteer project to digitize and catalog museum and university herbarium collections held in the UK and Ireland.
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    The website of the Botanical Collection Managers Group (BCMG), a specialist group of the Linnean Society of London Welcome to Herbaria United. This is the site where the herbaria in the UK and Ireland are working together to provide an on-line resource for anyone interested in plant collections. This site provides links to on-line UK herbarium resources and contains lots of useful information. There are on-line gazetteers, a handwriting query page, systematic look-up lists (e.g. Kent's List of Vascular Plants of the British Isles) and a collaborative database which ultimately aims to combine the data from all UK and Irish herbaria. We are keen to encourage everyone with a herbarium to become involved with the group and the website. If you have a herbarium and would like to join the group please do not hesitate to contact us
    UK and Irish herbaria
    The herbaria of the UK and Ireland house over 20 million specimens. These date from as far back as the 16th century to the present day. The collections cover the entire globe and reflect the exploration of the world and the rise in the study of natural sciences. They include specimens from early explorers such as Joseph Banks and Charles Darwin, the later extensive collections of Victorian industrialists and collections from modern day biodiversity based expeditions and studies.
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73. Arnold Arboretum
The Arnold Arboretum is a research and educational institution. It manages a collection of hardy trees, shrubs, and vines located in Boston, Massachusetts and associated herbarium and library collections.

74. TAMU Herbarium - Entry Page
entry page for Texas A M Department of Biology Herbarium
Herbarium Tour

Herbarium, Department of Biology not designed for commercial use or publication. Last updated on 3 Sep 2008

75. Colin's Virtual Herbarium
Photo gallery of flowering plants (excluding grasses) of the Canadian prairies, particularly Saskatchewan, by Colin Ladyka.
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76. University And Jepson Herbaria Portal To California Flora
Herbarium The University and Jepson Herbaria of the University of California, Berkeley
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University Herbarium Jepson Herbarium Directory ... See Us on Home About University Herbarium Jepson Herbarium Databases ... Quick Links
Welcome to the Herbaria The University and Jepson Herbaria of the University of California at Berkeley are two collections of pressed plants housed together along with research labs, libraries, and archives. Together the Herbaria hold about 2,200,000 specimens, one of the largest collections in North America. University Herbarium , established in 1895, holds botanical collections from around the world. Jepson Herbarium , established in 1950, specializes in the vascular plants of California. News from the Herbaria NEW ORCHID SPECIES! Ornithidium donaldeedodii. Named for orchidologist Donald Dod, who collected the specimen in Haiti in the 1980s, and who served, in his later years, as a research associate here at the UC Herbarium. Dod died in 2008, at 95.
A living specimen of the new species is blooming at the UC Botanical Garden , and has showy, flame-orange flowers.

77. Dragon Herbarium, Herbs Spices Herbal Tea Tincture Essential Oil
Herbal pharmacy offering bulk herbs, spices, teas, essential oils,and tinctures. Also offers related products and accessories.
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78. Virtual Herbarium
Includes photos of more than 50,000 plant, palm, cycad and other cultivated tropical plants from Florida and taxonomic information on grasses, especially bamboos, and other economically important and interesting plants.

79. University Of Tennessee :: Herbarium - TENN
Databases of fungi, bryophytes, and vascular plants in the collection, located in Knoxville.

80. Herbarium Hompage
Searchable index of plants, plus information on the institution, which was started in 1915 and is located on the campus of the University of Connecticut in Storrs.

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