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IFPNI provides an authoritative online, open-access, community-generated registry of fossil plant nomenclature as a service to the global scientific community. Dynamic data base documents all nomenclatural novelties (new scientific names of extinct organisms) and associated data, including registration of the scientific publications containing nomenclatural acts and authors generated taxonomic literature in palaeobotany and palaeontology in general, and allied disciplines.
A Directory of Public and Private Gardens for Garden Lovers to Visit. American and Irish gardens listed. Find the nearest botanical garden, arboretum, rose garden, water garden, rock garden, herb garden, Japanese garden, zoo or park!
Collectors who have contributed a considerable number of specimens to the Göttingen herbarium are presented. Names, dates, and a short biography of the collectors are given as well as information about the herbarium housing the main collection of the botanist, and a short description of the holdings in the Göttingen herbarium.
"IndExs" comprises information on titles, abbreviations and bibliography of exsiccatae. Exsiccatae are defined here as "published, uniform, numbered sets of preserved specimens distributed with printed labels" (Pfister 1985).
a comprehensive database of exotic plant names and weed distribution records for five states in the northwestern United States. Noxious weed listings are provided for all US states and six southern tier Canadian provinces. The INVADERS web site contains actual examples of how land management and weed regulatory agencies are using these data to improve their weed management programs.
CNPS has tracked plants that are rare from a statewide perspective since the late 1960's with over 2,000 taxa currently considered by CNPS to be rare statewide. The mission of the CNPS Rare Plant Program is to develop current, accurate information on the distribution, ecology, and conservation status of California's rare and endangered plants, and to use this information to promote science-based plant conservation in California.
to create an easily accessible database with reliable information on species names and their hierarchical classification. The database will be reviewed periodically to ensure high quality with valid classifications, revisions, and additions of newly described species. The ITIS includes documented taxonomic information of flora and fauna from both aquatic and terrestrial habitats.