Over 180,000 specimens of which about 100,000 correspond to type specimens of vascular plants and mosses. Also included are fungi, lichens, bryophytes, and algae.
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Only titles in the public domain (published before 1923) available in full text.
This online collection features selected catalogs from American nursery companies. For an overview of the entire collection, visit the Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection, a part of the National Agricultural Library's Special Collections.
Herba Atlas has been created to provide a generally available support tool for identification of weeds and acquiring knowledge on their most important properties. Herba is therefore intended for a wide range of users - universities, high school students, teachers, farmers, employees in the municipal sphere, gardeners, and many others. Works as a translation dictionary as well as explanatory dictionary.
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.
The database for all the taxonomic entities held in the Herbarium Centrale Italicum (HCI) relative to the Italian territory, past and current.The database refers to both phanerogamic and fern and fern-allies names.
The home page is in Hungarian, but it is possible to search for words (=szavak), specimen ID (=azonosító), original name (=eredeti név), text of label (cédulaszöveg), revising person (=revideáló) and for the taxon name after revision(s) (=revízió utáni név). Use wildcards as *: any text; !: one character; ?: in place of 0 or 1
Search the digitized type specimens held in the museum. Also search the taxonomic entities held in the Herbarium Centrale Italicum relative to the Italian Regions.
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Select articles available in full text. Some available to New York Botanical Garden authorized users only.
The permanent collection of architectural, engineering and landscape documentation at the Library of Congress consists of measured and interpretive drawings, large-format black and white and color photographs, written historical and descriptive data, and original field notes. The collection captures the American experience through approximately 40,000 recorded historic structures and sites, from American Indian cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde to space-age technology at Cape Canaveral.
Bibliography of articles, books and other materials regarding the American Nursery industry
To qualify as a hotspot, a region must meet two strict criteria: it must contain at least 1,500 species of vascular plants (> 0.5 percent of the world’s total) as endemics, and it has to have lost at least 70 percent of its original habitat.