search the herbarium database of Aarhus University with records of plant collections from Ecuador, Thailand, and Western Africa (Senegal, Burkina Faso).
This website provides a unique access to the set of over 15,000 images J. Francis Macbride made in Berlin of material collected in Central and South America from 1778 through May 1930. The 154 plant families represented are predominated by Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Rubiaceae, Melastomataceae, Solanaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Araceae, Acanthaceae, Bromeliaceae and Piperaceae.
Search the herbarium of the Bishop Museum for plant specimens
This site provides access to all the specimens databased so far in the herbarium.
Search the Field museum botany specimen collections
Global Plants contains the contributed collections of more than 300 herbaria from around the globe. There are nearly two million high-resolution type specimens currently in the Global Plants database, and this number will continue to grow. Researchers and students can also access reference works and primary sources—such as collectors’ correspondence and diaries, paintings, drawings, and photographs—contributed by partners.
New York Botanical Garden authorized users only.
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.
Search the Indonesian Institute of Sciences specimen database for botany
The INCT - Virtual Herbarium of Flora and Fungi promotes free and open access to data, information, and tools available to any individual or group. The INCT Virtual Herbarium of Flora and Fungi aims to provide to society, the government and the scientific community an open infrastructure of publicly available data integrating information from the country’s herbarium collections and repatriating data on collections made on Brazilian soil deposited abroad.
This website provides access to the NHN herbarium specimens and images. The NHN herbarium database incorporates data from various sources. A majority of records relate to specimens held at one of the NHN herbaria (Leiden, Utrecht & Wageningen). The database also contains records of duplicates sent to other herbaria, specimens databased for taxonomic revision and from areas of special interest to NHN, for instance Gabon.
Search the Natural History Museum, London for specimens: botany, entomology, mineralology, palaeontology, zoology
This page gives access to RBGE's searchable databases, including the Catalogue of the Living Collections, the Library Catalogue, and some RBGE project sites. Most of the databases have been developed within RBGE Science Division. Also links to other searchable plant databases.
We are in the process of digitizing our collections, which should enable international users to have quick access to botanical collections from the herbaria B, BAK, BRNU, CHER, ERE, FT, GAT, GJO, GZU, HAL, HERZ JE, KFTA, KUFS, LAGU, LECB, LW, LWKS, LWS, LZ, MJG, OLD, PRC, TBI, TGU, W and WU. It is our main goal to provide a unified and jointly administered specimen management system for the participating herbaria. Special attention is paid to providing images for all material online and especially high resolution images for type collections.
The BGBM offers on-line access to 218155 specimen records with 152967 high-resolution images from 230 countries from its herbarium holdings.
Information and the images that have been collected about Elaphoglossum.
A database driven, specimen based, illustrated checklist of the flowering plants of the Nouragues Nature Reserve
Over 175,000 scientific research articles and more than 20,000 paintings, photographs, drawings, and other images.
New York Botanical Garden authorized users only.
A worldwide monograph and phylogenetic study of the fern genus Megalastrum (Dryopteridaceae)
Solanaceae Source aims to produce a worldwide taxonomic monograph of all species in the genus Solanum.
Approximately 90,563 vascular plant type specimens from the New York Botanical Garden Herbarium.
This virtual catalog brings together all the autographical identification cards of botanists published in the journal Candollea from 1972 to 1979.
The Economic Botany Collection (EBC) is one of the largest collections of specimens at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It contains about 85,000 plant raw materials and artifacts representing all aspects of craft and daily life worldwide, including medicines, textiles, basketry, dyes, gums and resins, foods and woods.
ePIC is a major project to bring together all of Kew's digitised information about plants and make it easier to search. You can use it to pinpoint information of interest in our varied collections, bibliographies, nomenclators and checklists, publications and taxonomic works, as well as links to information resources provided by external organisations.
This site provides access to those specimen records and images available digitally through the Herbarium Catalogue.
a biodiversity specimen database run by the Mexican federal biodiversity commission
This online database provides integrated access to data on the plants of The Morton Arboretum living collections and herbarium, as well as to our interactive collections map, scanned herbarium sheets, and photographs of living plants. This dataset encompasses more than 222,000 live plants representing nearly 4,300 taxa and nearly 60,000 databased herbarium specimens. The system represents an accumulation of living plant and herbarium information dating back to the founding of the Arboretum in 1922.