Resources of Australian Herbaria

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Gauba Herbarium

Updated March 2010

HERBARIUM CODE:

GAUBA

CITES number:

(AU033 - The Australian National University)

HERBARIUM NAME:

Gauba Herbarium

DEPARTMENT / ORGANISATION:

Division of Evolution, Ecology & Genetics, Research School of Biology, The Australian National University

CONTACT DETAILS
Street Address:

Bld 116, Daley Rd, Australian National University

Postal Address:

as above

City:

Canberra

State:

ACT

Postcode:

0200

Telephone:

(02) 6249 0774

Facsimile:

(02) 6249 5573

Email:

mike.crisp@anu.edu.au

Location:

Gould Building, Bld 116

AUTHORITY/STATUS:

University

ACCESS:

by appointment

ASSOCIATED LIVING COLLECTION:

none

FOUNDATION:

1961

FUNCTIONS:

teaching, reference

GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE:

Australia, especially ACT and NSW

TAXONOMIC SCOPE:

all groups, mainly Angiosperms

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NUMBER OF SPECIMENS:

Total

Types

Angiosperms

-

-

Dicots

20000

9

Monocots

5000

-

Gymnosperms

150

-

Pteridophytes

400

-

Mosses

150

-

Liverworts

150

-

Lichens

800

-

Fungi

150

-

Algae

100

-

Fossils

-

-

Wood Samples

-

-

Accessioned

-

-

Unaccessioned

-

-

Computerisation

Status:

-

Database Name:

-

Database Description:

-

Number of Specimen Records:

-

Access:

-

Email and Internet:

-

Additional Collections

Significant Historical Collections:

Erwin Gauba, Lindsay Pryor

Significant Special Collections:

-

Ancillary Collections:

-

Photographic Collections:

-

Botanical Library:

Reference books used for teaching

Staff and Support

Director:

M.D. Crisp

Curator:

-

Manager:

-

Chief Botanist:

-

Taxonomists:

M.D. Crisp

Ecologists/Evolutionary Biologists:

-

Technical Officers:

Kathy Smith

Volunteers:

-

Associates:

-

Associated Research

Taxonomic:

-

Non-Taxonomic:

-

Publications

Relating to the Collection:

-

Relating to the Herbarium:

-

Notes:

Primarily a teaching collection. Part of Gauba’s collection is now in CANB. The Herbarium also houses voucher collections from departmental taxonomic, ecological and other research.


Prepared for the web by Murray Fagg, last updated 24 August, 2011