Resources of Australian Herbaria

Compiled by K.J.Cowley & J.G.West on behalf of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH)


ANBG-CPBR > CHAH > Herbarium Resources > herbaria

Monash University Herbarium

HERBARIUM CODE:

Monash University (MUCV) bryophyte collection is now housed at MELU.

CITES number:

AU045 (Prior to 11 Jan, 2002 CITES number was MUCV)

HERBARIUM NAME:

Monash University Herbarium

DEPARTMENT / ORGANISATION:

Department of Biological Sciences, Monash University

CONTACT DETAILS
Street Address:

Wellington Road

Postal Address:

Department of Biological Sciences, Monash University, Clayton

City:

Melbourne

State:

Victoria

Postcode:

3168

Telephone:

(03) 9905 5624

Facsimile:

(03) 9905 5613

Email:

Firstname.Lastname@sci.monash.edu.au

Location:

Department of Biological Sciences, Monash University

AUTHORITY/STATUS:

University

ACCESS:

 

ASSOCIATED LIVING COLLECTION:

Botany System Garden. Curator

FOUNDATION:

 

FUNCTIONS:

1973

GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE:

.

TAXONOMIC SCOPE:

Victorian and Australian with the emphasis on South Eastern Australian plants.

  pie-chart

NUMBER OF SPECIMENS:

Total

Types

Angiosperms

7000

-

Dicots

6000

-

Monocots

1000

-

Gymnosperms

100

-

Pteridophytes

200

-

Mosses

-

-

Liverworts

*

-

Lichens

-

-

Fungi

-

-

Algae

4000

-

Fossils

-

-

Wood Samples

-

-

Accessioned

-

-

Unaccessioned

-

-

 

* Note: The Bryology collection has been transferred to MELU

Computerisation

Status:

-

Database Name:

-

Database Description:

-

Number of Specimen Records:

-

Access:

-

Email and Internet:

-

Additional Collections

Significant Historical Collections:

-

Significant Special Collections:

-

Ancillary Collections:

-

Photographic Collections:

-

Botanical Library:

-

Staff and Support

Director:

-

Curator:

Russell Dixon

Manager:

-

Chief Botanist:

-

Taxonomists:

M. Burd (Angiosperm reproductive ecology),
M.N.Clayton (marine Phaeophyta reproduction and taxonomy),
N.D.Hallam (Australian native orchids, Eucalyptus, marine Phaeophyta)

Ecologists/Evolutionary Biologists:

-

Technical Officers:

-

Volunteers:

Beth Gott (Australian Aboriginal ethnobotany, Australian Lactuceae, Microseris.)

Associates:

-

Associated Research

Taxonomic:

-

Non-Taxonomic:

-

Publications

Relating to the Collection:

-

Relating to the Herbarium:

-

Notes:

-


Prepared for the web by Murray Fagg, last updated 4 June, 2003