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Resources of Australian Herbaria

K.J. Cowley and J.G. West (compilers)
Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research

On behalf of
The Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH)

Printed Publication date: 1999*

( *Entries for most herbaria updated on web as indicated)


Table of Contents

Full introductory pages and contents from the printed version 1999

Foreword

Introduction

Council of Heads of Australian Herbaria

Quick guide for the intending users of Australian herbaria

Acknowledgements

Location Map

Code / Herbarium Name (with date of most recent web update)

AD State Herbarium of South Australia (Feb 2013)

ADT (Now part of Tasmanian Herbarium, HO) [archive Australian Antarctic Division Herbarium] (April 2010)

BRI Queensland Herbarium (December 2015)

BRIP Queensland Plant Pathology Herbarium (March 2010)

CANB Australian National Herbarium (January 2014)

CNS Australian Tropical Herbarium (June 2010)

CFSHB North Coast Regional Botanic Garden Herbarium (March 2010)

CSU Charles Sturt University, School of Agriculture Herbarium (Feb 2006)

DAR New South Wales, Plant Pathology Herbarium (May 2010)

DNA - NT Northern Territory Herbarium (March 2013)

ERBG Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens Herbarium - Wallace Herbarium (March 2012)

GAUBA Gauba Herbarium (March 2010)

HO Tasmanian Herbarium (December 2013)

JCT James Cook University Herbarium (March 2010)

KPBG Kings Park and Botanic Garden Herbarium (July 2010)

MBA (Now part of Australian Tropical Herbarium, CNS)
[archive
Queensland Herbarium (Mareeba) (Sept 2006)

MEL National Herbarium of Victoria (April 2010)

MELU The University of Melbourne Herbarium (April 2010)

MUCV Monash University Herbarium

NE N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium (July 2010)

NSW National Herbarium of New South Wales (June 2010)

PERTH Western Australian Herbarium (July 2013)

PRH (KARR) Pilbara Regional Herbarium (Institution closed with specimens returned to PERTH 2006).

QRS (Now part of Australian Tropical Herbarium, CNS) [archive Australian National Herbarium (Atherton) ] (Sept 2006)

SYD John Ray Herbarium (Dec 2006)

UNSW John T. Waterhouse Herbarium (April 2010)

UWA University of Western Australia Herbarium (Dec 2008)

VPRI National Collection of Fungi, Bundoora Herbarium (May 2014)

WAC Plant Pathology Culture Collection (June 2010)

WOLL The Janet Cosh Herbarium (April 2010)

Appendices

Appendix 1 Institutions with predominantly vascular plant collections: >150 000 specimens

Appendix 2 Institutions with predominantly vascular plant collections: <150 000 specimens

Appendix 3 Institutions with predominantly non-vascular plant collections

Appendix 4 The National Collection: Taxonomic Groups (%)

Appendix 5 The National Collection: Institution Holdings (%)

Appendix 6 Collection database status

Contact Details (April 2007)

Index to Institutions by City


Prepared for the web by Murray Fagg, last updated 18 December, 2015
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