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Botanical Gardens Directories


American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta (AABGA).

Part of "Environment Australia", a program of the Federal Government: Australian National Botanic Gardens.

! Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley (UCMP): Botanical Collection Catalogs. An extensive list of gardens and cultures and herbaria and museums.

! BiologyBrowser (produced by Thomson Scientific). This is a free web site offering resources for the life sciences information community. Go to: Subject > Botany > Botanical gardens.

! Botanique (Herald 21): Directory of Botanical Resources. Go to: Gardens, Arboreta & Nature Sites of North America. Botanique is the portal to over 2100 gardens, arboreta, and nature sites for the USA and Canada. See also: TOUR GARDENS and ARBORETA of the US and CANADA lists more than 1600 botanical and display gardens and arboreta.

Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung (BLE), Germany: Inventory of biological research collections in Germany (ZEFOD): ZEFOD ("Zentralregister biologischer Forschungssammlungen in Deutschland") is an information system on botanical and zoological research collections in Germany. Find information about botanical gardens, herbaria and colllections of algae. Go to: Botanic gardens in Germany (in German).

! dmoz: Science: Institutions: Botanical Gardens and Arboreta.

! Google Directory:
Gardening > History > Histories of Famous Gardens > Botanic Gardens,
Regional > Europe > United Kingdom > Recreation and Sports > Home and Garden > Gardening > Gardens > Botanic Gardens and Arboreta, and
Science > Biology > Botany > Institutions > Botanical Gardens and Arboreta.

J.R. Hoppe & E. Boos, Department of Systematic Botany, Ulm University, Germany: Botanical Garden Information System. Excellent!

SysTax. A database system for systematics and taxonomy. The SysTax database system comprises concept-based botanical and zoological systematics, literature, botanic gardens, herbaria, and zoological collections, etc. Go to:
Taxon Browser, Botany.

Verband Botanischer Gärten e.V. (in German): Go to: Informationssystem Botanischer Gärten. Botanical garden information system.

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Selected Botanical Gardens


The Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University
Chicago Botanic Garden
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Research, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
Missouri Botanical Garden
The New York Botanical Garden, The Bronx, New York
San Antonio Botanical Garden
The United States National Arboretum
Julius-von-Sachs-Institute of Biological Sciences with Botanical Garden, University of Würzburg












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Herbaria


Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley (UCMP): Botanical Collection Catalogs. An extensive list of gardens and cultures and herbaria and museums.

! BiologyBrowser (produced by Thomson Scientific). This is a free web site offering resources for the life sciences information community. Go to: Subject > Museums > Herbaria.

Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung (BLE), Germany: Inventory of biological research collections in Germany (ZEFOD): ZEFOD ("Zentralregister biologischer Forschungssammlungen in Deutschland") is an information system on botanical and zoological research collections in Germany. Find information about botanical gardens, herbaria and colllections of algae. Go to: Herbarien (in German).

! The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN): CHIN is a national centre of excellence that provides a visible face to Canada's heritage through the world of networked information. Go to:
Artefacts Canada, Natural Sciences. Artefacts Canada Natural Sciences is a database based on the collections information provided by contributing museums. Images are displayed when available! Go to:
Botany,
Palynology, or
Palaeontology
.

David L. Dilcher, Paleobotany Laboratory, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL: Dilcher's Swamp/Woods Leaf Images.

! The Field Museum, Chicago, IL: Neotropical Herbarium Specimens. Herbarium collections online. Excellent!

The University of Florida Herbarium (a unit of the Department of Natural History of the Florida Museum of Natural History). Databases and Images. The UF Herbarium´s collection databases and image galleries provide interactive, virtual access. Go to:
Search or Browse All Images Available in the Catalog.

Harvard University Herbaria.

! P.K. Holmgren & N.H. Holmgren, The New York Botanical Garden: Index Herbariorum. A global directory of public herbaria and associated staff. Included in the on-line edition of Index Herbariorum is information for 3,382 herbaria in 168 countries and 10,475 staff members associated with these herbaria.

Department of Phanerogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm: The Linnean Herbarium. The specimens were once distributed by Linnaeus to his disciples and eventually they became part of the collections of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, subsequently the Swedish Museum of Natural History. The Linnean herbarium at the Swedish Museum of Natural History comprises some 4000 herbarium specimens, several of which are types formally designated by various experts.

Department of Plant Sciences, Tel Aviv University: A List of World Herbaria. Meta Indexes

The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), New York: Index Herbariorum. Index Herbariorum, a joint project of the International Association for Plant Taxonomy (IAPT) and NYBG, is a detailed directory of 3000+ public herbaria of the world and the 8800+ staff members associated with them. Searching by institution, city, state, acronym, staff member, correspondent, and research specialty (search for: paleobotany or palaeobotany). Telephone and fax numbers and e-mail and URL addresses are included.

! Department of Plant Sciences, Oxford University: Virtual Field Herbarium. Thousands of images of plants, especially tropical ones. Most images are linked to herbarium specimens. The website includes a glossary of botanical terms and links to the literature relevant to field guides.

! Department of Phanerogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History: Linnean herbarium (S-LINN): Superbly done!

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