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 Angus K. Gholson Herbarium Collection (in development) John Bartram's Botany St. Augustine to Picolata
 Floristic Inventory of Dudley Farm Historic State Park Flora of Ordway-Swisher Biological Station
 Floristic Inventory of Kanapaha Botanical Gardens Plant Species Introduced in Florida
 Floristic Inventory of the University of Florida Campus Potentially Poisonous Florida Plant Species
 Insectivorous Florida Plant Species UF Herbarium Type Specimens
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DIGITAL IMAGING PROJECTS


Support for the herbarium's computerization effort is provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, UF / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, United States Department of Agriculture (Hatch Project FLAS-HRB-04170), UF Libraries Digital Library Center, Florida Center for Library Automation and the Florida Museum Associates.


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University of Florida Herbarium collections:
Vascular Plants | Herbarium Library
Bryophyte and Lichens | Mycological
Wood | Paleobotany (affiliated collection)
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