The herbarium and the associated paleobotanical collection have combined holdings of approximately 1/2 million specimens. Vascular plant, bryophyte, lichen, wood and paleobotanical collections and the herbarium library are located in the Florida Museum of Natural History at Dickinson Hall. The fungal collection is located in building 168. Please refer to each collection's pages for information on administrative contacts and policies. Researchers planning a visit to a collection should make prior arrangements with the administrator in charge of the collection.
- Vascular Plants - Florida, the southeastern United States coastal plain, West Indies, esp. Haiti (online catalog, specimen images)
- Algae - the overwhelming majority are macroalgae from the United States and adjacent international waters.
- Bryophytes and Lichens - Florida and tropical areas, especially Costa Rica, Venezuela and Brazil
- Wood - worldwide, especially tropical
- Fungal Herbarium - Florida fungi, especially agarics and polypores
- Paleobotany (affiliated collection) - international, ranging from the Proterozoic to the Pleistocene
- Herbarium Library - literature pertinent to the naming and classification of vascular plants (plant taxonomy and nomenclature) including floras, monographs, journals, reprints and maps.
- History of the University of Florida Herbarium
Procedures and Policies (vascular plant, bryophyte and lichen collections)
- Synopsis of Herbarium Policies - an overview of our policies regarding hours, office space, the library and general conduct.
- Resources and Services Guide for UF Faculty, Staff, Students and Other Researchers - a guide to the collections and services available in the Herbarium.