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University of Florida Herbarium Library

[University of Florida Herbarium]

The University of Florida Herbarium maintains a non-circulating reference library of publications pertinent to the naming and classification of vascular plants (plant taxonomy and nomenclature). The literature in this collection contains descriptions, geographical ranges and keys for differentiating species of vascular plants, as well as information regarding latin plant names (nomenclature), plant collectors and economic botany.

This web-searchable computerized catalog includes only a portion of our book, reprint and journal holdings. In-house file card catalogs and staff are available to assist in locating other holdings.

Books and journals are also steadily being entered into the UF Libraries catalog, Aleph. Herbarium entries are clearly denoted in this catalog. The advanced search option with "herbarium" as location will limit searches to herbarium library entries.

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[University of Florida Herbarium]
Other University of Florida Herbarium collections:
Vascular Plants | Bryophytes and Lichens
Wood | Fungal
Paleobotany (affiliated collection)
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