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fern collection statistics/diversity

  • Subject: fern collection statistics/diversity
  • From: Holly Forbes <hforbes@berkeley.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 14:13:03 -0800

Dear Fernnet,

The University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley has a diverse fern collection (500 accessions, 340 taxa, 84% of wild origin with data, 59% with a herbarium voucher).

We would like to know how this compares to other fern collections, especially within the United States but also worldwide.

Please share your perception of what are significant fern collections in public institutions.

Thanks in advance,

Holly Forbes

Holly Forbes, Curator
University of California
Botanical Garden
200 Centennial Drive, #5045
Berkeley, CA 94720-5045


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