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Meise Botanic Garden Herbarium (BR)



Meise Botanic Garden was founded in the early 18th century and is one of the 15 largest botanic gardens, covering 92ha and containing 4 million preserved and living specimens. The collection has a global scope with a focus on Central Africa, Belgium, and South-West Europe. There are also important historical herbarium collections from Latin America, India and Australia. Notable collectors who have contributed to the herbarium, include Van Heurck, Von Martius, Sieber-von Reichenbach and Crepin. A wide range of taxonomic groups are covered including: vascular plants, lichens, mosses, liverworts, fungi, myxomycetes and algae.
Date made available9-May-2018
PublisherGlobal Biodiversity Information Facility
Temporal coverage31-Dec-1726 - 30-Apr-2018
Date of data production31-Dec-1726 - 30-Apr-2018
Geographical coverageGlobal


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