Center for Plant Diversity / Herbarium

Aug 28, 2013 admin

Cliff spurge (Euphorbia misera)
The Center for Plant Diversity has over 300,000 dead plants called herbarium specimens. Each specimens consists of a flattened and dried plant glued onto a sheet of 11 x 17 inch archival paper with a label in the lower right corner. The label has specimen data, including where, when and by whom the specimen was collected. These data can provide detailed information about the collection location such as GIS data, elevation, soils and plant community.

Contact Information

1026 Sciences Laboratory Building

Phone: 530-752-1091

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