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Dr. Roberto Miguel Klein Herbarium (FURB), Blumenau, Southern Brazil.

de Gasper AL, Vibrans AC, Funez LA, Rigon-Jr MJ, Bittencourt F, Vieira C - PhytoKeys (2014)

Bottom Line: Among the ferns and lycophytes are: Hymenophyllaceae (30), Thelypteridaceae (31), Aspleniaceae (32), Dryopteridaceae (43), Pteridaceae (54) and Polypodiaceae (60).There are five type specimens among them: one holotype, one isotype and three paratypes.To date, the FURB herbarium has donated 19,521 herbarium duplicates for identification or expansion of other herbaria.

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Affiliation: Herbarium Curator ; Universidade Regional de Blumenau (University of Blumenau). Antônio da Veiga, 140 - Victor Konder. CEP: 89012-900 - Blumenau - Santa Catarina- Brasil.

ABSTRACT
The premise of this study is to present the collection of the FURB herbarium, its collection area and type specimens, as well as its projects and contributions to the flora of the Subtropical Atlantic Forest. The FURB herbarium currently has nearly 41,000 records of vascular plants and has the largest collection of lycophytes and ferns in Southern Brazil, with more than 8,000 records. More than 4,500 scanned images of 4,436 species are available online, and it is expected that the whole collection will be scanned in less than one year. There are 198 families of angiosperms, 33 of ferns, three of lycophytes and six of gymnosperms. All collections of the Floristic and Forest Inventory of Santa Catarina project are recorded in FURB, which represents almost 35,000 herbarium specimens. The families with the largest number of species are: Cyperaceae (109 species), Rubiaceae (129), Solanaceae (131), Poaceae (155), Melastomataceae (157), Myrtaceae (257), Orchidaceae (288), Fabaceae (323), and Asteraceae (426), between angiosperms. Among the ferns and lycophytes are: Hymenophyllaceae (30), Thelypteridaceae (31), Aspleniaceae (32), Dryopteridaceae (43), Pteridaceae (54) and Polypodiaceae (60). There are five type specimens among them: one holotype, one isotype and three paratypes. To date, the FURB herbarium has donated 19,521 herbarium duplicates for identification or expansion of other herbaria.

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Spatial coverage of FURB collection. Only the hundred best states collected.
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Figure 4: Spatial coverage of FURB collection. Only the hundred best states collected.

Mentions: Most of the plant samples are from Southern Brazil, Santa Catarina State (Figure 4) being the most widely represented area, and the aim is to cover the widest possible range of plant diversity of this territory. The majority of the samples comes from the IFFSC project and from the field work of undergraduate students. Other parts of the Brazilian South are represented mainly by exchanged samples.


Dr. Roberto Miguel Klein Herbarium (FURB), Blumenau, Southern Brazil.

de Gasper AL, Vibrans AC, Funez LA, Rigon-Jr MJ, Bittencourt F, Vieira C - PhytoKeys (2014)

Spatial coverage of FURB collection. Only the hundred best states collected.
© Copyright Policy - creative-commons-attribution
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4225072&req=5

Figure 4: Spatial coverage of FURB collection. Only the hundred best states collected.
Mentions: Most of the plant samples are from Southern Brazil, Santa Catarina State (Figure 4) being the most widely represented area, and the aim is to cover the widest possible range of plant diversity of this territory. The majority of the samples comes from the IFFSC project and from the field work of undergraduate students. Other parts of the Brazilian South are represented mainly by exchanged samples.

Bottom Line: Among the ferns and lycophytes are: Hymenophyllaceae (30), Thelypteridaceae (31), Aspleniaceae (32), Dryopteridaceae (43), Pteridaceae (54) and Polypodiaceae (60).There are five type specimens among them: one holotype, one isotype and three paratypes.To date, the FURB herbarium has donated 19,521 herbarium duplicates for identification or expansion of other herbaria.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Herbarium Curator ; Universidade Regional de Blumenau (University of Blumenau). Antônio da Veiga, 140 - Victor Konder. CEP: 89012-900 - Blumenau - Santa Catarina- Brasil.

ABSTRACT
The premise of this study is to present the collection of the FURB herbarium, its collection area and type specimens, as well as its projects and contributions to the flora of the Subtropical Atlantic Forest. The FURB herbarium currently has nearly 41,000 records of vascular plants and has the largest collection of lycophytes and ferns in Southern Brazil, with more than 8,000 records. More than 4,500 scanned images of 4,436 species are available online, and it is expected that the whole collection will be scanned in less than one year. There are 198 families of angiosperms, 33 of ferns, three of lycophytes and six of gymnosperms. All collections of the Floristic and Forest Inventory of Santa Catarina project are recorded in FURB, which represents almost 35,000 herbarium specimens. The families with the largest number of species are: Cyperaceae (109 species), Rubiaceae (129), Solanaceae (131), Poaceae (155), Melastomataceae (157), Myrtaceae (257), Orchidaceae (288), Fabaceae (323), and Asteraceae (426), between angiosperms. Among the ferns and lycophytes are: Hymenophyllaceae (30), Thelypteridaceae (31), Aspleniaceae (32), Dryopteridaceae (43), Pteridaceae (54) and Polypodiaceae (60). There are five type specimens among them: one holotype, one isotype and three paratypes. To date, the FURB herbarium has donated 19,521 herbarium duplicates for identification or expansion of other herbaria.

No MeSH data available.