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Specimen Record

ContinentAsia
CountryIndia
State/ProvinceSikkim
LocalityTonglo
Institution CodeNy
Catalog Number00267714
Collected ByJ. D. Hooker

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The Steere Bryophyte Herbarium holds perhaps the most important collection of bryophytes in the world in terms of the number of specimens, and the geographical and taxonomic depth and breadth. The herbarium contains approximately 640,000 specimens (520,000 mosses and 120,000 hepatics and hornworts). Of this total, approximately 24,500 (4%) are type specimens. This is the largest bryophyte herbarium in the Western Hemisphere and is among the five largest worldwide. The collection continues to grow actively today through staff collections and exchange. The emphasis is on collections from the Western Hemisphere, but virtually all areas of the world are represented.

Contacts

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Emailegbot@asu.edu
Name Thiers, Barbara
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Emailbthiers@nybg.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameStereodon serrula
KingdomPlantae
PhylumBryophyta
ClassBryopsida
OrderHypnales
FamilyHypnaceae
GenusStereodon
Specific Epithetserrula
Scientific Name AuthorsMitt.
Specimen
Type Statussyntype
Catalog Number00267714
Institution CodeNY
Occurrence ID969169
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByJ. D. Hooker
Collection RemarksNoguchi line drawing.
Locality
CountryIndia
State / ProvinceSikkim
Continentasia
LocalityTonglo
Minimum Elevation in Meters3048
Other
Modified2015-01-08 13:31:45
dcterms:referenceshttp://bryophyteportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=969169
dwc:collectionID788e80c1-13f6-4e32-a20a-614afa2b4940
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