Lundell and University of Texas at Austin herbaria (TEX)
The University of Texas Herbarium (TEX) is part of the Plant Resources Center, which houses the combined herbaria of TEX and the Lundell Herbarium (LL). The combined PRC collections include over one million specimens from all parts of the world and represent the fifth largest university herbarium in the United States (with the fourth largest university collection of vascular plants). The two herbaria (TEX and LL) are completely integrated and interfiled, although each sheet is marked as to its herbarium and should be cited as such. The University of Texas Herbarium itself, with close to 700,000 specimens, dates to the 1890s and is especially strong in Texas and Mexican specimens. It has been associated with a plant systematics graduate program that has been one of the strongest in the U.S. since the 1960s, and the research interests of faculty, staff and graduate students have led to very strong representation of Asteraceae, Fabaceae, and Rhamnaceae, among other families, as well as the Chihuahuan Desert region (Mexico and the U.S.) and the mountains and plains of northeastern Mexico. All new specimens received into the Plant Resources Center are now accessioned into TEX.
Contacts: George Yatskievych, email@example.com
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 25 October 2022
IPT / DwC-A Source:
Digital Metadata: EML File
Usage Rights: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)
Cite this collection:
Lundell and University of Texas at Austin herbaria. Occurrence dataset (ID: 8e2fc30d-9dc2-47fc-84c6-21cf1cc0c943) accessed via the PteridoPortal Portal, /portal, 2023-03-26).
The PCC, and this data portal, were made possible by funding from the National Science Foundation’s Advancing Digitization of Biological Collections (ADBC) program, grant numbers 1802504, 1802352, 1802134, 1802033, 1802270, 1802255, 1802239, 1802446, 1802305.
The pteridoportal taxonomic thesaurus is based on the Checklist of Ferns and Lycophytes of the World, generously provided by Michael Hassler.