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Delphinium glareosum
Provider: Royal British Columbia Museum

(Provider metadata last updated 2010-08-28)


Code: V
Description: Formerly British Columbia Provincial Museum.
Specialty: Northwestern North America, especially western Canada and British Columbia; vascular plants; bryophytes; lichens.
Notable Collectors: J. R. Anderson; J. A. Bailey; T. C. Brayshaw; J. A. Calder; W. R. Carter; A. Ceska; R. Connell; G. V. Copley; G. W. Douglas; J. W. Eastham; F. Fodor; G. A. Hardy; J. Macoun; M. C. Melburn; C. F. Newcombe; A. F. Szczawinski; T. M. C. Taylor; N. J. Turner; P. D. Warrington Publications/Journals: British Columbia Provincial Museum, Handbook Memoirs of the British Columbia Provincial Museum Special Publications of the British Columbia Provincial Museum
Total Specimens: 218,000
Web Site: http://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/nh-collections/botany-plants/
Online Database: http://search-collections.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/Botany?_ga=2.81704144.615438592.1586032432-1990422318.1586032432
Contact: Erica Wheeler, Collections Manager
Email: ewheeler[at]royalbcmuseum[dot]bc[dot]ca
Phone: 1-250-387-2918

Address: Herbarium
Royal British Columbia Museum
675 Belleville Street
Victoria, BC V8V 9W2
Canada
   

Dataset: Vascular Plants
Name: Vascular Plants
Data Access Point: https://data.canadensys.net/ipt/archive.do?r=rbcm-botany-specimens
Description: The Royal BC Museum herbarium (V) houses 218,000 vascular plants specimens, most of which (>90%) were collected within the limits of the province of British Columbia. Specimens from adjacent jurisdictions such as the Yukon, Alberta, Washington and Alaska make up a smaller part of our collection (<10%). Our earliest specimens were collected in the 1890's and during the first part of the 20th century by James R. Anderson and John Macoun. A recent focus of our collections is on the flora of alpine habitats in northern BC. A large majority (>90%) of our specimens are of native or naturalized vascular plant taxa in British Columbia. We also have a small collection of bryophytes and lichens. Among vascular plants we have good collections of most angiosperm, gymnosperm and fern (and allies) taxa and extensive collections of some focal angiosperm families such as Asteraceae, Cyperaceae, Poaceae and Salicaceae.
Citation:
Contact: Erica Wheeler, Collections Manager
Email: ewheeler[at]royalbcmuseum[dot]bc[dot]ca
Phone: 1-250-387-2918

Licenses: License for specimen data: Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) 4.0 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode). License for media, including photographs and images of specimens: Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) 4.0 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode). Users of the data are encouraged to acknowledge the source of the data if any of these records or media are used for publications, analyses, reports, or on web sites. The provider of the data, and its staff, are not responsible for damages, injury or loss due to the use of these data. Fitness of use must be determined by the user of the data.
Collection Size: 218,884
Records Indexed: 218,884
Data Last Updated:
Metadata Updated: 2010-08-28