EUROPEAN MYCOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

Dried reference collections


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This web page provides information about fungal dried reference collections. If you have information you would like posted here, please send it to the EMA Webmaster. For each item listed, a hyperlink is provided to its internet site or, where this is not possible, a contact name and address or some other identifying information. Additional explanatory information may then follow. Where the name of the item is not in English, a translation may be provided in italics in square brackets after that information, followed where appropriate by the geographical region to which the item relates, then the principal language of the item and, in alphabetical order, other languages used.

Australasia, Europe, Global, North America, Oceania

GLOBAL

CABI Bioscience Herbarium, formerly the International Mycological Institute [English]
Index Herbariorum, information about dried reference collections of fungi and other organisms [English]

AUSTRALASIA

Australia
Database for a Fungi Herbarium [English]

EUROPE

Austria

Herbarium of the University of Innsbruck (IB) - Mycological Collection [English]

Belgium

National Botanic Garden of Belgium (BR) Herbarium Mycologicum [English]

Czech Republic

Herbarium, Mycology Department, National Museum, Prague [English]

Estonia

Lichenological Herbarium of the University of Tartu [English]

Germany

Index of collectors of fungi in HBG (Herbarium Hamburgense) [English]
Specimens of Fungi and Myxomycetes in HBG (Herbarium Hamburgense) [English]

Hungary

Mycological Collection, Hungarian Natural History Museum [English, Hungarian]

Italy

University of Trieste, Lichen Herbarium (Herb. Nimis, TSB) A Searchable Database [English]

Norway

Lichen Herbarium, Botanical Museum, University of Oslo [English]

Spain

Herbario de Criptogamia, fungi in the dried reference collection of Real Jardín Botánico [Spanish, English]

Sweden

Sektionen för Kryptogambotanik, Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Lavar [Department of Cryptogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Lichens, Swedish, English]
Sektionen för Kryptogambotanik, Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Svampar [Department of Cryptogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, non lichen-forming fungi, Swedish, English]

UK

Personal Herbaria of Professor M.R.D. Seaward [English]
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Herbarium Collections: Mycological Specimens [English]

NORTH AMERICA

Canada

University of British Columbia Herbarium Database, Fungi [English]

USA

Farlow Herbarium (FH) [English]
The New York Botanic Garden Catalog of Macrofungi [USA, English]
The Penn State Mycological Herbarium (PACMA) [English]
University of Tennessee Fungus Herbarium [English]

OCEANIA

USA: Hawaii

Bernice Bishop Museum Botany Databases, including fungi [USA, English]


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