Edited By: Deborah A Metsger and Sheila C Byers
384 pages, b/w photos, illustrations
Highlights the significance and value of one of the world's oldest and most basic elements of botanical systematics, the herbarium. The book combines practical guidelines for the proper care of documented collections of preserved plants and fungi with recommendations for their responsible use in modern systematic research. Though focusing on collections of plants and fungi, the book also provides a useful model for other disciplines.
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