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Plants of the Columbus State University Herbarium


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Contact

Richard Carter

Organization

SERNEC, Columbus State University Herbarium, Valdosta State University Herbarium, University of Georgia Herbarium

Partners

SERNEC, Columbus State University Herbarium, Valdosta State University Herbarium, University of Georgia Herbarium

Funding Source

National Science Foundation under award 1410081. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Description

Transcription of specimen label data from the Georgia's Columbus State University Herbarium

<p>We've taken digital photos of all 7258 vascular plant specimens in the collection and now we need your help to figure out the what, where, when, etc., of the collection events that they represent.  Columbus State University's Herbarium is located about two hours southeast of Atlanta, just across the Chattahoochee River from Alabama.  It was founded in 1961 but may contain specimens that are much older.  Help us uncover the treasurers of this small herbarium and watch as the distribution map on BIOSPEX grows.  How many Georgia counties, US states, and other countries are represented in the collection?  We'll find out with your help! </p>

Geographic Scope

Georgia and southeastern United States

Taxonomic Scope

Vascular Plants

Expeditions

2 Expeditions 12510 Transcriptions 285 Transcribers

Title Date

No Expeditions exist.

Title Date
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Treasures of a Small Georgia Herbarium I

Transcribe historical label data from Columbus State University Herbarium

7514 Transcriptions

100.00% completed


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Treasures of a Small Georgia Herbarium II

Transcribe historical label data from Columbus State University Herbarium

7517 Transcriptions

100.00% completed


Events


Title Date

No current Events exist.

Title Date

No current Events exist.

Transcriptions

Heat Map Transcribed Specimens

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