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Member Herbaria

The Consortium maintains a list of all herbaria in the Pacific Northwest with collections of vascular plants, nonvascular plants, algae, lichens, or fungi. The list includes herbaria housed at universities, museums, agency offices, or maintained by private individuals.

This list was compiled by contacting individual herbaria and consulting Index Herbariorum.

Do you manage or know of an herbarium not on this list? If so, please contact us.

Last update made on 2015-05-14.

Summary of Regional Herbaria:

State/Province # Herbaria # Specimens
Alaska 5 258,650
British Columbia 10 962,800
Idaho 8 369,557
Montana 6 278,850
Oregon 15 494,200
Washington 17 1,252,300
TOTAL 61 3,616,357

The # of specimens represents the cumulative total housed in herbaria in each state or province, including specimens outside the PNW.

Click on a state or province name to view a detailed herbarium list.

Map of Herbaria:
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Alaska
Alaska State Museum, Juneau (JBCC)
Size:
5,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
The Aleutian Islands; Alaskan northern coast; Southeastern Panhandle; Pribilof Islands; Alaskan interior as far north as Nome and Barrow. 
Notable Collectors:
J. P. Anderson; F. W. Beals; K. Faegr; E. Hultén; E. Keithahn; A. E. Porsild; E. Scamman; I. L. Wiggins; M. Williams 
Included Herbaria:
Ketchikan Library Herbarium 
Year Founded:
1976 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Forest Service, Alaska Region, USDA (TNFS)
Size:
11,650 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Vascular plants and bryophytes of southeastern Alaska; lichens of southeastern Alaska, northwestern Alaska, British Columbia, Sweden, and Central and South America. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1978 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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University of Alaska, Anchorage (UAAH)
Size:
11,000 specimens 
Description:
Contains 11,000 specimens, mostly from Alaska, with an emphasis on Alaska non-natives.  
Specialty:
Alaska; Alaska non-natives. 
Notable Collectors:
M.L. Carlson, M. Barker, M. Duffy, H. Cortés-Burns 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1991 
Notes:
 
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University of Alaska, Fairbanks - Museum of the North (ALA)
Size:
220,000 specimens 
Description:
Arctos is an ongoing effort to integrate access to specimen data, collection-management tools, and external resources on the Web. 
Specialty:
Vascular plants, lichens, bryophytes, and marine algae of Alaska; circumpolar north; Siberia and Russian Far East. CITES: US 130 
Notable Collectors:
J. P. Anderson; G. W. Argus; W. D. Drury; O. W. Geist; E. O. G. Hultén; A. W. Johnson; H. Krog; A. E. Porsild; H. M. Raup; W. C. Steere Publications/Journals: Biological Papers of the University of Alaska 
Included Herbaria:
Institute of Northern Forestry (U.S. Forest Service), Fairbanks; J. P. Anderson collections (30,000 specimens) from ISC in 2004; Naval Arctic Research Laboratory, Barrow. 
Year Founded:
1962 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
University of Alaska, Juneau (ALAJ)
Size:
11,000 specimens 
Description:
Much of ALAJ used for research on Exxon Valdez oil spill. Additional information on impact of oil spill to marine algae is associated with ALAJ. 
Specialty:
Marine algae; Alaskan coastal waters; Pacific Ocean. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1993 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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British Columbia
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (ACK)
Size:
3,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Vascular plants of British Columbia grasslands and forested rangelands. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1936 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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British Columbia Ministry of Forests (WLK)
Size:
5,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
South-central British Columbia; most groups, including somefungi. Date Founded: 1977. 
Notable Collectors:
 
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Malaspina University (MALA)
Size:
7,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Vancouver Island. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1970 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Milner Gardens and Woodland, Vancouver Island University (VIU)
[Address not available]
Size:
Description:
Small collection of lichens and bryophytes from Vancouver Island. 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
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Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
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Pacific Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service (DAVFP)
Size:
31,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Fungi; forest diseases; British Columbia; Yukon Territory. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1940 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
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Prince Rupert Forest Region (SMI)
Size:
8,800 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Northwestern British Columbia. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1978 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Royal British Columbia Museum (V)
Size:
218,000 specimens 
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 
Included Herbaria:
DECV (10,000 specimens); Terrestrial Studies Branch, Ministry of Environment, Kelowna; WIB (9,000 specimens) in 1997. 
Year Founded:
1886 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
Simon Fraser University (SFUV)
Size:
10,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Western North American mountains from Alaska to New Mexico; Ranunculaceae. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1967 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
University of British Columbia (UBC)
Size:
632,000 specimens 
Description:
Now part of the Beaty Biodiversity Museum. Emphasis on vascular plants of Pacific Rim countries; bryophytes of northern hemisphere; benthic marine algae of British Columbia, Washington, and Alaska. 
Specialty:
Worldwide; Vascular plants of Pacific Rim countries; bryophytes of northern hemisphere; benthic marine algae of British Columbia, Washington, and Alaska; macrofungi and lichens. CITES: CA 014 
Notable Collectors:
R. Bandoni; K. I. Beamish; J. Calder; J. Davidson; J. W. Eastham; H. Kennedy; V. J. Krajina; P. Lebednik; R. Scagel; W. B. Schofield; G. B. Straley; T. M. C. Taylor 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1920 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
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Database URL:
University of Victoria (UVIC)
Size:
48,000 specimens 
Description:
LEA mistletoes, which were on permanent loan to UVIC from 1994-2009, have now been transferred to UC.  
Specialty:
British Columbia and adjacent regions; western North American Aster and Erythronium. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
NLSN (5,000 specimens) in 1994; SCCBC (8,000 specimens) in 1994 
Year Founded:
1962 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Idaho
Boise District Bureau of Land Management (BBLM)
Size:
3,750 specimens 
Description:
Includes satellite herbarium at Owyhee Field Office in Marsing, Idaho. 
Specialty:
Plants of Idaho. 
Notable Collectors:
D. Atwood; R. D. Bratz; A. DeBolt; V. Geertson; S. J. Richards; R. Rosentreter 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1970 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium (SRP)
Size:
32,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Idaho. 
Notable Collectors:
B. Ertter; J. W. Grimes 
Included Herbaria:
IFGH (3,566 specimens) in 1992. 
Year Founded:
1938 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Brigham Young University - Idaho (RICK)
Size:
16,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Eastern Idaho and surrounding areas; Great Basin; Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1957 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
College of Idaho, Harold M. Tucker Herbarium (CIC)
Size:
39,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Vascular plants of the Owyhee Uplift and adjacent Snake RiverPlains, Idaho; southeastern Oregon. 
Notable Collectors:
B. Ertter; D. Mansfield; P. Packard 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1892 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Idaho State University, Ray J. Davis Herbarium (IDS)
Size:
60,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Idaho; Oregon; Nevada; Washington; California; Wyoming. 
Notable Collectors:
R. J. Davis; L. Pearson 
Included Herbaria:
Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. 
Year Founded:
1931 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Lewis-Clark State College, Hells Canyon Herbarium (HCH)
Size:
10,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Eastern Washington and northern Idaho. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1994 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Rocky Mountain Research Station (BOIS)
Size:
8,807 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Central and southern Idaho; Intermountain Juncaceae, Cyperaceae, and Great Basin forbs. 
Notable Collectors:
E. G. Hurd; J. Kinney; R. L. Piemeisel; H. L. Shantz; R. Steele 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1940 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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University of Idaho, Stillinger Herbarium (ID)
Size:
200,000 specimens 
Description:
Emphasis on Idaho and Inland Pacific Northwest, including vascular plants, bryophytes, lichens, and fungi, Pacific Northwest rainforest disjuncts, alpine and rare vascular plants. 
Specialty:
Idaho, including vascular plants and cryptogams; disjunct species; alpine and rare vascular plant species; Pacific Northwest fungi. 
Notable Collectors:
W. H. Baker; J. H. Christ; D. Henderson; H. J. Rust; C. R. Stillinger 
Included Herbaria:
IDF (18,000 specimens) 
Year Founded:
1889 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Montana
Flathead Valley Community College (FVCC)
Size:
5,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Montana. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
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Montana State University (MONT)
Size:
95,850 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Montana, especially Glacier, Yellowstone, northern Rocky Mountains, and Plains; worldwide Fabaceae and Poaceae. 
Notable Collectors:
E. A. Bessey; J. W. Blankinship; P. H. Hawkins; P. A. Rydberg; R. S. Williams 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1892 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Montana State University, Billings (MSUB)
Size:
16,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Flora of Montana, with emphasis on eastern Montana and Beartooth Plateau; tropical flora of India; vascular plants of Wisconsin. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
Eastern Montana College; Eastern Montana Normal School; Rocky Mountain College; USDA Forest Service 
Year Founded:
1976 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Rocky Mountain Research Station (MRC)
Size:
13,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Northern Rocky Mountains; northern Idaho; western Montana and adjacent areas to include all of Northern Region, U.S.D.A. Forest Service. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1932 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
University of Great Falls (GFC)
Size:
20,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Hepatics of northwestern North America. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1932 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
University of Montana (MONTU)
Size:
129,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Vascular flora of northern Rocky Mountain region; alpine and rare species of Montana; diatoms of Montana. 
Notable Collectors:
C. E. Bessey; J. W. Blankinship; M. J. Elrod; L. H. Harvey; C. L. Hitchcock; J. E. Kirkwood; K. Lackschewitz; P. C. Lesica; F. Rose; P. A. Rydberg 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1909 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Oregon
Bureau of Land Management (BLMLK)
Size:
6,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Northern California; southern Oregon; northwestern Nevada. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
FNLO (2,000 specimens) in 1981. 
Year Founded:
1977 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Bureau of Land Management, Medford District (BLMMD)
[Address not available]
Size:
Description:
Contains about 5,500 specimens of vascular plants, bryophytes, lichens, and fungi. 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Bureau of Land Management, Prineville Field Office (BLMPR)
Size:
2,500 specimens 
Description:
Collections from the Prineville District lands (1.6M acres) primarily for plant identification/project record. The taxonomy of the Poaceae collection was updated in 2012. Significant lichen collection.  
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
R. Halvorson, G. Smith, B. Youtie  
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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Crater Lake National Park (CRLA)
Size:
5,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Crater Lake National Park and adjacent vicinity; used primarily for park-specific research and resources management decision-making. 
Notable Collectors:
E. I. Applegate; W. B. Cooke; D. H. Curtis; D. S. Farner; J. Kezer; B. L. Wilson; P. Zika 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1896 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Eastern Oregon University (EOSC)
Size:
9,500 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Northeastern Oregon. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1950 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest (HJAEF)
[Address not available]
Size:
Description:
 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Lane Community College, Rowe-Love Herbarium (LCEU)
Size:
3,500 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Mainly Oregon, especially Lane County; some California, Baja California, Washington, and Idaho. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1967 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Linfield College (LINF)
Size:
4,600 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
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National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM)
Size:
100 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Oregon State University (OSC)
Size:
415,000 specimens 
Description:
The Oregon State University Herbarium houses approximately 405,000 vascular plant, bryophyte, algal and fungal specimens. The collections are worldwide in scope, with a focus on the state of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. 
Specialty:
All groups, mainly of the Pacific Northwest; hypogeous fungi, Glomales, worldwide. 
Notable Collectors:
Y. Asahina; W. H. Baker; K. L. Chambers; W. B. Cooke; W. C. Cusick; L. E. Detling; M. A. Flinn; M. Fomin; A. S. Foster; T. C. Frye; H. C. Gilbert; H. M. Gilkey; M. W. Gorman; R. R. Halse; L. F. Henderson; T. J. Howell; D. C. Ingram; O. L. Ireland; L. D. Johnston; W. E. Lawrence; E. Lawton; L. C. Leach; J. B. Leiberg; F. A. MacFadden; G. Mason; J. C. Nelson; M. E. Peck; L. H. Pike; E. I. Sanborn; E. P. Sheldon; F. P. Sipe; A. N. Steward; W. N. Suksdorf; P. Train; J. M. Trappe; D. H. Wagner; C. D. White; K. Whited 
Included Herbaria:
Fungi of U.S. Forest Service Pathology Herbarium; LAGO (in part); ORE (110,000 specimens) in 1993; WILLU (32,000 specimens) in 1976 
Year Founded:
1886 
Notes:
WILLU (Morton E. Peck Herbarium) not interfiled with OSC. ORE (University of Oregon Herbarium) interfiled with OSC. Specimens from ORE, OSC, and WILLU sent on all loan requests and should be cited based on the original herbarium. 
Contacts:
 
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Database URL:
Oregon State University (OSUF)
Size:
2,500 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Wood samples. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1950 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Portland State University (HPSU)
Size:
15,500 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Pacific Northwest; all groups. 
Notable Collectors:
M. A. Flinn; T. J. Howell 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
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Database URL:
 
Reed College (REED)
Size:
10,000 specimens 
Description:
REED contains vouchers for Reed College senior thesis research projects and vouchers for The Nature Conservancy preserves at Cascade Head, OR and Sandy River, OR. 
Specialty:
Pacific Northwest of the U.S. (Oregon, Washington, Idaho); Lomatium, Umbelliferae. 
Notable Collectors:
W. Cusick; T. Howell 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1920 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Southern Oregon University (SOC)
Size:
14,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Vascular plants of southern Oregon; bryophytes and lichens of the Pacific Northwest. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1967 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Western Oregon University (MOC)
Size:
6,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Oregon, especially western Oregon. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1950 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Washington
Central Washington University (ELRG)
Size:
25,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Washington. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1900 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Eastern Washington University (EWU)
Size:
Description:
Contains approximately 7,000 specimens from eastern Washington, adjacent Idaho, and elsewhere in north America. 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
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Web Site URL:
 
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Evergreen State College (EVE)
Size:
5,000 specimens 
Description:
Small herbarium inside the Evergreen Natural History Collections in Lab I room 1060. Contains approximately 3,000 vascular plant, 600 bryophyte, 800 fungi, 600 lichens and 20 algae specimens. A portion of the collections are in a Specify 5 database. 
Specialty:
South Puget Sound Prairie flora and Sun Lakes State Park flora. 
Notable Collectors:
 
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Year Founded:
 
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Friday Harbor Laboratories (FHL)
Size:
3,500 specimens 
Description:
Contains about 5,000 algae specimens, most from the San Juan Islands, Washington. 
Specialty:
Marine algae of northeastern Pacific. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1900 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Mount Rainier National Park (MORA)
Size:
6,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Mount Rainier National Park. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
North Cascades National Park (NOCA)
Size:
8,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
North Cascades National Park Complex and adjacent areas. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Olympic National Park (OLYM)
Size:
18,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Olympic National Park and adjacent areas. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Pacific Lutheran University (PLU)
Size:
5,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1985 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University (WWB)
Size:
26,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Emphasis on the Pacific Northwest as delineated by the Vancouverian Province of the Rocky Mountain Floristic Region, but also includes specimens from outside the region. Of particular interest are samples of plants from the North Cascades. The collection contains ~23,000 Vascular plants, 2,700 bryophytes, a small number of algae, and 5,100 fungi and lichens. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1945 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Seattle Pacific University (SPC)
Size:
3,000 specimens 
Description:
Seagrasses collected by R. C. Phillips transferred to US. 
Specialty:
Washington; seagrasses. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1961 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
St. Martin's College (OSMC)
Size:
16,500 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Pacific Northwest vascular plants; some local marine algae. 
Notable Collectors:
 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1974 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
 
Database URL:
 
University of Puget Sound (PSM)
Size:
15,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
The herbarium is part of the Slater Museum. Most of the specimens are from Washington, Oregon, and elsewhere in western North America, but many have been acquired from other parts of the world through collecting and exchange. 
Notable Collectors:
 
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Year Founded:
 
Notes:
 
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University of Washington (WTU)
Size:
650,000 specimens 
Description:
The herbarium's total holdings number over 600,000 specimens of vascular and nonvascular plants, fungi, lichens, and marine algae. The herbarium maintains a regional focus on the Pacific Northwest, covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Territory. Other significant collections come from California, the rest of Western North America, and the Pacific Rim. Our oldest specimens date to the late 1800's. Particularly active periods of growth for the herbarium occurred with the incorporation of the herbarium of J. William Thompson in 1943, collections made under the direction of C. Leo Hitchcock in the 1930's - 1950's, and field work since 2002. 
Specialty:
Worldwide, especially Pacific Northwest, western North America, and northern Pacific Rim. 
Notable Collectors:
L. Abrams; W. H. Baker; E. Bauer; G. Beck; J. W. Blankinship; W. C. Cusick; M. Denton; A. D. E. Elmer; C. S. English; W. J. Eyerdam; J. B. Flett; T. C. Frye; A. J. Grout; A. A. Heller; L. F. Henderson; C. L. Hitchcock; J. W. Hotson; G. Howard; T. J. Howell; A. R. Kruckeberg; E. Lawton; J. B. Leiberg; C. L. Lesquereux; J. F. Macbride; J. Macoun; A. Nelson; R. E. Norris; M. E. Peck; J. H. Sandberg; R. B. Setzer; H. St. John; D. E. Stuntz; W. N. Suksdorf; W. S. Sullivant; J. W. Thompson 
Included Herbaria:
LAGO (in part); JWT (Herbarium of J. William Thompson). 
Year Founded:
1882 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
University of Washington, Otis Douglas Hyde Herbarium (WTUH)
Size:
16,300 specimens 
Description:
Repository for the voucher collection of the Washington State Noxious Weed Board. 
Specialty:
Washington Park Arboretum; horticulturally significant plants; common and noxious weeds; Union Bay Natural Area. 
Notable Collectors:
A. J. Jackson; T. Johnson; B. Mulligan 
Included Herbaria:
 
Year Founded:
1983 
Notes:
 
Contacts:
 
Web Site URL:
Database URL:
 
Washington State University, Marion Ownbey Herbarium (WS)
Size:
365,000 specimens 
Description:
Link to specimen database:http://herbaria.wsu.edu/web/ 
Specialty:
Vascular plants and bryophytes of Pacific Northwest; Apiaceae;Bromeliaceae; Cyperaceae; Liliaceae; Scrophulariaceae; Asteraceae. CITES: US 001 
Notable Collectors:
R. Beattie; F. V. Coville; W. C. Cusick; R. Daubenmire; A. D. E. Elmer; M. Ownbey; C. V. Piper; H. St. John; W. N. Suksdorf; K. Whited 
Included Herbaria:
WCP (30 000 vascular plants) in 1992. 
Year Founded:
1893 
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Washington State University, Plant Pathology Department (WSP)
Size:
73,000 specimens 
Description:
Important collections of smut fungi (G. W. Fischer, R. Duran, L. M. Carris, K. Vanky); downy mildew fungi (C. G. Shaw); powdery mildew fungi (D. A. Glawe); pyrenomycetes (J. D. Rogers); fungi on grasses (R. Sprague). Shaw's Host-Fungus Index for the Pacific Northwest is on-line. 
Specialty:
Parasitic and wood-decay fungi of Pacific Northwest; grass-parasitic fungi of U.S.; smut fungi; rust fungi; powdery mildews; downy mildews; Xylariaceae, Diatrypaceae, and other pyrenomycetes worldwide. CITES: US 001 
Notable Collectors:
L. M. Carris; R. Durán; G. W. Fischer; D. Glawe; J. D. Rogers; C. G. Shaw; R. Sprague; W. N. Suksdorf; K. Vanky 
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Year Founded:
1915 
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Whitman College (WCW)
Size:
17,000 specimens 
Description:
 
Specialty:
Mainly vascular plants of Pacific Northwest; some worldwide, especially southeastern Asia. 
Notable Collectors:
E. F. Anderson; W. Brode; L. Pierce; C. V. Piper; P. Pope 
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Year Founded:
1963 
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Yukon Territory
B. A. Bennett Herbarium, Yukon Government (BABY)
Size:
7,700 specimens 
Description:
B.A. Bennett Herbarium contains only Vascular Plants. With nearly 8,000 Yukon specimens it is one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of vascular plants from the Territory. Visiting researchers and students are encouraged to use the herbaria. The library includes all significant northern floras including floras of Russian, Scandinavia, Europe, Canada and the Pacific Northwest. Additional resources include over 4,000 reprints primarily of literature relevant to the Yukon flora, including many historical account. Significant exchanges are currently made with UBC, ALA, CAN, DAO and to a lesser extent ATLA and WTU. 
Specialty:
Vascular plants of Yukon Territory, but Beringian and Circumboreal flora are also highlighted. Additional significant holdings of collections include Alaska, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Northwest Territories. CITES: CA10YTW1 
Notable Collectors:
B. A. Bennett; P. P. Caswell; A. Ceska; M. J. Oldham; R. Rosie; S. Withers 
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Year Founded:
1996 
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