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 updated in 2014.
Summary of Regional Herbaria:
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The # of specimens represents the cumulative total housed in herbaria in each state or province, including specimens outside the PNW.
B. A. Bennett Herbarium, Yukon Government (BABY):
Size: 7,700 specimens
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
Important Collectors: B. A. Bennett; P. P. Caswell; A. Ceska; M. J. Oldham; R. Rosie; S. Withers
Notes: 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.
Contacts: Bruce Bennett, brbennett[at]klondiker.com, 1-867-633-2479, 1-867-393-6263
B. A. Bennett Herbarium
33 Chinook Lane
Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Y1A 5Y2