The Herbarium COA began in 1980. It approximately includes 75000 sheets of pressed and dried plants fundamentally from Andalusia. It is specialized in species of the family Brassicaceae, weeds and endemic plants of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands. The sheets are stored in 17 compact closets distributed by families, genus and species. The Herbarium also includes an archive and a register.
The collection was established in 1980 and ceased acquisitions in 31-01-2008.
1- Andalusian flora threatened of extinction,
2- American flora
Kingdoms covered include Plantae.
Includes members from the following taxa:
algunos(as) Coniferophyta, algunos(as) Equisetopsida, algunos(as) Gnetophyta, Liliatae and algunos(as) Lycophyta, algunos(as) Magnoliatae, algunos(as) Pteridophyta.
Principalmente Andalucía (España), algunos(as) Islas Baleares (España), algunos(as) resto de la Península Ibérica
Spanish regions covered include:España.
Number of in the collection
The estimated number of is 80,000.
Of these 39,835 are databased. This represents 49.8 % of the collection.
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Metadata last updated on 2015-11-17 12:43:37.0
Digitised records available through the Atlas
The collections has 80,000 records.
The collection has databased 49.8 % of these (39,835 records).
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