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What is a Herbarium?

A herbarium is a museum of dried plant specimens. Herbaria provide a permanent record of our changing flora over time, documenting all plant species discovered so far, their variation, and their past and present distributions. These specimens also hold a treasure trove of anatomical, chemical, ethnobotanical, and molecular information, and document the history of plant exploration.

 

 

Rosa nutkana, Nootka Rose
 

UBC Herbarium - Beaty Biodiversity Museum
University of British Columbia
3529-6270 University Blvd.
Vancouver, BC, CANADA V6T 1Z4
Phone: 604.822.3344
Fax: 604.822.6089
Email: ubc.herbarium
@ubc.ca

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum is dedicated to enhancing understanding and appreciation of biodiversity, and making the research conducted by the scientists of UBC's Biodiversity Research Centre accessible to the public. The Beaty Biodiversity Centre building is the home for both the Beaty Biodiversity Museum and the Biodiversity Research Centre. Beaty Biodiversity Museum
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