Dataset

University of the Sunshine Coast Herbarium

University of the Sunshine Coast
Dr Alison Shapcott (Enriched by)
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University of the Sunshine Coast Library, 90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs QLD 4556

herbarium@usc.edu.au

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The University of the Sunshine Coast Herbarium houses a collection of plant specimens donated by the Queensland Forestry Research Institute, now housed in a purpose-built space within the Library.

The herbarium collection forms the basis for a regional reference collection of plants , the majority of which are endemic to Queensland.   The herbarium consists of c.10,000 plant specimens and provides valuable historical records of plant distributions.

Data time period: 1940

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