University of Alabama (UNA)

The University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA) houses about 64,000 specimens of vascular plants, ca. 6,000 specimens of mosses, ca. 1,600 algae, and a few liverworts, lichens, & fungi. These include The Mohr Herbarium (formerly ALU) ca. 4500 specimens on permanent loan from the Alabama Museum of Natural History. The herbarium serves the three functions of the University: teaching, research, and service. Classes in botany make use of the collection for instructional purposes. A separate teaching collection is maintained with specimens of the local flora. The collections serve as a repository of research materials for study by students and faculty at the University of Alabama and, through loans, at herbaria worldwide.
Contacts: Juan Lopez-Bautista,
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Global Unique Identifier: 0e1f910b-778b-43a1-a052-4377121b1608
Digital Metadata: EML File
Collection Statistics
  • 2,401 specimen records
  • 2,236 (93%) georeferenced
  • 2,370 (99%) with images (2,438 total images)
  • 1,499 (62%) identified to species
  • 74 families
  • 135 genera
  • 252 species
  • 263 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
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