University of Minnesota Herbarium (MIN)

The Bell Museum was established in 1872 by the state legislature. The Herbarium started in 1889 with the purchase of John Sandberg's private collection (6000 specimens). The representation of Minnesota's flora is unparalleled and the assemblage of historic flora of the Upper Midwest is among the best in the U.S. Additionally there are excellent collections of circumboreal and arctic material and historical collections of H. Rusby and R. Squires (1895-1896, Orinoco River delta), J.W. Congdon (1894-1903, California, especially the Yosemite region); South Pacific collections of J. Tilden, A.A. Heller, and J.W. Moore; and more recent Papua New Guinea flora (G. Weiblen and students). Currently the Herbarium contains approximately 940,000 botanical and mycological specimens combined. Only the vascular plant records are being posted to this site at this time.
Contactos: Timothy J. S. Whitfeld,
Tipo de Colección: Preserved Specimens
Administración: Instantánea de datos de un base de datos local
última Actualización: 24 April 2023
Metadata Digital: EML File
Bell Museum
University of Minnesota
140 Gortner Laboratory
1479 Gortner Avenue
St. Paul, Minnesota   55108-1095
Estadísticas de Colección
  • 303,127 registros de especímenes
  • 201,475 (66%) georeferenciado
  • 219,236 (72%) con imágenes (225,888 imágenes en total)
  • 291,618 (96%) identificado a las especies
  • 380 familias
  • 3,210 géneros
  • 14,866 especies
  • 17,172 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Estadísticas Extras