Our Featured Herbaria

Our editorial team is always looking toward the next issue of The Vasculum, we again invite you to submit your contributions. In each newsletter, we publish an  article that explores a specific herbarium and describes its history, and how today they are used in innovative ways to engage students, researchers and the public. Please consider submitting your article for our next issue.

2021: The Natural History Museum (BM), London / University of British Columbia Herbarium (UBC)
2020: Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute (Federico Medem Bogotá, FMB) / University of Tennessee, Knoxville Herbarium (TENN)
2019: Ada Hayden Herbarium (ISC-IA) / South African National Biodiversity Institute’s National Herbarium (PRE)

2018: National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) / Tarleton State University (TSU)
2017: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (RSABG) / Ted R. Bradley Herbarium (GMUF)
2016: Valdosta State University (VSC) / National Herbarium of Victoria (RGBV)
2015: Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS) / West Virginia University (WVU)
2014: Duke University (DUKE) / Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)
2013: The Philecology Herbarium (BRIT) / US National Herbarium, Smithsonian (S)
2012: Robert Bebb Herbarium (OKL) / Massey Herbarium (VPI)
2011: A.C. Moore Herbarium (USCH) / University of Michigan Herbarium (MICH)
2010: University of Georgia (GA) / Willard Sherman Turell Herbarium, Miami University (MU)
2009: Louisiana State University (LSU) / Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
2008: John D. Freeman Herbarium (AUA) / Joseph F. Rock Herbarium (HAW)
2007: California Academy of Sciences (CAS) / Dudley Herbarium at Stanford University / Charles Darwin Research Station
2006: Pullen Herbarium (MISS) / Harvard University Herbaria (HUH)