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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
Institution CodeFlas
Catalog Number212364
Collected ByKatia Silvera
Date Collected2001-03-10

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The University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS) in the Florida Museum of Natural History was established in 1891 by Peter H. Rolfs. Current holdings comprise approximately 460,000 botanical specimens including many historical specimens dating from the 1800's and early 1900's. The vascular plant collection (ca. 267,000 specimens) has an excellent representation of the flora of Florida and the southeastern United States, large holdings from the West Indies (esp. Haiti) and other Neotropical areas. The bryophyte and lichen collections (ca. 120,000 specimens) are worldwide in scope with an excellent representation of species from Florida and tropical areas such as Costa Rica, Venezuela and Brazil. The wood collection (16,000 samples) is worldwide in scope with a excellent representation of tropical woods. The algal collection includes ca. 2,000 specimens, mainly from Florida. The Fungal Herbarium contains ca. 55,000 specimens. The herbarium's collection catalog includes ca. 70,000 specimens, mainly vascular plants, including ca. 1,000 type specimens. Digital images are available for approximately 40,000 specimens. Support for the UF herbarium's computerization effort is provided by the Florida Museum of Natural History, UF / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, United States Department of Agriculture (Hatch Project FLAS-HRB-04170), UF Libraries Digital Library Center, Florida Center for Library Automation, the Florida Museum Associates and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.


Name Kent D. Perkins
RoleHerbarium Collection Manager
Name Kent D. Perkins
RoleHerbarium Collection Manager
Name Kent D. Perkins
RoleHerbarium Collection Manager
Name Kent D. Perkins
RoleHerbarium Collection Manager
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Scientific NameTrichocentrum stipitatum
Specific Epithetstipitatum
Scientific Name Authors(Lindl.) M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams
Nomenclatural CodeICN
Previous Identifications[Orig. id.:] Trichocentrum stipitatum (Lindl.) M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams [Det.:] K.S.
Catalog Number212364
PreparationsPreserved herbarium specimen
Reproductive Conditionflowering
Institution CodeFLAS
Occurrence ID2d9af929-3c74-475b-b44a-13b6c4e29780
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByKatia Silvera
Collector Number88
Date Collected2001-03-10
Verbatim Date CollectedMarch 10, 2001
Collection Remarks[Label note:] Voucher for: Silvera, Katia. 2002. Adaptive radiation of oil-reward compounds among neotropical orchid species (Oncidiinae). M.S. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Imported under scientific and CITES permit SE/P027-2001 on 4 Apr 2001 as Oncidium stipitatum.
Country CodePA
State / ProvincePanama
Continentnorth america
Verbatim LocalityPanama: Panama. In Chilibre, along Transistmica Road towards Colon Prov. Pressed from cultivation in the Florida Museum of Natural History orchid research greenhouse. Elev. ca. 100 m. Growing in large trees. Epiphytic; yellow flowers.
dwc:informationWithheldlocation information not given for endangered species
dcterms:rightsHolderUniversity of Florida
dwc:institutionIDUniversity of Florida Herbarium
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