• Vascular: Parnassia
  • Haematomma
  • Sphagnum beringiense
  • Lygodium
  • Geastrum
  • Fucus
  • Cactus flowers2
  • Usnea
  • Bryocrumia andersorii
  • Ferns
  • mushroom
  • Halymenia floresii
  • ? Bromeliad?
  • Lichens
  • Sphagnum rubiginosum
  • Cnemedaria
  • Hypholoma
  • Codium carolinianum
  • desert cactus
  • Cladonia
  • Campylopus
  • notholaenoid farina
  • Stereum
  • Asters
  • lichen banner
  • Metzgeria banner
  • Clavicorona
  • Passiflora
  • Solorina crocea among Nardia scalaris
  • Fern
  • Fungi
  • Cactus flowers
  • Caloplaca
  • sphagnum
  • Astrolepis deltoidea
  • Cactus spines
  • Passiflora close-up
  • Adiantum close-up
  • Physaria close-up
  • Polystichum close-up
  • Passiflora (type) close-up
  • Ryhchospora close-up
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The Duke Herbarium contains over 800,000 specimens of vascular plants, bryophytes, algae, lichens, and basidiomycete fungi, including more than 1900 types. The collection is especially rich in specimens from the southeastern United States, but has synoptic representation worldwide.



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