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FMNH-Pteridophytes - Field Museum of Natural History (Botany) Pteridophyte Collection
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21818
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22/04/2020
last update
24/03/2020
summary

The pteridophyte collection ranks fourth in the nation in size and includes more than 106,000 specimens of ferns and fern allies, including 373 types. The collection is worldwide in scope but has a strong concentration in tropical America. The Ferns and Fern Allies of Guatemala and Pteridophyta of Peru were based primarily on our holdings. Central American and Mexican collections include the outstanding material of Standley, Steyermark, Molina and L. O. Williams (Guatemala), Matuda, Ringle and Purpus (Mexico), Molina, Williams, Shimek (Nicaragua), and Brenes and Austin Smith (Costa Rica). South American material includes specimens from J. F. Macbride, Mexia, Killip and Smith, and both Carlos and José Schunke (Peru), Cuatrecasas (Colombia), Steyermark and Llewelyn Williams (Venezuela), Acosta Solis (Ecuador), Buchtien and Steinbach (Bolivia), and Brade (Brazil). Although Old World specimens are not especially numerous, they include valuable collections of Blanchard (Africa), Boivin and Humblot (Réunion, Madagascar) and Zenker (Cameroon). speciesLink shares data from South America.

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The Field Museum releases its collections data under the CC0 public domain waiver (https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/). This waiver places our biodiversity collections data in the public domain, and we decline to enforce any intellectual property rights we may have in it. The Museum also makes its multimedia based on collections items and specimens publicly available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC; https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/) for the distribution, publication, and remixing of media for any non-commercial purpose, as long as you credit the Field Museum and follow the other requirements of the Creative Commons license. For more information, access the Field Museum Norms page [https://www.fieldmuseum.org/science/research/use-collections-data-and-images] that talks in more detail about the licensing and fair use.

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Field Museum of Natural History (Botany) Pteridophyte Collection (https://fmipt.fieldmuseum.org/ipt/resource?r=fmnh_pteridophytes), accessed through speciesLink at (dd/mm/yyyy).

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