Herbarium Collection of the University of São Paulo\Brazil. The SPF herbarium collection constitutes the basis of much of the research performed at the Department of Botany from IB-USP, housing more than 250,000 specimens and 1000 nomenclatural types, especially of plants from the Espinhaço Range and from Central Brazil mountains.
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Pirani J R, Jono V, Lohmann L G, Figueiredo R R D (2024). SPF herbarium - Universidade de são Paulo - Herbário Virtual REFLORA. Version 1.269. Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botanico do Rio de Janeiro. Occurrence dataset. https://ipt.jbrj.gov.br/reflora/resource?r=spf_herbarium&v=1.269
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Brazil and South America. It is noteworthy the collection of plants from the rocky fields, mainly from Espinhaço Range and Central Brazil mountains.
|South West [-23.11, -48.67], North East [-10.97, -39.92]
Plantae. Other prominent collections are those associated with the taxonomic groups with experts in the Institution: Annonaceae, Bignoniaceae, Eriocaulaceae, Picramniaceae, Rutaceae, Simaroubaceae and Velloziaceae. In particular, the collections of Eriocaulaceae and Velloziaceae are among the best in the world.
|Annonaceae, Bignoniaceae, Eriocaulaceae, Picramniaceae, Rutaceae, Simaroubaceae, Velloziaceae
|Brasilian Marine Algae