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Annotations in Hans Sloane's copy of John Ray's Historia Plantarum (1686-1704)

John Ray’s Historia Plantarum is a three-volume work in Latin comprising three volumes. Volumes I and II were published in 1686 and 1688, and contain approximately 1,000 pages...
Victoria Pickering; Jawad Sadek; Foteini Valeonti; Shirley Chang et al. Collections Creative Commons Attribution

Hans Sloane’s collection of dried plants (the Sloanean Herbarium): an inventory

From the early 1680s until his death in 1753, London physician Hans Sloane amassed a vast collection of objects, among which were the 121,000 plant specimens that formed his...
Brad Scott; Victoria Pickering; Mark Carine Collections Creative Commons Attribution

Hans Sloane's Collection of Vegetables and Vegetable Substances

Hans Sloane’s Collection of Vegetables and Vegetable Substances originally consisted of 12,752 botanical specimens, most housed in small glass and wooden boxes. Sealed inside...
Victoria Pickering; Charles Jarvis; Mark Carine Research Creative Commons Attribution

Ipomoea tiliacea (Wild.) Choisy (Convolvulaceae) seeds stranded on the south-...

Alignment of 399bp fragment of the nuclear ribosomal Internal Transcribed Spacer region comprising 132 samples of the Ipomoea batatas group, used by Minchin and Carine to...
Dan Minchin; Claire Griffin; Mark Carine Research Creative Commons Attribution

The Herbarium of Samuel Dale M.D. (1659-1739)

Samuel Dale was born in 1659. He was apprenticed as an apothecary before moving to practice in Braintree, Essex in 1680. There, he befriended John Ray and began to pursue an...
Mark Carine Collections Creative Commons Attribution

Plants of South Asia

The Plants of South Asia dataset comprises details of herbarium specimens from the South Asian region and includes botanical specimens Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives,...
Jovita Yesilyurt; Shyam Biswa; Mark Carine; Felipe Dominguez Santana et al. Collections Creative Commons Attribution

The herbarium specimens collected by Alexander Anderson (1748 – 1811)

Alexander Anderson, a Scottish surgeonand botanist, served as superintendent at the St. Vincent Botanical Garden, which was established in 1765 and was the first Botanical...
Jovita C. Yesilyurt; Christina Welch Research Creative Commons Attribution

Specimens from Sloane's voyage to Jamaica

Hans Sloane was a seventeenth-century doctor and collector. He amassed a vast amount of material that eventually formed the basis of the British Museum. In 1881, Sloane's...
Charles E Jarvis Collections License not specified

Bound Volumes and Exsiccatae in the Botanical Collections at the Natural Hist...

This dataset provides an overview of the bound volumes and exsiccatae preserved in the botanical collections of the Natural History Museum. For each of the 1320 items accounted...
Norbert Holstein; Mark Carine; Edgley Cesar; Len Ellis et al. Collections Creative Commons CCZero

Clifford Herbarium

The herbarium contains over 3,000 specimens collected by George Clifford (1685-1760), a wealthy Anglo-Dutch merchant. The Herbarium includes plants that were newly cultivated...
Charles E Jarvis Collections License not specified

Arabic and Persian plant names in the Codex Vindobonensis

The Codex Vindobonensis Med. GR. 1 Der Osterreichischen Nationalbibliothek (sometimes referred to as the Juliana Anicia codex and hereafter referred to as ‘The Codex’) is a...
Hanouf Al-Alawi; John Hunnex Research Creative Commons Attribution

Clayton Herbarium

John Clayton (1694-1773) was a notable early collector of plant specimens in North America. From 1720 until his death, he was Clerk to the Court of Gloucester County in...
Charles E Jarvis Collections CC-BY-SA-4.0

Hermann Herbarium

The collection of dried plants and drawings made in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) for Paul Hermann in the 1670s possesses a special importance in being one of the first major collections...
Charles E Jarvis Collections License not specified