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Kew I&N Asia 19h
Don’t adjust your screen!! This bundle of specimens have reached us at Kew in this wonderful pink tissue paper & it has certainly brightened my day!
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Kew Gardens LAA Team Jan 27
We love sharing the wonderful research collections Here's a recent behind the scenes display focusing on botanicals including Aloes: from specimens 🌿, to 🎨, to the 🍷
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amy w. 7h
Late to this meme... Get you a that can do it all
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Manuel Lujan 10h
specimen of the week is this wonderful Tibouchina collected by world-class specialist Frank Almeda who claim that might be the most diverse plant group in terms of pollination syndromes as they can be pollinated by almost everything!
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Rick Levy Jan 24
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MSU Herbarium Jan 23
Plant Systematics, Spring 2020. We used Acer to teach about the role of gestalt recognition in plant ID! This ended up being a very popular activity. specimens are also great for teaching about intraspecific variation.
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Julissa Roncal 10h
521 moss specimens from Ellesmere island arrived today at Ayre (NFLD).
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Anna Toledano 7h
It all comes full circle - making an appearance in my research today! 🍀🥰 (p.s. , this “goey dusty Moss” is 4u 🤗)
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St Andrews Herbarium Jan 26
Some stunning specimens from the late 19th Century, collected by Charles Howie, from the
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Etsy UK Jan 24
Who's dreaming of blue skies and spring flowers? 🌻 🌤️ This beautiful glass frame with pressed wildflowers from Etsy seller has us dreaming of warmer days and brightens up the longer days of January
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SL.Botanic Institute Jan 23
Book soon for & Workshops in Feb! With the great and . Sophie also giving talk on Pollen here next Tues. See
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Jordan Metzgar Jan 22
My first lecture of 's semester is over! It gets a little easier every year but still pretty nerve-wracking!
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Mason Heberling Jan 21
It has officially been 3 years of It isn't much but I'm proud to keep it going and hope it contributes towards greater appreciation of specimens, a bit about the species and collector behind the specimen, and specimen uses.
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ICAR-NBPGR Jan 23
Lecture cum demonstration on techniques for BSc(Botany) students of at National Herbarium of Crop Plants.
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Karolina Heyduk Jan 23
Hey friends, how do you effectively communicate with people working/volunteering in the herbarium? E-mail, Slack? What works?
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susan fahy Jan 26
Sweet Heather,haggis ,whisky tots and poetry and song Burns Nite 2020
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CSIR-NBRI Jan 25
organized an interactive session on at today. 120 students participated in the programme.
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@RBGE_Science Jan 21
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Laura Gómez Devia Jan 22
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Kathryn Turner Jan 23
Hey student-scientists! You were thinking about doing something cool with specimens anyway, weren't you? (psst, , have you seen this?)
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