Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN-CANL)

The herbarium was founded in 1882 and contains ~588,000 specimens of north temperate vascular plants, especialy from Canada. Important collectors and collections include T.M.C. Taylor; G. Lawson; R. Bell; N.V. Polunin; R.C. Hosie; A.E. Porsild; J.H. Soper; G.M. Dawson; J. Macoun; W.K.W. Baldwin; H.J. Scoggan; J.M. Gillett; J. Bell; J.M. Macoun; W. Spreadborough; G.W. Argus; M.L. Fernald; A.P. Low; and M.O. Malte.

This herbarium incorporated specimens from part of the LCU (about 10,000 Canadian and arctic specimens), the Geological Survey of Canada, PFES in 2994, and OTF in 1994.
Contacts: Jennifer Doubt, jdoubt@mus-nature.ca
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 1 September 2022
IPT / DwC-A Source:
Digital Metadata: EML File
Address:
Canadian Museum of Nature - Lichenology Section
P. O. Box 3443, Station D
Ottawa, Ontario   K1P 6P4
Canada
[1] 613 364 4076
Collection Statistics
  • 53,361 specimen records
  • 49,018 (92%) georeferenced
  • 3,372 (6%) with images (5,249 total images)
  • 51,743 (97%) identified to species
  • 129 families
  • 489 genera
  • 2,895 species
  • 3,059 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Extra Statistics