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Lichens

Lichen

The Lichen Herbarium of the New York State Museum serves to document the lichens of New York State and is especially rich in materials from Long Island and the Adirondacks. There are over 12,000 collections, including specimens from Charles H. Peck, Roy Latham, Stanley J. Smith, Irwin M. Brodo, and Claire K. Schmitt.

 

Database Records

Database records are available by searching the Consortium of North American Lichen Herbaria Portal:
http://lichenportal.org/portal/index.php.

Approximately 60% of the Lichen Herbarium is currently digitized.