A short description of the collections of The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY)

@article{Holmgren2008ASD,
  title={A short description of the collections of The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY)},
  author={Patricia K. Holmgren and Jacquelyn A. Kallunki and Barbara M Thiers},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={285-296}
}
An overview of the phanerogamic and cryptogamic collections accumulated by The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY) since its foundation in 1891 is presented. Appended are a list of herbaria incorporated into NY, a list of collectors who have deposited their original herbaria or significant parts thereof at NY, a list of the taxonomic groups particularly well represented at NY, and a list of papers published since 1963 about the NY collections. 

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