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Title: Aportació al coneixement de l"herbari Trèmols de l"Institut Botànic de Barcelona.
Author: Gavioli, L.
Ibañez i Cortina, Neus
Soriano i Tomàs, Ignasi
Keywords: Herbaris
Institut Botànic de Barcelona
Issue Date: 11-Dec-2013
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Abstract: The herbarium BC-Trèmols was created during the second half of the 19th century by the Catalan chemist and botanist Frederic Trèmols Borrell. Between 1930 and 1960, the technician Antoni Marcos carried out a thorough review. The current collection consists of approximately 9000 specimen sheets; is made up of 58 volumes reordered by Marcos,two volumes with the original structure, four boxes of <i>Hieracium</i> and 85 boxes with additional material. Up to now 22 volumes and four boxes of <i>Hieracium</i> have been computerized (3695 specimens); we made an inventory at genus level of all volumes, and we computerized the original catalogue of the herbarium and the existing taxonomical fiches. We have also developed a preliminary inventory of the contents of the extra boxes. The analysis of these 3695 herbarium specimens clearly shows that it mainly consists of samples obtained by exchange (67.1%) especially within the Société Helvétique pour l"Échange des Plantes and the Societat Botànica Barcelonesa. Among the materials studied we found two specimens regarded as interesting from a taxonomical and/or nomenclatural point of view (isotypes of <i>Silene holzmanii</i> Heldr. ex Boiss. and of <i>Arenaria minutiflora</i> Loscos). Therefore, the main interest of the herbarium lies in the diversity of the geographical provenance of plants, which makes of this collection one of the first"pan-European herbaria" in Catalonia.
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It is part of: Collectanea Botanica, 2013, vol. 32, p. 103-114
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ISSN: 0010-0730
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