Corporate entry Australian National Herbarium (1984 - )
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
- Conservation or Environment
The Australian National Herbarium is located on site at the National Botanic Gardens in Canberra. The Herbarium contains the largest collection of plant specimen samples in Australia.
The Australian National Herbarium resulted from the amalgamation of several herbaria managed by the Australian government over the years, including CSIRO herbaria, the Forest Research Institute's Eucalypt and Atherton Rainforest Collection, and the Australian Botanic Gardens Herbarium. Previously known as 'Herbarium Australiense', the CSIRO's core collection was renamed 'Australian National Herbarium' in 1984.
1975 - 1984 Herbarium Australiense
1984 - Australian National Herbarium
Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions
- McCarthy, Gavan; Smith, Ailie; Moje, Christine; Rigby, Rebecca, The Study of Australian Eucalypts, eScholarship Research Centre, 2013, http://www.eoas.info/eucalypts/index.html. Details
- Cowley, K. J.; West, J. G, Resources of Australian Herbaria: a Guide to Herbaria Located in Australia (Canberra: Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, 1999),  pp. Details
- Cowley, K. J.; West, J. G, Resources of Australian Herbaria [online], with Council of Heads of Australian Herbaria, Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, 2002, http://www.anbg.gov.au/chah/resources/intro/index.html. Details
- Keig, Gael, Hide, Robin L., Cuddy, Susan M., Buettikofer, Heinz, Bellamy, Jennifer A., Bleeker, Pieter, Freyne, David and McAlpine, John, 'CSIRO and land research in Papua New Guinea 1950 - 2000, part 1: pre-independence', Historical Records of Australian Science, 30 (2) (2019), 83-99, https://doi.org/10.1071/HR18019. Details
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