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OSU Specimen Processing & Labels (OSU-LABELS)

This collection is for collectors affiliated with Oregon State University to enter specimen data for unaccessioned specimens and print labels. Most of these specimens are intended to eventually be deposited in the Oregon State University Herbarium (OSC), though this is no guarantee. 

Herbarium Curator: James Mickley,, 1-541-737-5297
Herbarium Director: Aaron Liston,, 1-541-737-5301
Mycology Curator: Jessie Uehling,
Collection Type: General Observations
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Global Unique Identifier: d917cf74-256b-47bf-9e33-1ada80d6ab03
Digital Metadata: EML File
Rights Holder: Oregon State University
Access Rights:
Cite this collection:
OSU Specimen Processing & Labels. Occurrence dataset (ID: d917cf74-256b-47bf-9e33-1ada80d6ab03) accessed via the OregonFlora Portal, , 2023-10-02).
Oregon State University
Botany and Plant Pathology Department
2701 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR   97331
[1] 541 737 4106
Updated June 2022 (mailing address updated). We are in the process of moving back to our renovated, on campus herbarium facility. We can now receive shipments, but will not be ready to mail specimens until specimen unpacking is completed later this summer. WILLU is not interfiled. ORE is interfiled with OSC. Specimens from ORE, OSC, and WILLU are sent on all loan requests and should be cited based on the original herbarium.

Taxonomic Coverage: All groups.

Geography: Worldwide, mainly the Pacific Northwest

Incorporated Herbaria: WILLU (32 000 specimens) in 1976,LAGO (in part),ORE (110 000 specimens) in 1993,fungi of U.S. Forest Service Pathology Herbarium.

Total Specimens: 500000

Index Herbariorum Link
Collection Statistics
  • 585 specimen records
  • 521 (89%) georeferenced
  • 83 families
  • 257 genera
  • 357 species
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