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Northeastern State University, Joe M. Anderson Herbarium (NOSU-NOSU)

The Joe M. Anderson Herbarium was founded in 1970 and is housed at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK. Northeastern State University  is a public higher education institution, and is the oldest institution of higher learning in Oklahoma. The herbarium has approximately 5170 specimens, and faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students have been actively adding specimens to the collection each year. The collection is focused on the regional plants of eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas, with a number of specimens collected by forester Elbert L Little Jr. (1907-2004).

Contacts:

  • Curator: Lizz Waring, waringe@nsuok.edu, +1 (918) 444-3002

Collection Statistics

  • 4,058 specimen records
  • 3,032 (75%) georeferenced
  • 981 (24%) with images (981 total images)
  • 3,066 (76%) identified to species
  • 108 families
  • 432 genera
  • 777 species
  • 839 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)

Extra Statistics

Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Last Update: 21 February 2024
Global Unique Identifier: 59f6ce21-10fb-4b2e-be11-62e775c71b57
Digital Metadata:EML File
Geographic Distribution
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