BRIT Botanical Research Institute of Texas.- Fort Worth, TX, US
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N 32° 44.530 W 097° 21.776
14S E 653380 N 3623889
Quick Description: Botanical Research Institute of Texas 1700 University Drive Fort Worth, Texas 76107-3400 U.S.A.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 10/25/2016 4:39:41 PM
Waymark Code: WMTB05
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
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Long Description:
Collections Inventory

BRIT - Africa
BRIT - Asia
BRIT - Australia
BRIT - Cultivated
BRIT - Europe
BRIT - Malesia
BRIT - Mexico and Central America
BRIT - North America
BRIT - South America
BRIT - Texas
BRIT - West Indies
VDB - Alabama
VDB - Mexico
VDB - North America
VDB - Tennessee
VDB - World

Families: The inventory recorded 387 families in the collection.
Genera The inventory recorded 7,754 genera in the collection.
Species The inventory recorded 66,135 species in the collection.
Herbarium Acronym: BRIT

Institution Association: Botanical Garden

Type of Structure: Seperate structure

City: Fort Worth Texas

Special Collections: R. Athey, R. Carter, D. S. Correll, V. L. Cory, D. Demaree, T. Drummond, T. R. Fisher, R. C. Friesner, H. Gentry, R. K. Godfrey, A. J. Grout, M. T. Hall, P. T. Husnot, R. Kral, F. J. Lindheimer, S. McDaniel, E. J. Palmer, J. Peck, C. G. Pringle, J. Reverc

Special Projects: Living Roof

Parking: N 32° 44.530 W 097° 21.776

Visitation possible: yes

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