January 1, 2021
This page is no longer updated. This is an archived version of the pre-2018 CCH website. For the new website, please use this link ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/.About the Consortium
The data included in this database represent an extract of the California vascular plant collections at participating institutions. These data are updated regularly. Some of the partner institutions also serve their specimen data through an independent portal. Links to participant webpages are available from the participant directory. Some participating herbaria have collections of fungi, lichens, and bryophytes; those specimens are not included here. The holdings of the participant herbaria are listed in a bar graph and a chart.
Please send any feedback regarding the specimen data directly to the curator of each participating herbarium.
CCH in the Scientific Literature
Geographic Data Additonal Search Options
Additonal Search Options
RSABG Georeferencing: a repository of California-centric georeferencing resources maintained by Rancho Santa Ana Botanic GardenThe Yellow Flag Project: an effort to bring attention to incongruencies between georeferenced records and geographic ranges included in the Jepson eFlora.
Jason Alexander, Technical Editor (email@example.com)
Staci Markos, Administrative Co-Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Richard L. Moe, Emeritus Technical Editor (email@example.com)
California Digital Library; initial funding (2003–2006)
National Science Foundation; planning meeting (2006)
USDA Forest Service; georeferencing (2006 & 2007:Tehama, Trinity, Shasta, and Siskiyou counties)
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; digitization of type specimens (2008–2013)
Global Biodiversity Information Facility; georeferencing records of non-native specimens (2008–2009)
Institute of Museum and Library Services (Museums for America program); databasing and georeferencing historical specimens collected in San Diego County (2005–2009).
National Science Foundation; databasing, georeferencing, and technical support (2010–2014), with an additional supplement in 2012.
National Science Foundation; imaging, databasing, georeferencing, scoring phenological traits, and technical support (2018–2022).
Please send questions or comments regarding the development and use of these pages to Jason Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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