University of Lethbridge HerbariumAcronym: LEA
The University of Lethbridge Herbarium was founded shortly after 1968 by Job Kuijt, primarily as a teaching collection representative of the local flora. The herbarium houses the reference collection that forms the foundation for Kuijt's 1982 book A Flora of Waterton Lakes National Park and also numerous Packera collections by J.F. Bain. The collection currently includes over 20,000 specimens of vascular plants and remains an important research tool for botanists, students and the general public.
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Bain J (2016). University of Lethbridge Herbarium (LEA). Version 6.2. University of Lethbridge. Occurrence Dataset https://doi.org/10.5886/wrt547hq accessed via GBIF.org on 2017-09-29. id: doi:10.5886/wrt547hq
Dataset: University of Lethbridge Herbarium (LEA), doi:10.5886/wrt547hq Rights as supplied: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode
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