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The bryophyte collection comprises approximately 85 000 specimens, of which ca 65 000 have been collected in Sweden. Many specimens are relatively old and collected in the 1800s or in the beginning of the 1900s. Captain Carl Stenholm was one of the most important collectors at that time, and he collected more than 5 000 specimens. The herbarium also holds 1 500 collections by Sven Fransén from Sweden, Norway and Ecuador. Other important collectors include Sigfrid Arnell, Sixten and Carl Bergström, and Johan Emmanuel Zetterstedt, all who have collected more than 1 000 specimens.


Plagiothecium undulatum

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