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Loans and visits

The collections of Herbarium GB are available for researchers and students engaged in systematic and taxonomic research. The material may be accessed either by visiting the herbarium or by requesting a loan. We also offer guided tours for the general public, such as school classes and other groups interested in botany.

Visit Herbarium GB

If you would like to pay a visit to our herbarium to study our material, or for a guided tour, please contact the director Claes Persson:

E-mail: herbarium@bioenv.gu.se
Telephone: +46-31-786 2692

How to borrow material

If you are interested in studying material from Herbarium GB, please first read our Loan conditions and our Destructive sampling policy. Then contact the director of the herbarium, Claes Persson at herbarium@bioenv.gu.se (vascular plants, bryophytes, algae, slime molds), or the senior curator Ellen Larsson at ellen.larsson@bioenv.gu.se (fungi, lichens).

All requests should be made by the curator or the director of an institution and should include the following information:

• name of researcher
• nature of the study
• taxa requested (incl. synonyms)
• basionym of any type specimens requested
• geographical distribution of specimens requested (e.g. continent, region, or country)

How to find us

Herbarium GB and the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences are found in the Gothenburg Botanical Garden – Map

Postal address (for letters and small packets less than 2 kg)
Herbarium GB
Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
University of Gothenburg
Box 461
SE 405 30 Göteborg

Visiting and postal address (for packets over 2 kg)
Herbarium GB
Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
University of Gothenburg
Carl Skottsbergs Gata 22B
SE 413 19 Göteborg


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Page Manager: Sven Toresson|Last update: 3/16/2018

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