96 endorsed data publishers for Spain

  • AZTI-Tecnalia 1 published dataset

  • Animal Biology Section, Zoology and Phisic Antropology Department, Murcia University 1 published dataset

  • Anthos: Spanish Plants Information System, Biodiversity Foundation-Royal Botanical Garden, CSIC

  • Aranzadi Science Society 5 published datasets

    Aranzadi Sciences Society, a non-profit organization situated in the city of Donostia-S. Sebastián (Gipuzkoa, Spain). The aims of Aranzadi are the research (in the fields of the natural and human sciences) and the divulgation of this research, with the last goal of conserving our patrimony. The Society was funded in 1947 and took its name from the researcher Telesforo de Aranzadi (1860-1945), who was a famous anthropologist with also studies carried out in the fields of the natural sciences.


  • Asociación Ibero-macaronésica de Jardines Botánicos 1 published dataset

    (ES) La Asociación Ibero-Macaronésica de Jardines Botánicos (AIMJB) tiene como fin la colaboración entre los Jardines Botánicos miembros, promoviendo y coordinando proyectos comunes de actuación e impulsando el intercambio de conocimientos, experiencias, documentación y material vegetal. Fue constituida en 1985 por distintas instituciones españolas y portuguesas relacionadas con las finalidades y objetivos de un jardín botánico. Dentro de la AIMB se integra la Red Española de Bancos de Germplasma (REDBAG), que está formada por los miembros españoles la AIMJB que tengan un Banco de Germoplasma (BAG), así como por aquellos Bancos que dependientes de otras instituciones distintas a Jardines Botánicos, sean igualmente activos en la gestión de Especies Silvestres y otros Recursos Fitogenéticos. El proyecto openREDBAG (www.redbag.es/openredbag) plantea la apertura de los datos sobre Recursos Fitogenéticos conservados en España y utiliza la plataforma GBIF para hacer accesibles estos datos. (EN) The Association of Iberian-Macaronesic Botanic Gardens (AIMJB) is aimed to keep the collaboration among the Botanical Gardens members , promoting and coordinating common action projects and promoting the exchange of knowledge, experiences , information and plant material. It was founded in 1985 by several Spanish and Portuguese institutions aligned with the purposes and expected roles to be played by Botanical Gardens. The Spanish Network of Germplasm Banks (REDBAG) is integrated within the AIMJB and it was initiatlly formed by the AIMJB members holding Germplasm Banks collections; it also includes non AIMJB members with Seed Banks (being or not Botanic Gardens) that are active on the management of wild flora species and plant genetic resources. The project openREDBAG (www.redbag.es/openredbag) is focused on making accessible data on plant genetic resources that are conserved within Spanish national germplasm banks.


  • Association for the Integral Development of the Manchuela Conquense area 2 published datasets

  • Banc de dades de biodiversitat de Catalunya 7 published datasets

    http://biodiver.bio.ub.es/biocat/homepage.html


  • Banco de Datos de la Biodiversidad en Aragón. Gobierno de Aragón 1 published dataset

    El Banco de Datos de la Biodiversidad en Aragón es una unidad adscrita al Servicio de Biodiversidad del Gobierno de Aragón responsable de la recopilación, organización y publicación de los datos y la información sobre la biodiversidad aragonesa. El Banco de Datos pone esta información a disposición de gestores y planificadores, a promotores y a la sociedad en su conjunto para la correcta planificación de medidas de gestión de especies y hábitats amenazados, y de lugares protegidos, para su mantenimiento en un estado de conservación favorable. Entre los objetivos de la organización se encuentran 1) servir de repositorio de datos e información sobre biodiversidad en Aragón, incluyendo las especies, los hábitats y los lugares protegidos. 2) Organizar las colecciones de datos sobre la biodiversidad aragonesa. 3) Implantación de estándares internacionales en las colecciones de datos. 4) Poner al servicio de la sociedad, y de la administración, los datos e información sobre biodiversidad. 5) Contribuir a un mejor conocimiento de la biodiversidad y sus procesos ecológicos.


  • Basque Government 2 published datasets

    The Basque Government is the governing body of the Basque Autonomous Community of Spain. Its main responsibilities on nature and biodiversity are: • Creation of legally binding protected natural areas, • Definition, promotion and administration of Nature 2000 areas within the Basque Autonomous Community, • Planning of the high ecological valued and fragile ecosystems, • Administration and management of the Basque Catalogue of Threatened Species, • Elaboration of plans for managing marine and land natural resources, • Elaboration of studies, plans and strategies for the conservation and protection of the biodiversity), • Elaboration of plans for education, training and raising of awareness in matters of environment • Management of environmental information and promotion of public participation in this area.


  • Biodiversity data bank of Generalitat Valenciana 1 published dataset

  • Biological Station of Doñana (CSIC) 4 published datasets

  • Botanical Garden of Barcelona 1 published dataset

    The Botanic Garden of Barcelona is a center of exhibition of alive plant collections from all the regions of the World with Mediterranean climate. The collections are distributed according to their geographical origin and the species are divided representing natural plant communities. So, several plant assemblages with the same environmental requirements (waterings, substratums, fertilizers...) are created and their maintenance becomes more sustainable. The Garden has an area of nurseries for the production of plants and useful infrastructures for conservation projects. It also has technical personnel's staff for the control of the existent collections and for the inclusion of new ones.


  • Botanical Garden of Córdoba 1 published dataset

    The Herbarium COA began in 1980. It approximately includes 75000 sheets of pressed and dried plants fundamentally from Andalusia. It is specialized in species of the family Brassicaceae, weeds and endemic plants of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands. The sheets are stored in 17 compact closets distributed by families, genus and species. The Herbarium also includes an archive and a register.


  • Botanical Garden, University of Valencia 2 published datasets

    The Botanic Garden of València belong to the University of València. It was created in 1802 and actually housed tree collections: bank of germ-plasm, living plants and herbarium.


  • Botanical Institute of Barcelona (IBB-CSIC-ICUB) 3 published datasets

    The herbarium of the Barcelona Botanical Institute, known internationally by the initials BC, specialises in the flora of the western Mediterranean region. This Herbarium is integrated by the general herbarium of vascular plants, some historical collections collected in the XVIII and XIX centuries and some collections of mosses, lichens and mushrooms and algae.


  • Botany laboratory. Plant Biology and Ecology Department. University of the Basque Country 1 published dataset

    This Herbarium was founded in 1982 and stores 50.162 vascular plants.


  • CIBIO (Institute of Biodiversity), Univ. Alicante 2 published datasets

    This Herbarium was founded in 1993. It is integrated by sheets of vascular plants and the historical collection of Professor Abelardo Rigual.


  • CSIC-Real Jardín Botánico 12 published datasets

    The Royal Botanical Garden is a Research Institute belonging to the Higher Council of Scientific Research (CSIC) since 1939 and has the singularity of being at the same time a Botanical Garden. Since its inception, it has carried out the basic functions of all botanical gardens: research, conservation and education. The king Fernando VI ordered the creation of the Real Botanical Garden of Madrid that was settled in Huerta de Migas Calientes, beside Manzanares river. It counted with more than 2.000 plants, picked up by the botanical and surgeon José Quer, in his numerous trips by the Iberian Peninsula or obtained by exchange with other European botanists. From 1774, the king Carlos III gave instructions for moving the Botanical Garden to it current location in Paseo del Prado, where it was inaugurated in 1781. Sabatini - royal architect - and Juan de Villanueva - who designed the Prado Museum, the Astronomical Observatory of Madrid and other works - were taken charge of the project. During those years, the three staggered terraces were built, the plants were ordered according to the Linnean method and the railing that surrounds the Garden, the vine arbours and the greenhouse - Villanueva pavilion - were built. From their creation, the teaching of the Botany was developed in the Royal botanical Garden, expeditions were favored to America and the Pacific, drawings of collections of sheets took charge and important herbaria that served of base to describe new species for the Science were gathered. In 1808, the Independence war brought to the Garden years of abandonment and sadness. In this time, the efforts of Mariano de La Gasca to maintain the Garden in the European scientific currents are prominent. In 1857, being Mariano de la Paz Graells director the Royal Botanical Garden, Important reformations, as the hothouse and the superior terrace remodeling were carried out. Also in time of Graells, a zoological garden was settled. Twelve years later, being Miguel Colmeiro director of the Botanical Garden, the zoo was moved to the Jardín del Buen Retiro. In the decade of 1880-1890, the Garden underwent important losses. In 1882 two hectares are segregated to build the building that at the moment occupies the Ministry of Agriculture. In 1886, a hurricane demolished 564 trees of great value. In the first third of the twenty century, serious research in mycology began, and the research in micromycetology adquires a high scientific level. In 1939, the Royal Botanical Garden was included in Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas an Institution of the Sciences and Techniques Spanish Ministery. In 1942, the Garden is declared Artistic Monument. In 1974, after decades of penury and abandonment, the Royal Botanical Garden was closed to the public to approach deep restoration works that finished returning him it original style. In 1981, coinciding with the bicentennial of their moving, the reformations were inaugurated by SS.MM. the Kings of Spain. In 1993 SS.MM. the Kings inaugurated the modern exhibition hothouse. The Real Jardín Botánico holds the most important collection of cryptogams of the Iberian Peninsula. Over 100,000 specimens kept, databased and available via Internet at http://www.rjb.csic.es/herbario/crypto/crywelco.htm Over 100,000 specimens of Algae, Bryophytes, Fungi and Lichens kept, databased and available via Internet at http://www.rjb.csic.es/herbario/crypto/crydb.htm Over 800,000 plants kept, currently being databased. Important collections from the Iberian Peninsula, Western Mediterranea region, the Ameericas, Philippines, Equatorial Guinea and Panama.Information available at:http://www.rjb.csic.es/colecciones/herbario/fanero.htm


  • Cabildo Insular de Tenerife 1 published dataset

    El Cabildo de Tenerife es la entidad local que gobierna la isla de Tenerife. Tiene transferidas las competencias en materia de medio ambiente. A través de la Unidad Orgánica de Biodiversidad gestiona las poblaciones de las especies silvestres de flora y fauna y de los hábitats naturales presentes en Tenerife, especialmente aquellos clasificados como de interés comunitario prioritario. Esta tarea exige disponer de datos reales de campo actualizados y accesibles para facilitar la toma de decisiones de los gestores del territorio.


  • Carl Faust Foundation 1 published dataset

  • Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, University of Valencia 1 published dataset

  • CeDoc of Plant Biodiversity (CeDocBIV), Univ. Barcelona 5 published datasets

    The BCN Herbarium was created in 2001 by menas of the merger of the BCF and BCC old herbariums. It is integrated by more than 300,000 sheets of plants basically from the Iberian Peninsula and other areas of the Mediterranean region. The main groups represented are: cormophytes (250,000 sheets), lichens (22,000 specimens), fungi (20,000 specimens), seweeds (5,000 sheets) and bryiophytes (3,000 sheets). Strength: 1- Geobotany and Cartography of the vegetation, 2- Cryptogamy, 3- Vegetal Biodiversity and Biosystematic, 4- Aquatic vegetal resources.


  • Centre for Advanced Studies of Blanes, CSIC 5 published datasets

  • Colecciones naturales de la Asociación BIGA para el estudio del patrimonio natural de Galicia: FBIGA y ABIGA. 2 published datasets

    El Herbario de la Asociación BIGA para el estudio del patrimonio natural de Galicia (FBIGA) así como la colección de Arthropoda de la Asociación BIGA para el estudio del patrimonio natural de Galicia (ABIGA) se crearon en 2007 para alojar el material biológico obtenido en las recolecciones efectuadas principalmente en el territorio de la comunidad autónoma de Galicia (NO España) que sirviera de base a la investigación botánica y faunística, desde el punto de vista de la biogeografía, corología, migraciones, desarrollo de mapas, dominios y territorios climáticos, bioclimatología, bioindicadores, biología floral, polinización, citología, histología, anatomía, carpología, cultivos experimentales o etnobotánica, factores ecológicos, fenología, fotoquímica, fisiología de los vegetales, fitosociología, floras y catálogos, notas y aportaciones florísticas y faunísticas, flora ornamental y flora y fauna alóctona, números cromosomáticos, palinología, sistemática, taxonomía y nomenclatura, silvicultura o producción forestal. El herbario FBIGA está formado por plantas vasculares (angiospermas, gimnospermas y pteridófitos) con actualmente 5089 pliegos. La colección ABIGA está formado principalmente por especímenes de la clase Insecta (Coleoptera, Diptera, Lepidoptera y Orthoptera) con actualmente 4.456 ejemplares. Todos los ejemplares son posteriormente depositados en una colección institucional, en este caso, las del Centro de Investigación Forestal de Lourizán, dependiente de la Dirección Xeral de Montes de la Xunta de Galicia donde puede consultarse libremente el material, de acuerdo con las normas del centro. La Asociación BIGA para el estudio del patrimonio natural de Galicia edita la revista Boletín BIGA (http://www.biga.org/Boletin_BIGA/index.html), una publicación científica independiente que publica trabajos originales relacionados con la biodiversidad de Galicia fundamentalmente. En el boletín BIGA se publican anualmente las listas de pliegos y especímenes de las colecciones de la Asociación BIGA que son depositados en el herbario LOU y colección LOU-Arthr o en otras colecciones y/o instituciones. Además, la Asociación BIGA, aporta información diversa a través de su portal, http://www.biga.org/, donde se pueden consultar desde listas bibliográficas, galerías de imágenes, información sobre legislación medioambiental, enlaces de interés o descarga de artículos científicos.


  • Concepcion Historical-Botanical Gardens

    This Herbarium was created in 1993. It is integrated by ornamental and autochtonous flora.