The herbarium of the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem (B) contains as one of its historical collections the moss herbarium of Bridel. Fortunately, this collection was separated from the main herbarium during the Second World War, and therefore escaped the destruction of the Berlin Botanic Museum in 1943. The Bridel herbarium comprises 1006 folders with more than 3000 moss specimens including many types collected by Bridel, Bruch, Funck, Hornschuch, Humboldt, Pylaie, Schwaegrichen and other bryologists of the early 19th century.
A record of reference material of the Desmidiaceae of Germany was compiled. Data of dried and otherwise preserved specimens stored in the German herbaria as well as of the living strains, cultured in culture collections is provided. Many of the references are completed by figures of the labels or by scanned micrographs from preparations for the light- or scanning microscopes.
A new record of reference material of the Desmidiaceae of Germany was compiled, using the databank “Specify”. Aim of the project was to summarize and digitalize the data of the dried and otherwise preserved specimens stored in the German herbaria as well as of the living strains, cultured in culture collections. Many of the references are completed by figures of the labels or by scanned micrographs from preparations for the light- or scanning microscopes.
The herbarium "Flora exsiccata Bavarica" contains 2000 vascular plants collected between 1898 and 1930. It was published by the Regensburgische Botanische Gesellschaft as a reference collection to the Bavarian Flora.
Database compiled in the course of the GEO Biodiversity Day on June 10/11 2005 containing observations made within a 24 hour period in the Tiergarten, Berlin. The aim is to register all existing species in this area.
The herbarium of the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem (herbarium acronym: B) is the largest in Germany and holds a collection of more than 3.5 million preserved specimens. All plant groups – flowering plants, ferns, mosses, liverworts, and algae, as well as fungi and lichens – are represented in the collections which are worldwide in scope. Associated with the general herbarium are special collections of dried fruits and seeds, wood samples, and specimens preserved in alcohol. The collections of the herbarium are growing constantly through field research conducted by staff, and through gifts, acquisitions, and exchanges of specimens from other herbaria
The “Herbarium Willing” is a private Phanerogam collection of Eckhard Willing. The collection is focussed on Greece and central Europe and consists of more then 150.000 specimens which are successively inserted and barcoded at the BGBM (Herbarium B).
This database contains label information for about 102,000 specimens (anno 2013) of lichens preserved in the herbarium of the Botanic Garden & Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, acronym B. It represents about one third of the lichen holdings and contains mainly recent acquisitions, in particular such resulting from own fieldwork. Added are about 13.000 specimens of fungi. It is designed to allow search for specimens for DNA research and to trace specimens renamed after publication.
Plant specimens gathered in the Toroslar mountain range of southern Turkey and the Pontic mountain range in north eastern torkey in 1999. The collection mainly covers grass vegetation plots of the subalpine level. It was collected together with many more observation records for vegetational studies applying phytosociological analysis. The resulting thesis was released in the public domain and is available at http://www.archive.org/details/VegetationskundlicheUntersuchungenInDerHochgebirgsregionDerBolkar. Specimens have been deposited at the Berlin Botanical Garden Herbarium (B) wi…