Herbarium Staff RetirementsDr. Jim Massey, Curator of Vascular Plants and Herbarium Administrator, and Mrs. Mary McKee Felton, Curatorial Assistant, who have both been with the herbarium for 29 years, will retire 1 August 2000. The new email address for herbarium correspondence is firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE HERBARIUM
NEW! Mary McKee Felton Internship
Collectors of the UNC herbarium.
UNC HERBARIUM WEB RESOURCES
NEW! The Aizoaceae and Molluginaceae of the southeastern United States, by John R. Boetsch
NEW! Thomas Walter's Flora Caroliniana in XML.
Photo Gallery of Plants of the Southeastern United States
Gymnosperms of the Southeast in XML a sample of the use of eXtensible Markup Language for the presentation of systematic data.
Families of Vascular Plants and their Abbreviations with links to Kew databases.
CHAPTERS FROM VASCULAR PLANT SYSTEMATICS
Illustrated Glossary of Botanical Terms and Terminology, originally developed by Dr. Radford, but out of print now for a number of years.
What is an Herbarium?
How to Collect Plants
How to Construct and Use Identification Devices
FLORA OF THE CAROLINAS
AND VIRGINIA by Alan S. Weakley. Working Draft of 1 January 1997.
Introduction to the flora
Key to the Gymnosperms
Key to the Ferns and Fern Allies
Botanical Web Resources
HERBARIUM CELEBRATION November 14 1998. Photos from the reception at the Morehead Planetarium ballroom.
University of North Carolina Herbarium
CB# 3280, Coker Hall
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280
phone: (919) 962-6931
email: email@example.com NOTE NEW EMAIL ADDRESS!