OUPR - Herbário Professor José BadiniUFOP - Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto
Departamento de Evolução, Biodiversidade e Meio Ambiente (DEBIO)
Ouro Preto - MG - Brazil
In the nineteenth century, were implanted in Brazil the following herbaria: Herbarium of the Museu Nacional / R (1808); Herbarium of the Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro / BR (1890), School of Pharmacy Herbarium of the Ouro Preto OUPR (1891); Herbarium Museu Paraense E. Goeldi / MG, (1895); Herbarium D. Bento Pickel / SPSF (1896) and the Herbarium of the School of Mines / EM (1900). The Herbarium Professor José Badini was founded in 1986, at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Biological (ICEB), Federal University of Ouro Preto, where were incorporated the collections of the herbaria of the School of Pharmacy, School of Mines Herbarium and Herbarium Magalhães Gomes keeping the acronym OUPR. Among the important historical collections of the OUPR Herbarium can be cited Schwacke, Leonidas Damazio, Alvaro da Silveira, C. T. de Magalhaes Gomes and his brothers, Ducke, Costa Sena, Alfredo T. Baeta Neves, Mello Barreto, Campos Porto, Loefgren, Jacinto and Bruno Godoy, and Moacyr do Amaral Lisboa. The collection is currently about 35,000 herbarium specimens of the brazilian flora, such as exotic species. It also has several typus described mainly by botanists Alvaro da Silveira, Leonidas Damázio, Schwacke, Moacyr do Amaral Lisboa, and José Badini. This heritage, which dates back more than a century, it is always requested for consultation by various institutions and researchers from Brazil and abroad, the development of research in taxonomy, floristics, pharmacology, ecology and other sciences. Among the current collections of greatest importance in number of specimens collected merit highlighting the ones collected by Prof. José Badini, who sampled mainly Ouro Preto and region. The Herbarium Professor José Badini covers mainly the flora of the region known as Iron Quadrangle at Minas Gerais state, mainly of rocky fields (quartizite) and ferruginous fields (also called canga), and forests (riparian and semideciduous forests). The Herbarium "Professor José Badini" is registered with the Brazilian Network of Herbarium and Index Herbariorum, which contributes to the dissemination of his collection in the scientific community, in addition to being recognized as Custodian of the Genetic Heritage at the Ministry of Environment ( Resolution No 61, DOU 07.08.2004, section 1, page 104).Online since: 08/11/2012
Last update: 21/12/2022
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The data stored in the Herbarium OUPR are for educational, managerial, scientific, popular science and public administration. No data from this collection (including textual information, digital photography, image, reproduction or publication in any format) can be used with commercial intent or that results in income generation partially or completely through access to and / or manipulation of information of biological collections without the express permission of the legal representative of the institution. The OUPR not be liable under any circumstances for any damage, consequence or loss of data that the use of their biological collections made public it may have caused, whether individuals or corporations.
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ContactsDiretor ou chefe de dept.:
Eneida M. Eskinazi Sant'Anna
Viviane Renata Scalon