R-Fungi - Herbário do Museu Nacional - Coleção de Fungos

UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
MN - Museu Nacional
Botânica
R Collection
Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Brazil
herbarior@mn.ufrj.br


The Herbarium of the National Museum (R) of the Department of Botany of the National Museum (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) was founded in 1831, being the first herbarium in Brazil and one of the largest in Latin America. The herbarium consists of a total of approximately 500,000 specimens. The R-Fungi includes material collected by mainly by foreign naturalists during the 19th century, such as E. Ule, Malme, Santersson, Rick, Corner, Kimmerle, Hioram, among others. It consists of a total of approximately 4553 (ca. 1% of the general collection) specimens distributed in fungi (2039) and lichenized fungi (2514), covering distinct vegetation formations from Brazil and abroad. The R-Fungi collection is organized in compacting cabinets and in alphabetical order and is in good condition. Currently, the material is in the process of informatization. It is an active and continuously growing collection.

Online since: 28/11/2019
Last update: 29/07/2021

Number of records

Total: 4,931
Online: 4,931
Georeferenced: 75
With images: 30

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Herbário do Museu Nacional - Centro de referência da biodiversidade brasileira

Contacts

Diretor ou chefe de dept.:
Mariângela Menezes
menezes.mariangela@gmail.com
Curador substituto:
Vera Lúcia Campos Martins
veramartins@mn.ufrj.br