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The Tasmanian Herbarium is responsible for the development, maintenance and management of the botanical collections of Tasmania.
These preserved plant specimens are internationally recognised as the most comprehensive record of the Tasmanian flora in the world. The specimens represent the permanent material evidence of knowledge on what plants occur in Tasmania, their distribution in space and time, their variability and a wealth of other information. They are also the raw materials for further discovery and knowledge of Tasmania’s unique flora.
The collection underpins a wide range of plant-based activities, including:
plant identification and classification;
scientific studies and publications;
land-use, resource management and flora conservation activities;
control and management of exotic flora;
control and management of prohibited plants;
the search for economically useful plants and plant products;
interpretations, displays and other presentations that promote TMAG and Tasmanian natural history to a wide audience.
Type of content
Includes: point occurrence data.
Tasmanian Herbarium, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. PO Box 5058, UTAS LPO, Sandy Bay 7005, Tasmania, Australia. https://www.tmag.tas.gov.au/
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Neither the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH) nor any other Data Custodian will accept liability for any loss, damage, cost or expenses that you may incur as a result of the use of or reliance upon the Data.
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