Converse College Herbarium (CONV)

Contact: Douglas Jensen (doug.jensen@converse.edu)
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 21 May 2018
IPT / DwC-A Source:
Digital Metadata: EML File
Collection Statistics
  • 6,445 specimen
  • 0 georeferenced
  • 6,438 (100%) with images
  • 6,333 (98%) identified to species
  • 188 families
  • 784 genera
  • 2,134 species
  • 2,139 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Extra Statistics
Family Distribution
Click on the specimen record counts within the parenthesis to return the records for that family
  • Acanthaceae (4)
  • Adoxaceae (68)
  • Aizoaceae (3)
  • Alismataceae (12)
  • Altingiaceae (10)
  • Amaranthaceae (19)
  • Amaryllidaceae (48)
  • Anacardiaceae (24)
  • Annonaceae (10)
  • Apiaceae (74)
  • Apocynaceae (65)
  • Aquifoliaceae (50)
  • Araceae (31)
  • Araliaceae (33)
  • Arecaceae (11)
  • Aristolochiaceae (52)
  • Asparagaceae (65)
  • Aspleniaceae (23)
  • Asteraceae (757)
  • Asteraceaes (8)
  • Balsaminaceae (10)
  • Bataceae (1)
  • Berberidaceae (42)
  • Betulaceae (38)
  • Bignoniaceae (28)
  • Blechnaceae (11)
  • Boraginaceae (64)
  • Brassicaceae (92)
  • Bromeliaceae (16)
  • Burmanniaceae (2)
  • Buxaceae (5)
  • Cabombaceae (2)
  • Cactaceae (4)
  • Calycanthaceae (32)
  • Campanulaceae (41)
  • Cannabaceae (5)
  • Cannaceae (1)
  • Caprifoliaceae (67)
  • Caryophyllaceae (97)
  • Casuarinaceae (2)
  • Celastraceae (20)
  • Chrysobalanaceae (1)
  • Cistaceae (12)
  • Cleomaceae (3)
  • Clethraceae (7)
  • Colchicaceae (24)
  • Commelinaceae (36)
  • Convolvulaceae (24)
  • Cornaceae (45)
  • Crassulaceae (17)
  • Cucurbitaceae (3)
  • Cupressaceae (51)
  • Cymodoceaceae (1)
  • Cyperaceae (250)
  • Cyrillaceae (3)
  • Dennstaedtiaceae (9)
  • Diapensiaceae (12)
  • Dioscoreaceae (10)
  • Droseraceae (4)
  • Dryopteridaceae (37)
  • Ebenaceae (12)
  • Elaeagnaceae (12)
  • Elatinaceae (1)
  • Equisetaceae (11)
  • Ericaceae (238)
  • Eriocaulaceae (5)
  • Euphorbiaceae (41)
  • Fabaceae (320)
  • Fagaceae (107)
  • Garryaceae (1)
  • Gelsemiaceae (22)
  • Gentianaceae (52)
  • Geraniaceae (26)
  • Ginkgoaceae (7)
  • Grossulariaceae (24)
  • Haemodoraceae (1)
  • Haloragaceae (6)
  • Hamamelidaceae (12)
  • Hydrangeaceae (23)
  • Hydrocharitaceae (6)
  • Hydroleaceae (1)
  • Hymenophyllaceae (4)
  • Hypericaceae (54)
  • Hypoxidaceae (7)
  • Iridaceae (54)
  • Isoetaceae (7)
  • Iteaceae (4)
  • Juglandaceae (34)
  • Juncaceae (27)
  • Juncaginaceae (1)
  • Krameriaceae (1)
  • Lamiaceae (184)
  • Lauraceae (33)
  • Lentibulariaceae (11)
  • Liliaceae (57)
  • Linaceae (4)
  • Linderniaceae (5)
  • Loganiaceae (4)
  • Lomariopsidaceae (1)
  • Lycopodiaceae (52)
  • Lygodiaceae (7)
  • Lythraceae (14)
  • Magnoliaceae (37)
  • Malvaceae (40)
  • Marantaceae (1)
  • Mayacaceae (1)
  • Melanthiaceae (115)
  • Melastomataceae (11)
  • Meliaceae (6)
  • Menispermaceae (6)
  • Menyanthaceae (2)
  • Molluginaceae (1)
  • Montiaceae (15)
  • Moraceae (23)
  • Myricaceae (9)
  • Myrtaceae (4)
  • Nartheciaceae (7)
  • Nelumbonaceae (1)
  • Nyctaginaceae (3)
  • Nymphaeaceae (6)
  • Oleaceae (37)
  • Onagraceae (55)
  • Onocleaceae (5)
  • Ophioglossaceae (34)
  • Opioglossaceae (1)
  • Orchidaceae (73)
  • Orobanchaceae (73)
  • Osmundaceae (18)
  • Oxalidaceae (26)
  • Paeoniaceae (2)
  • Papaveraceae (53)
  • Passifloraceae (14)
  • Paulowniaceae (9)
  • Phrymaceae (9)
  • Phytolaccaceae (8)
  • Pinaceae (109)
  • Plantaginaceae (90)
  • Platanaceae (9)
  • Plumbaginaceae (3)
  • Poaceae (39)
  • Podocarpaceae (3)
  • Podostemaceae (2)
  • Polemoniaceae (59)
  • Polygalaceae (27)
  • Polygonaceae (60)
  • Polypodiaceae (10)
  • Portulacaceae (5)
  • Primulaceae (16)
  • Pteridaceae (28)
  • Ranunculaceae (194)
  • Rhamnaceae (9)
  • Rosaceae (369)
  • Rubiaceae (84)
  • Rutaceae (3)
  • Salicaceae (36)
  • Salviniaceae (1)
  • Santalaceae (11)
  • Sapindaceae (82)
  • Sapotaceae (2)
  • Sarraceniaceae (3)
  • Saururaceae (1)
  • Saxifragaceae (74)
  • Scrophulariaceae (12)
  • Selaginellaceae (5)
  • Simaroubaceae (5)
  • Smilacaceae (42)
  • Solanaceae (36)
  • Sphenocleaceae (1)
  • Staphyleaceae (4)
  • Styracaceae (20)
  • Symplocaceae (3)
  • Talinaceae (1)
  • Tamaricaceae (1)
  • Taxaceae (2)
  • Tetrachondraceae (1)
  • Theaceae (9)
  • Thelypteridaceae (19)
  • Thymelaeaceae (1)
  • Tofieldiaceae (2)
  • Ulmaceae (16)
  • Urticaceae (10)
  • Verbenaceae (15)
  • Violaceae (147)
  • Vitaceae (39)
  • Woodsiaceae (14)
  • Xanthorrhoeaceae (6)
  • Zamiaceae (1)
  • Zygophyllaceae (1)
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