Francis Marion University Herbarium (FMUH)

Contact: Gerald Long (glong@fmarion.edu)
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 22 November 2017
Digital Metadata: EML File
Collection Statistics
  • 7,172 specimen records
  • 0 georeferenced
  • 7,053 (98%) with images
  • 6,392 (89%) identified to species
  • 179 families
  • 793 genera
  • 1,789 species
  • 1,903 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 (17)
  • Adoxaceae (65)
  • Aizoaceae (2)
  • Alismataceae (41)
  • Altingiaceae (16)
  • Amaranthaceae (41)
  • Amaryllidaceae (43)
  • Anacardiaceae (36)
  • Annonaceae (13)
  • Apiaceae (103)
  • Apocynaceae (71)
  • Aquifoliaceae (84)
  • Araceae (51)
  • Araliaceae (29)
  • Arecaceae (7)
  • Aristolochiaceae (20)
  • Asparagaceae (30)
  • Aspleniaceae (11)
  • Asteraceae (801)
  • Balsaminaceae (9)
  • Berberidaceae (17)
  • Betulaceae (36)
  • Bignoniaceae (22)
  • Blechnaceae (19)
  • Boraginaceae (23)
  • Brassicaceae (56)
  • Bromeliaceae (8)
  • Burmanniaceae (2)
  • Cabombaceae (8)
  • Cactaceae (9)
  • Calycanthaceae (3)
  • Campanulaceae (62)
  • Cannabaceae (19)
  • Cannaceae (4)
  • Caprifoliaceae (28)
  • Caryophyllaceae (68)
  • Celastraceae (9)
  • Ceratophyllaceae (3)
  • Cistaceae (20)
  • Cleomaceae (4)
  • Clethraceae (19)
  • Colchicaceae (11)
  • Commelinaceae (38)
  • Convolvulaceae (69)
  • Cornaceae (104)
  • Crassulaceae (5)
  • Cucurbitaceae (16)
  • Cupressaceae (45)
  • Cyperaceae (296)
  • Cyrillaceae (18)
  • Dennstaedtiaceae (4)
  • Diapensiaceae (10)
  • Dioscoreaceae (13)
  • Droseraceae (25)
  • Dryopteridaceae (20)
  • Ebenaceae (14)
  • Elaeagnaceae (3)
  • Ephedraceae (1)
  • Equisetaceae (3)
  • Ericaceae (308)
  • Eriocaulaceae (15)
  • Euphorbiaceae (98)
  • Fabaceae (366)
  • Fagaceae (195)
  • Gelsemiaceae (17)
  • Gentianaceae (54)
  • Geraniaceae (12)
  • Ginkgoaceae (2)
  • Haemodoraceae (9)
  • Haloragaceae (36)
  • Hamamelidaceae (19)
  • Hydrangeaceae (15)
  • Hydrocharitaceae (8)
  • Hydroleaceae (9)
  • Hypericaceae (115)
  • Hypoxidaceae (12)
  • Iridaceae (48)
  • Isoetaceae (6)
  • Iteaceae (11)
  • Juglandaceae (67)
  • Juncaceae (87)
  • Lamiaceae (180)
  • Lauraceae (39)
  • Lentibulariaceae (26)
  • Liliaceae (16)
  • Linaceae (14)
  • Linderniaceae (23)
  • Loganiaceae (5)
  • Lycopodiaceae (40)
  • Lygodiaceae (8)
  • Lythraceae (25)
  • Magnoliaceae (43)
  • Malvaceae (66)
  • Marantaceae (2)
  • Mayacaceae (3)
  • Melanthiaceae (34)
  • Melastomataceae (42)
  • Meliaceae (4)
  • Menispermaceae (9)
  • Menyanthaceae (3)
  • Molluginaceae (2)
  • Montiaceae (1)
  • Moraceae (13)
  • Myricaceae (38)
  • Myrtaceae (1)
  • Nartheciaceae (19)
  • Nyctaginaceae (2)
  • Nymphaeaceae (21)
  • Oleaceae (47)
  • Onagraceae (57)
  • Onocleaceae (7)
  • Ophioglossaceae (14)
  • Orchidaceae (78)
  • Orobanchaceae (75)
  • Osmundaceae (9)
  • Oxalidaceae (14)
  • Papaveraceae (11)
  • Passifloraceae (13)
  • Paulowniaceae (2)
  • Phrymaceae (19)
  • Phyllanthaceae (15)
  • Phytolaccaceae (9)
  • Pinaceae (40)
  • Piperaceae (1)
  • Plantaginaceae (82)
  • Platanaceae (6)
  • Plumbaginaceae (5)
  • Poaceae (568)
  • Podostemaceae (2)
  • Polemoniaceae (13)
  • Polygalaceae (58)
  • Polygonaceae (72)
  • Polypodiaceae (6)
  • Pontederiaceae (9)
  • Portulacaceae (5)
  • Potamogetonaceae (11)
  • Primulaceae (15)
  • Psilotaceae (1)
  • Pteridaceae (11)
  • Ranunculaceae (93)
  • Rhamnaceae (16)
  • Rosaceae (214)
  • Rubiaceae (73)
  • Rutaceae (8)
  • Salicaceae (55)
  • Salviniaceae (4)
  • Santalaceae (9)
  • Sapindaceae (56)
  • Sapotaceae (11)
  • Sarraceniaceae (40)
  • Saururaceae (7)
  • Saxifragaceae (23)
  • Schisandraceae (2)
  • Scrophulariaceae (12)
  • Selaginellaceae (9)
  • Simaroubaceae (2)
  • Smilacaceae (64)
  • Solanaceae (38)
  • Sphagnaceae (2)
  • Staphyleaceae (2)
  • Styracaceae (19)
  • Symplocaceae (12)
  • Talinaceae (2)
  • Tamaricaceae (1)
  • Taxaceae (2)
  • Tetrachondraceae (5)
  • Theaceae (13)
  • Thelypteridaceae (6)
  • Thymelaeaceae (1)
  • Tofieldiaceae (14)
  • Typhaceae (16)
  • Ulmaceae (27)
  • Urticaceae (24)
  • Verbenaceae (31)
  • Violaceae (60)
  • Vitaceae (42)
  • Woodsiaceae (12)
  • Xanthorrhoeaceae (3)
  • Xyridaceae (27)
This site was developed in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Heritage Trust Program and the A. C. Moore Herbarium
and is hosted by the University of South Carolina Department of Biological Sciences.
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