University of Michigan Herbarium (MICH)

Specialty: Worldwide, especially temperate North America and the Great Lakes region. Specific strengths include marine algae of eastern North America, West Indies, Alaska, and Pacific Islands; bryophytes of tropical America; Agaricaceae and Hymenogastraceae of western North America; vascular plants of Mexico, Iran, Himalayas, southwestern Pacific Region, and southeastern Asia; Cyperaceae, Malpighiaceae, and Myrtaceae of the New World.
Date Founded: 1837.
Contacts: Richard Rabeler, Collections Manager (rabeler@umich.edu)
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Global Unique Identifier: 530a6200-b385-4cbd-b184-d60dd25d37e2
Digital Metadata: EML File
Address:
University of Michigan Herbarium
3600 Varsity Drive
Ann Arbor, MI   48108-2228
734-615-6200
Collection Statistics
  • 201,648 specimen records
  • 39,485 (20%) georeferenced
  • 170,382 (84%) with images (171,414 total images)
  • 192,258 (95%) identified to species
  • 51 families
  • 932 genera
  • 6,050 species
  • 7,315 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Extra Statistics
Taxon Distribution
Click on the specimen record counts within the parenthesis to return the records for that family
  • Agrimonia (190)
  • Alchemilla (1)
  • Amelanchier (571)
  • Aronia (205)
  • Aruncus (8)
  • Cercocarpus (1)
  • Chaenomeles (1)
  • Comarum (1)
  • Cotoneaster (5)
  • Crataegus (640)
  • Dasiphora (4)
  • Drymocallis (1)
  • Duchesnea (3)
  • Filipendula (2)
  • Fragaria (172)
  • Geum (417)
  • Holodiscus (5)
  • Horkelia (3)
  • Ivesia (2)
  • Kelseya (1)
  • Malus (108)
  • Photinia (2)
  • Physocarpus (116)
  • Potentilla (875)
  • Prunus (1094)
  • Pyrus (30)
  • Rhodotypos (9)
  • Rosa (575)
  • Rubus (555)
  • Sanguisorba (10)
  • Sorbaria (17)
  • Sorbus (90)
  • Spiraea (297)
  • Vauquelinia (1)