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Winona H. Welch Herbarium of Hookeriaceae

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In 1987, the DePauw University Herbarium (DPU) was transferred to the New York Botanical Garden (NY). Included was Winona Welch's research herbarium of Hookeriaceae, which consists of 306 types and 2586 non-type specimens. Separate lists of type specimens and collectors of non-type specimens are presented.

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Tan, B.C. Winona H. Welch Herbarium of Hookeriaceae. Brittonia 42, 125–137 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02934079

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