ⓘ List of herbaria in Europe. This is a list of herbaria in Europe, organized first by region where the herbarium is located, then within each region by size of t ..

                                     

ⓘ List of herbaria in Europe

This is a list of herbaria in Europe, organized first by region where the herbarium is located, then within each region by size of the collection. For other continents, see List of herbaria.

                                     

1. Eastern Europe

The tables below list herbaria located in Eastern Europe as defined by the United Nations geoscheme for Europe.

Black Sea

The following table includes herbaria located in countries on the Black Sea, including Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania, and Ukraine.

Czech Republic

The following table includes herbaria located in the Czech Republic.

Hungary

The following table includes herbaria located in Hungary.

Poland

The following table includes herbaria located in Poland.

Russia

The following table includes herbaria located in European Russia.

                                     

2. Northern Europe

The tables below list herbaria located in Northern Europe as defined by the United Nations geoscheme for Europe: the British Isles, Baltic states, Scandinavia, and Iceland.

Baltic states

The following table includes herbaria located in the Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

British Isles

The following table includes herbaria located in the British Isles, including Ireland.

Scandinavia

The following table includes herbaria located in Scandinavia, including Denmark and Iceland.

                                     

3. Southern Europe

The tables below list herbaria located in Southern Europe as defined by the United Nations geoscheme for Europe.

Balkans

The following table includes herbaria located in the western and southern Balkans, including Albania, Greece and nations formerly part of Yugoslavia.

Italy

The following table includes herbaria located in Italy, including Sicily and Sardinia.

Spain and Portugal

The following table includes herbaria located in Spain and Portugal, including the Canary Islands.

                                     

4. Western Europe

The tables below list herbaria located in Western Europe as defined by the United Nations geoscheme for Europe: France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Low Countries.

Austria and Switzerland

The following table includes herbaria located in Austria and Switzerland, as well as Liechtenstein.

France

The following table includes herbaria located in France including Corsica and Monaco.

Germany

The following table includes herbaria located in Germany.

Low Countries

The following table includes herbaria located in Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Cyprus

                                     
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