Sponsors: USF Institute for Systematic Botany
Sponsors: The New York Flora Association
Sponsors: Alabama Herbarium Consortium, The University of West Alabama
Sponsors: Butler University Friesner Herbarium
Sponsors: Tennessee Native Plant Society, Kentucky Native Plant Society, and Kentucky State Nature Preserve Commission
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Plant specimens available on the Atlas of Florida Plants.
Plant species are searchable by scientific and common name, including synonyms; known presence within a county; nomenclature citation information; availability of a herbarium specimen image; and listing as threatened/endangered, native, endemic, invasive, wetland and other characteristics.
Search results can be presented as a spreadsheet-style list of plant species or as a gallery of plant images along with summary information for the purpose of comparison.
Search results may be sorted or filtered by selected characteristics, then used to create a printer-friendly checklist for use in the field.
Users can browse for a plant species by selecting a family, genus, common name, or county.
Information is made available at the family, genus and species taxonomic classification levels, including distribution map and source information, synonymy, citations, and plant photographs.
Each taxa web page is linked directly to herbarium specimen data and information, including targeted links to species pages on external websites such as USDA Plants and NatureServe.
Administrative users have access to a secure web-based editor to manage online content including customized pages about the project, herbarium or institute, external links, and news and announcements.
Developed in partnership with Orange County, FLEPPC and USF, FLIP (Florida Invasive Plants) is a mobile field guide that can be accessed by a computer, smart phone, tablet, or other device with internet browser capability.
Research Associate Professor, School of Geosciences
Director, USF Water Institute
University of South Florida