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University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, CA -- UCMP houses one of the world's largest holdings of Tertiary plant assemblages from western North America. To visit the collections or borrow material please contact Dr. Diane M. Erwin.

Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida A large (200,000+) collection of primarily Cretaceous and Tertiary material from southeastern United States and Western United States. Visitors and researchers are always welcome to use the collection. Loan requests should be directed to Dr. Hongshan Wang

Annotated links to internet resources, especially for palaeobotanists (with an Upper Triassic bias). This is a nice set of links for paleobotanists including fossil information, teaching, booksellers, etc. Also search links for finding paleobotanists around the world. Administrator of URL: Klaus-Peter Kelber, Institute of Mineralogy, University of Wuerzburg, Am Hubland, D-97074 Wuerzburg, Germany e-mail: k-p.kelber@rzbox.uni-wuerzburg.de

Paleobotanical Section, Botanical Society of America. The official home page of the paleobotanists. News of the Section, meetings, notice of awards, etc. Also links to the Botanical Society of America home page. You are already here!

Paleonet: This is a good place to start. This site has links to many other paleontological sites.

International Organization of Paleobotany: The international organization of paleobotanists. Has links to many other sites. IOP also maintains a searchable database of fossil plants which may be found at this link. Here is the site of IOP hosted by Ohio University

Palaeobotanical Research Unit Maintained by Hans Kerp. The Westfälische Wilhelms University in Münster is one of the few German universities where palaeobotany is taught and palaeobotanical research is carried out.
Research of the so-called "Forschungsstelle für Paläobotanik" (= Palaeobotanical Research Unit) primarily focuses on Palaeozoic and early Mesozoic floras. The aims are to get a better insight in the natural relationships between the various, long since extinct groups of fossil plants, their development and ecology, as well as biostratigraphy, palaeoclimatology and phytogeography.

Botany Related URLs: This is an extensive collection of botanical links maintained by Raino Lampinen, a botanist in the Botanical Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, in the University of Helsinki. It contains many links including images, microscopy related links and some good paleobotanical links.

Austrian types can be found at this url. As noted on the Personalia page, Johanna Eder has made available a link to a database of type specimens from various Austrian museums. Searchable, with links to those in control of the specimens, if you want to see the fossils in person for a closer look.


The Ginkgo Pages, a wonderful page about the tree Ginkgo biloba and all its aspects, and its fossil relatives.



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