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Herbarium Collections and Invasive Species Biology: Understanding the Past, Present, and Future. David Giblin, Ph.D. Ben Legler Richard G. Olmstead, Ph.D. University of Washington Herbarium - Burke Museum. Talk Outline . UW Herbarium Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research

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herbarium collections and invasive species biology understanding the past present and future

Herbarium Collections and Invasive Species Biology: Understanding the Past, Present, and Future

David Giblin, Ph.D.

Ben Legler

Richard G. Olmstead, Ph.D.

University of Washington Herbarium - Burke Museum

talk outline
Talk Outline
  • UW Herbarium
  • Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research
  • Inadequate Invasive Plant Collections
  • Recent Invasives Data from WTU
  • Digital Resources at WTU
  • Conclusions and Future Needs
the university of washington herbarium
The University of Washington Herbarium
  • Founded in 1882 - now part of Burke Museum
  • Largest in Pacific Northwest
the university of washington herbarium1
The University of Washington Herbarium
  • Founded in 1882 - now part of Burke Museum
  • Largest in Pacific Northwest
  • ~600,000 specimens
    • vascular plants (380,000)
    • bryophytes (120,000)
    • fungi (50,000)
    • lichens (22,000)
    • marine algae (25,000)
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Talk Outline
  • UW Herbarium
  • Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research
  • Inadequate Invasive Plant Collections
  • Recent Invasives Data from WTU
  • Digital Resources at WTU
  • Conclusions and Future Needs
specimen based research

Specimen-based Research

Marion Ownbey - Tragopogon

specimen based research1

Specimen-based Research

Marion Ownbey - Tragopogon

Richard Mack - Bromus tectorum

specimen based research2

Specimen-based Research

Marion Ownbey - Tragopogon

Richard Mack - Bromus tectorum

Sarah Reichard - Invasive Ornamentals

specimen based research3

Specimen-based Research

Marion Ownbey - Tragopogon

Richard Mack - Bromus tectorum

Sarah Reichard - Invasive Ornamentals

Peter Zika - Native/Exotic congeneric hybridization

talk outline2
Talk Outline
  • UW Herbarium
  • Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research
  • Inadequate Invasive Plant Collections
  • Recent Invasives Data from WTU
  • Digital Resources at WTU
  • Conclusions and Future Needs
talk outline3
Talk Outline
  • UW Herbarium
  • Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research
  • Inadequate Invasive Plant Collections
  • Recent Invasives Data from WTU
  • Digital Resources at WTU
  • Conclusions and Future Needs
recent findings
Recent Findings
  • Impatiens x pacifica (I. ecalcarata x I. capensis) in Western Washington
  • Murdannia kiesak along Columbia River
  • Geranium lucidum in Clark and Skagit counties
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Talk Outline
  • UW Herbarium
  • Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research
  • Inadequate Invasive Plant Collections
  • Recent Invasives Data from WTU
  • Digital Resources at WTU
  • Conclusions and Future Needs
talk outline5
Talk Outline
  • UW Herbarium
  • Herbaria and Invasive Plant Research
  • Inadequate Invasive Plant Collections
  • Recent Invasives Data from WTU
  • Digital Resources at WTU
  • Conclusions and Future Needs
conclusions and future needs
Conclusions and Future Needs
  • Herbarium records invaluable
  • Increase effort to collect invasives
  • Deposit duplicates at regionally significant herbaria
  • Increase funding for databasing invasives specimens
  • Exploit emerging technologies for data sharing
photo acknowledgements
Photo Acknowledgements
  • Ben Legler
  • Fred Weinmann
  • Arne Andenberg
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