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Botanical Museum


The Harvard University Herbaria and Botanical Museum are institutions located on the grounds of Harvard Museum of Natural History.

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The photographs.

Faculty and students continue to add significantly to the extensive paleobotanical collections, particularly Precambrian material containing early life forms.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library.

The species. This is the only collection of its type in the world.

The Botanical Museum of Harvard University and the other museums that comprise the Harvard Museum of Natural History are physically connected to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and one admission grants visitors access to all museums.

References

  • Harvard University Herbaria
  • Harvard Museum of Natural History

Coordinates: 42°22′43.75″N 71°06′52.52″W / 42.3788194°N 71.1145889°W / 42.3788194; -71.1145889

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