University of Vermont, Pringle Herbarium (VT)

The Pringle Herbarium (VT) serves systematic and floristics research both regionally and globally, with a geographic focus on Vermont and the New World tropics. Established in 1902, the collection holds over 350,000 sheets of mounted plants and fungi. It is the third largest herbarium in New England. Other digitization projects cover type specimens, North American bryophytes and lichens, macroalgae and macrofungi. These images and data are available through various other portals. The herbarium does not maintain its own online database.

Curator: Weston L. Testo, wtesto@uvm.edu
Contacts: David S. Barrington, dbarring@uvm.edu
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Global Unique Identifier: 58ab88f3-0034-461c-9c44-9e525c4d360f
Digital Metadata: EML File
Rights Holder: University of Vermont
Address:
University of Vermont Herbarium
Department of Plant Biology
63 Carrigan Drive
Jeffords Hall 305
Burlington, VT   05405
United States
802 656 3221
Collection Statistics
  • 301,341 specimen records
  • 101,856 (34%) georeferenced
  • 300,468 (100%) with images (302,822 total images)
  • 1 misc genetic references
  • 154,079 (51%) identified to species
  • 722 families
  • 6,453 genera
  • 25,344 species
  • 28,003 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Extra Statistics