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Rutgers University, Chrysler Herbarium

Specimen Records: 32,943
Media Records: 29,094
iDigBio Last Ingested Date: 2019-05-06

The Chrysler Herbarium (CHRB) at Rutgers University is the last internationally recognized herbarium still in existence in the state of New Jersey (USA). Over 150,000 vascular plant and algal collections, about 7,000 moss and liverwort specimens, and 2,600 lichen specimens form our collection and are arranged and catalogued systematically. The collection is worldwide in scope, with an emphasis on New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic area, and contains specimens back to the early 1800s. The Rutgers Mycological Herbarium (RUTPP), which is housed together with CHRB, has been estimated to contain more than 40,000 fungal collections, and has a strong focus on microfungi and plant pathogens. Dr. James White is the curator of the mycological collections, and Dr. Lena Struwe is the Director of the Chrysler Herbarium.

Contacts

Namenone
Rolenone
Emailseinetadmin@asu.edu
Namenone
Rolenone
Emailseinetadmin@asu.edu
Name Lena Struwe
Rolenone
Emaillena.struwe@rutgers.edu
Name Lena Struwe
Rolenone
Emaillena.struwe@rutgers.edu
  • Data Corrected
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  • Raw
This table shows any data corrections that were performed on this recordset to improve the capabilities of iDigBio Search. The first column represents the correction performed. The last two columns represent the number and percentage of records that were corrected. A complete list of the data quality flags and their descriptions can be found here. Clicking on a data flag name will take you to a search for all records with this flag in this recordset.
FlagRecords With This Flag(%) Percent With This Flag
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80.087
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80.087
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80.087
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80.087
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80.087
gbif_taxon_corrected  i26383
80.087
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79.911
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79.704
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78.845
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78.435
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74.738
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66.661
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66.557
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63.491
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52.916
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45.809
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33.087
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15.627
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8.287
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4.623
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2.419
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2.277
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1.773
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1.111
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1.062
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1.038
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0.98
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0.513
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0.382
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0.246
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0.191
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0.176
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0.176
rev_geocode_mismatch  i46
0.14
rev_geocode_corrected  i41
0.124
rev_geocode_lon_sign  i40
0.121
dwc_family_added  i28
0.085
dwc_country_replaced  i17
0.052
dwc_infraspecificepithet_replaced  i10
0.03
dwc_stateprovince_replaced  i10
0.03
rev_geocode_eez_corrected  i3
0.009
dwc_taxonremarks_replaced  i2
0.006
rev_geocode_failure  i1
0.003
rev_geocode_flip_both_sign  i1
0.003
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