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University of South Carolina, A. C. Moore Herbarium

Specimen Records: 102,854
Media Records: 46,928
iDigBio Last Ingested Date: 2018-09-21

The A. C. Moore Herbarium is an important part of the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of South Carolina (Columbia Campus). Founded in 1907 by Dr. Andrew Charles Moore, the original collection of dried plant specimens is now part of an ever growing collection. Total holdings are just over 120,000 specimens, making the A. C. Moore Herbarium the largest in the state of South Carolina. Researchers and visitors will find a diverse collection of vascular and nonvascular plant material primarily from the Southeastern United States and more specifically from South Carolina. Now over 100 years old, the A. C. Moore Herbarium continues to be an indispensable resource for botanical knowledge.

Contacts

Namenone
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Emailherrick.brown@gmail.com
Namenone
Rolenone
Emailherrick.brown@gmail.com
Name Dr. John B. Nelson
Rolenone
Emailnelson@sc.edu
Name Dr. John B. Nelson
Rolenone
Emailnelson@sc.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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97.627
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86.081
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86.081
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86.081
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86.081
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86.081
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85.984
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0.06
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rev_geocode_flip_lon_sign  i7
0.007
geopoint_datum_error  i1
0.001
rev_geocode_both_sign  i1
0.001
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