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Types of Anthemis in the Herbarium of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ)

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A list of the type specimens of Anthemis (Compositae) housed in the type section of the Herbarium of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is presented for the first time. The collection comprises 460 sheets of specimens representing 143 Anthemis taxa used by Eig (Eig, A. 1938. Taxonomic studies on the oriental species of the genus Anthemis. Palestine J. Bot. Jerusalem Ser. 1(2): 161-224) and Z. Yavin (in her 1970-1972 studies) for their revisions of the genus in the Near East. The collection includes both type specimens designated by Eig and Yavin, as well as 64 type fragments, duplicates, and other valuable specimens donated to Eig in 1935 by different herbaria.

Affiliations: 1: The Herbarium (HUJ), The Natural History Collections, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem ; 2: The Herbarium (HUJ), The Natural History Collections, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem


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