The following table includes herbaria located in European Russia.
|Komarov Botanical Institute||7,160,000||LE||Russia||St. Petersburg|
|Moscow State University||993,000||MW, MWG||Russia||Moscow|
|Saint Petersburg University||700,000||LECB||Russia||Saint Petersburg|
|Main Botanical Garden, Russia||570,000||MHA||Russia||Moscow|
|N. I. Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry||524,000||WIR||Russia||Saint Petersburg|
|Southern Federal University||300,000||RV||Russia||Rostov-on-Don|
|Komi Scientific Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ural Department||206,000||SYKO||Russia||Syktyvkar, Komi Republic|
|Saint Petersburg S. M. Kirov Forestry Academy, I. P. Borodin Herbarium||200,000||KFTA||Russia||Saint Petersburg|
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