List of Herbaria in Europe - Eastern Europe - Russia

Russia

The following table includes herbaria located in European Russia.

Herbaria in Russia
Name No. Specimens Abbr. Country City Website
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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