Inventory of the Lichen Biota of the Piedmont Region in North Carolina, USA
Updated: Lichen Checklist
for North Carolina, USA
Corrections and Additions
to the North Carolina, USA Lichen Checklist
Flora of Virginia
This Project is devoted to produce the Flora of
Virginia, gathering the legacy of more than three centuries of Virginia
botanists into a modern work. The Flora of Virginia will open the natural
world to a new generation of botanists, natural resource managers, and
natural historians who can further expand our knowledge and contribute to the
conservation of our rich natural heritage. This Project will:
- Provide a
guide to the identification, habitat, status, and distribution of
Virginia's plants for professional and avocational users;
and build on the rich tradition of botanical exploration in Virginia;
current genetic-based information in addition to traditional taxonomic
interest in the appreciation and conservation of Virginia's flora.
[Text taken from Flora of Virginia website]
We will be creating distribution
maps of our records from the following groups: Carnivorous Plants,
Rare Flora and Orchids. Additionally, we
will have a Miscellaneous grouping of maps that are derived
from data sets that don't belong to one of the above categories, but have
been databased in full.
2003 Mary McKee Felton Internship
The goal of this project was to database and create
distribution maps of the ferns and fern allies
of the southeastern United States, based on vouchered specimens located in
the NCU Herbarium.
2006 Looking for Linnaea
Expedition to re-find Linnaea borealis in Tennessee. A fun powerpoint slideshow put together by Dr. Peter
White, one of the intrepid hikers.