U.C. Davis Herbarium (DAV)

University of California, Davis herbarium collections are worldwide, with emphasis on California, North America, and neotropics (especially Ecuador and Baja California); Quercus, Fagaceae, and Arctostaphylos, Ericaceae of New World; Euphorbiaceae; Poaceae; Clarkia (Onagraceae); Lycianthes and Lycopersicon (Solanaceae); Stephanomeria and tarweed genera (Asteraceae); Navarretia (Polemoniaceae); Allium (Alliaceae); Trifolium (Fabaceae);Prunus (Rosaceae); Central Valley of California vernal pool species; weedy and poisonous species of California and Mediterranean-climate regions; range plants of California; alpine flora of western North America. Size of collection: 320,000 specimens, 50% from California.
Contact: Ellen Dean, Director; Tom Starbuck, Data (tjstarbuck@ucdavis.edu)
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 20 September 2014
Digital Metadata: EML File
Access Rights: http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/data_use_terms.html
Address:
Center for Plant Diversity; Department of Plant Sciences MS#7
University of California
1 Shields Ave.
Davis, CA   95616-8780
(530) 752-1091
Collection Statistics
  • 676 occurrence
  • 675 (100%) georeferenced
  • 0 with images
  • 628 (93%) identified to species
  • 57 families
  • 211 genera
  • 297 species
  • 366 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Extra Statistics
Family Distribution
Click on the occurrence record counts within the parenthesis to return the records for that family
  • Adoxaceae (1)
  • Amaranthaceae (1)
  • Amaryllidaceae (9)
  • Apiaceae (23)
  • Apocynaceae (2)
  • Asparagaceae (11)
  • Asteraceae (75)
  • Betulaceae (2)
  • Boraginaceae (28)
  • Brassicaceae (38)
  • Caprifoliaceae (4)
  • Caryophyllaceae (8)
  • Convolvulaceae (1)
  • Cornaceae (3)
  • Crassulaceae (2)
  • Cupressaceae (2)
  • Cyperaceae (6)
  • Dennstaedtiaceae (1)
  • Equisetaceae (3)
  • Ericaceae (18)
  • Euphorbiaceae (1)
  • Fabaceae (24)
  • Fagaceae (10)
  • Grossulariaceae (10)
  • Hypericaceae (1)
  • Juncaceae (8)
  • Lamiaceae (9)
  • Liliaceae (7)
  • Malvaceae (5)
  • Melanthiaceae (2)
  • Montiaceae (11)
  • Onagraceae (20)
  • Orchidaceae (7)
  • Orobanchaceae (19)
  • Paeoniaceae (1)
  • Papaveraceae (1)
  • Phrymaceae (14)
  • Pinaceae (7)
  • Plantaginaceae (23)
  • Poaceae (49)
  • Polemoniaceae (23)
  • Polygonaceae (34)
  • Primulaceae (1)
  • Pteridaceae (2)
  • Ranunculaceae (22)
  • Rhamnaceae (18)
  • Rosaceae (25)
  • Rubiaceae (13)
  • Salicaceae (20)
  • Santalaceae (1)
  • Sapindaceae (5)
  • Saxifragaceae (16)
  • Scrophulariaceae (2)
  • Urticaceae (1)
  • Verbenaceae (2)
  • Violaceae (18)
  • Woodsiaceae (1)