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verticalrule.jpg - 1514 BytesThe locations in which the specimens of the scrapbook were collected are from mountain ranges in France (for the specimens collected by Joseph Woods, W.C. Hewitson, and Robert Brown), Palestine (for the specimens collected by H.Bonar), and the southern tip of South America, the Falkland Islands, Kerguelen Island, and Antarctica (for the specimens collected by Joseph Dalton Hooker).
Map showing localities in Europe for collections made by Joseph Woods, W.C. Hewitson, and Robert Brown.
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Map showing localities in the southern hemisphere for collections made by Joseph Dalton Hooker (red lines indicate the route of the H.M.S Erebus and Terror, 1839-1843). Redrawn from the one in Ray (1999).
Southern Hemisphere

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This site is the product of a Research Opportunity Program 299Y Project carried out by T.Kovinthan and M.Tse in the Department of Botany of the University of Toronto during the 2001-2002 academic year. The work was done in the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology of the Royal Ontario Museum under the supervision of T.A. Dickinson, curator of the ROM Green Plant Herbarium (TRT). The Adam White scrapbooks are part of the Greem Plant Herbarium's collection of Victorian and later scrapbook herbaria.

Text© T.Kovinthan, M.Tse, Images© 2001 Royal Ontario Museum
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