The scrapbook contains 80 specimens, representing at least 60 species and 29 families. The following is a list of all the specimens contained within the scrapbook, organized according to its collector and location of collection, as well as its family and genus names. Each specimen is displayed on an individual web page, and is given its own Green Plant Herbarium (TRT) accession number. For specimens mounted alongside other specimens on a scrapbook page, a link is provided to view the entire scrapbook page.
The current scientific names of the specimens are provided on this and the following pages. Additional information of the collector, collection date, and the location of the collection will be provided if indicated in the scrapbook. For specimens whose family, genus, or species name has changed since its identification in the scrapbook, the initial names used will also be provided.
Type specimens are
indicated by double asterisks (**). Specimens with a single asterisk (*)
are presumed to have been collected by a particular collector; there is
no explicit reference in the scrapbook. Mont-Dore, Auvergne
|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 Green Plant Herbarium's
collection of Victorian and later scrapbook herbaria.|
Text © T.Kovinthan,
M.Tse, Images © 2001 Royal Ontario Museum