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David Price



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2016 9:08 am    Post subject: Feedback request: Coronopus didymus (200705101448_2858) Reply with quote

This post was made automatically in response to a request for comment on the documentation form. There is more general info about such requests here.

Specimen #263641

Taxon:Brassicaceae: Coronopus didymus (L.) Sm. ("Lesser Swine-cress")
Filed in taxon folder:Brassicaceae: Coronopus didymus (L.) Sm. ("Lesser Swine-cress")
Collected by:Rev Joseph Hesselgrave Thompson
Collection date:8/1877
Locality:Great Britain, Devon, Plymouth, SX56
ex herb:Rev William Hunt Painter
Institution:Aberystwyth University Herbarium (ABS)
Image:Coronopus didymus herbarium specimen from Plymouth, Devon in 1877 by Rev Joseph Hesselgrave Thompson.
fruits/flowers:seeds/fruits

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by wonastow on 3rd August 2008.

Reviewed by David Price (wonastow)

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dateuserchange
29/09/2016chrisuDeleted collection date: 19/8/1869
30/09/2016<system> (minor automatic edit)Deleted collector: Rev. Joseph Hesselgrave Thompson
30/09/2016<system> (minor automatic edit)Added collector: Rev Joseph Hesselgrave Thompson
30/09/2016wonastowDeleted locality: GB VC3 Exeter

Specimen #404395

Taxon:Brassicaceae: Coronopus didymus (L.) Sm. ("Lesser Swine-cress")
Filed in taxon folder:Brassicaceae: Coronopus didymus (L.) Sm. ("Lesser Swine-cress")
Collected by:Rev Joseph Hesselgrave Thompson
Collection date:19/8/1869
Locality:Great Britain, VC3 South Devon, Exeter, SX99
ex herb:Rev William Hunt Painter
Institution:Aberystwyth University Herbarium (ABS)
fruits/flowers:seeds/fruits

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by chrisu on 29th September 2016.

Reviewed by David Price (wonastow)

Edit history

dateuserchange
30/09/2016wonastowAdded collector: Rev Joseph Hesselgrave Thompson
30/09/2016wonastowAdded provenance: exherb Rev William Hunt Painter
30/09/2016wonastowDeleted collection date: 9/8/1869
30/09/2016wonastowAdded collection date: 19/8/1869
30/09/2016wonastowAdded attribute flowerField: fruiting

N.B. reporting of the edit history is currently fairly unclear and misleading. Most edits made to specimens appear as a pair of 'add' and 'delete' entries, which may not be together in the list. There are also often 'minor' edits, which are made automatically (rather than due to user activity), for example to merge synonym names.

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angela belly



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2016 6:08 am    Post subject: Re:Herbarium sheet discussion Reply with quote

In order to fit on a standard herbarium sheet, a plant specimen should be pressed flat to no more than 11 X 16 inches. If the specimen will not fit those dimensions, it may be folded or cut into sections. Multiples of smaller plants may be pressed together in order to provide ample material for mounting and study. Small loose pieces, such as seeds, may need to be placed in a small paper packet inside of the newspaper. Large fruits or bulbs are often cut in half lengthwise or in slices prior to pressing. In order to insure rapid and thorough drying, extremely succulent materials such as cactus stems may need to be sliced open and some of the fleshy interior scraped out.

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