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Individual Partner Details

Ana Casino (CETAF - Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities) Stefan Daume (Swedish Museum of Natural History) Per Ericson (Swedish Museum of Natural History) Jiri Frank (Czech National Museum of Natural History) Anton Güntsch (Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Dahlem- Berlin) Gregor Hadegorn (Berlin Natural History Museum) David Harris (Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh) Elspeth Haston (Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh) Christoph Hörweg (Natural History Museum of Vienna) Michael Malicky (Biology Centre of Upper Austria State Museums) Jean Mariaux (Geneva Consortium - Natural History Museum of the City of Geneva) Fridtjof Mehlum (Natural History Museum - University of Oslo) Patricia Mergen (Royal Museum for Central Africa) Alan Paton (Royal Botanic Garden, Kew) Sarah Phillips (Royal Botanic Garden, Kew) Michelle Price (Geneva Consortium - Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of the City of Geneva) Heimo Rainer (Natural History Museum of Vienna) Eirik Rindal (Natural History Museum - University of Oslo) Ari Taponen (Finnish Museum of Natural History - LUOMUS) Ernst Vitek (Natural History Museum of Vienna)

A summary of all individual partners with their institute affiliation.

Partners' Institute Information

A listing of all partner institutes with a summary of their participation in digitisation projects.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE)

  • Website:
  • Digitisation website (if applicable):
  • Main contact for digitisation: Elspeth Haston
  • Digitisation projects (current and past to reduce updating):
  • African Plants Initiative
  • Latin American Plants Initiative
  • Global Plants Initiative
  • OpenUp!
  • BHL Europe
  • Synthesys3
  • Scottish Government funded projects
  • iDigBio (aOCR working group)
  • Crowdsourcing platforms with institute’s specimens:
  • Herbaria@Home
  • Percentage of collections databased: 23%
  • Percentage of collections imaged: 9%