Usos e importância dos herbários

100 Uses for an Herbarium (Well at Least 72); December 2002; Vicki A. Funk

Gasper, A. L. de, Stehmann, J. R., Roque, N., Narcísio, C. B., Sartori, Â. L. B., & Grittz, G. S. (2020). Brazilian herbaria: An overview. Acta Botanica Brasilica, 34(2), 352–359.

Uso para pesquisa

Ramirez-Parada, T. H., Park, I. W., & Mazer, S. J. (2022). Herbarium specimens provide reliable estimates of phenological responses to climate at unparalleled taxonomic and spatiotemporal scales. Ecography, e06173.

Heberling, J.M. (2022). Herbaria As Big Data Sources of Plant Traits. International Journal of Plant Sciences 183, 87–118. 

Kuo, L., Tang, S.K., Kao, T., Ebihara, A., Fawcett, S., Hsiao, M., Shinohara, W. & Dauphin, B. (2021). A dormant resource for genome size estimation in ferns: C‐value inference of the Ophioglossaceae using herbarium specimen spores. Applications in Plant Sciences 9, 1–9. 

James, S. A., Soltis, P. S., Belbin, L., Chapman, A. D., Nelson, G., Paul, D. L., & Collins, M. (2018). Herbarium data: Global biodiversity and societal botanical needs for novel research. Applications in Plant Sciences, 6(2), 1–8. 

Heberling, J.M. & Burke, D.J. (2019) Utilizing herbarium specimens to quantify historical mycorrhizal communities. Applications in Plant Sciences 7, 1–11.

Lang, P.L.M., Willems, F.M., Scheepens, J.F., Burbano, H.A. & Bossdorf, O. (2019). Using herbaria to study global environmental change. New Phytologist, 221(1), 110–122.

Kuzmina, M.L., Braukmann, T.W.A., Fazekas, A.J., Graham, S.W., Dewaard, S.L., Rodrigues, A., Bennett, B.A., Dickinson, T.A., Saarela, J.M., Catling, P.M., Newmaster, S.G., Percy, D.M., Fenneman, E., Lauron-Moreau, A., Ford, B., Gillespie, L., Subramanyam, R., Whitton, J., Jennings, L., Metsger, D., Warne, C.P., Brown, A., Sears, E., Dewaard, J.R., Zakharov, E.V. & Hebert, P.D.N. (2017) Using Herbarium-Derived DNAs to Assemble a Large-Scale DNA Barcode Library for the Vascular Plants of Canada. Applications in Plant Sciences 5, 1700079.

Pyke, G.H. & Ehrlich, P.R. (2010) Biological collections and ecological/environmental research: a review, some observations and a look to the future. Biological Reviews 85, 247–266.

Nualart, N., Ibáñez, N., Soriano, I. & López-Pujol, J. (2017) Assessing the Relevance of Herbarium Collections as Tools for Conservation Biology. Botanical Review 83, 303–325.

Souza, E.N.F. & Hawkins, J.A. (2017) Comparison of Herbarium Label Data and Published Medicinal Use: Herbaria as an Underutilized Source of Ethnobotanical Information. Economic Botany 71, 1–12.

Durgante, F.M., Higuchi, N., Almeida, A. & Vicentini, A. (2013) Species Spectral Signature: Discriminating closely related plant species in the Amazon with Near-Infrared Leaf-Spectroscopy. Forest Ecology and Management 291, 240–248.

Colombo, B., Kaehler, M. & Calvente, A. (2016) An inventory of the Bignoniaceae from the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte highlights the importance of small herbaria to biodiversity studies. Phytotaxa 278, 19–28.

Ward, D.F. (2012) More Than Just Records: Analysing Natural History Collections for Biodiversity Planning. PLoS ONE 7, 1–8.

Iganci, J.R.V. & Morim, M.P. (2012) Coleções botânicas para conservação: um estudo de caso em Abarema Pittier (Leguminosae, Mimosoideae). Revista Brasileira de Biociências 10, 164–170.

Rouhan, G., Dorr, L.J., Gautier, L., Clerc, P., Muller, S. & Gaudeul, M. (2017) The time has come for natural history collections to claim co-authorship of research articles. Taxon 66, 1014–1016.

Bottin, M., Peyre, G., Vargas, C., Raz, L., Richardson, J.E. & Sanchez, A. (2019) Phytosociological data and herbarium collections show congruent large scale patterns but differ in their local descriptions of community composition. Journal of Vegetation Science, jvs.12825. 


Phang, A., Atkins, H., & Wilkie, P. (2022). The effectiveness and limitations of digital images for taxonomic research. Taxon.
Gasper, A. L. de, Heiden, G., Versieux, L. M., Leitman, P. M., & Forzza, R. C. (2021). Challenges and lessons learned from digitizing small Brazilian herbaria. Acta Botanica Brasilica, 35(4), 689–697.
Harris, K.M. & Marsico, T.D. (2017) Digitizing Specimens in a Small Herbarium: A Viable Workflow for Collections Working with Limited Resources. Applications in Plant Sciences 5, 1600125.
Smith, G.F. & Figueiredo, E. (2009) E-taxonomy: an affordable tool to fill the biodiversity knowledge gap. Biodiversity and Conservation 19, 829–836.
Vollmar, A., Macklin, J.A. & Ford, L. (2010) Natural History Specimen Digitization: Challenges and Concerns. Biodiversity Informatics 7, 93–112.
Beauvais, M.P., Pellerin, S., Dubé, J. & Lavoie, C. (2017) Herbarium specimens as tools to assess the impact of large herbivores on plant species. Botany 10, 1–10.
Sousa-Baena, M.S., Garcia, L.C. & Peterson, A.T. (2014) Completeness of digital accessible knowledge of the plants of Brazil and priorities for survey and inventory L. Brotons (Ed). Diversity and Distributions 20, 369–381.
Sunderland, M.E. (2013) Computerizing natural history collections. Endeavour 37, 150–161.
Takano, A., Horiuchi, Y., Fujimoto, Y., Aoki, K., Mitsuhashi, H. & Takahashi, A. (2019) Simple but long-lasting: A specimen imaging method applicable for small- and medium-sized herbaria. PhytoKeys 118, 1–14.
Schindel, D.E. & Cook, J.A. (2018) The next generation of natural history collections. PLOS Biology 16, e2006125.
Tegelberg, R., Mononen, T. & Saarenmaa, H. (2014) High-performance digitization of natural history collections: Automated imaging lines for herbarium and insect specimens. Taxon 63, 1307–1313.
Wirtz, P. (2000) Costs and benefits of Web access to museum data. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15, 374–375.
Barkworth, M.E. & Murrell, Z.E. (2012) The US virtual herbarium: Working with individual herbaria to build a national resource. ZooKeys 209, 55–73.
Tegelberg, R., Haapala, J., Mononen, T., Pajari, M. & Saarenmaa, H. (2012) The development of a digitising service centre for natural history collections. ZooKeys 209, 75–86.
Beaman, R.S. & Cellinese, N. (2012) Mass digitization of scientific collections: New opportunities to transform the use of biological specimens and underwrite biodiversity science. ZooKeys 209, 7–17.
Nelson, G., Paul, D., Riccardi, G. & Mast, A.R. (2012) Five task clusters that enable efficient and effective digitization of biological collections. ZooKeys 209, 19–45.

Demais artigos/produtos

Albani Rocchetti, G., Armstrong, C. G., Abeli, T., Orsenigo, S., Jasper, C., Joly, S., … Vamosi, J. C. (2021). Reversing extinction trends: new uses of (old) herbarium specimens to accelerate conservation action on threatened species. New Phytologist, 230(2), 433–450.  

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 2020. Biological Collections: Ensuring Critical Research and Education for the 21st Century. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

Davis, C. C., Kennedy, J. A., & Grassa, C. J. (2020). Back to the future: A refined single user photostation for massively scaling herbarium digitization. Taxon. 

Hidalga, A. N., Rosin, P., Sun, X., Bogaerts, A., De Meeter, N., De Smedt, S., … Groom, Q. (2020). Designing an Herbarium Digitisation Workflow with Built-In Image Quality Management. Biodiversity Data Journal, 8.

Smith, G.F., Roux, J.P., Raven, P. & Figueiredo, E. (2011) African Herbaria Support Transformation on the Continent. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 98, 272–276.

Magdalena, U.R., Silva, L.A.E., Lima, R.O., Bellon, E., Ribeiro, R., Oliveira, F.A., Siqueira, M.F. & Forzza, R.C. (2018) A new methodology for the retrieval and evaluation of geographic coordinates within databases of scientific plant collections. Applied Geography 96, 11–15.

Canhos, D.A.L., Sousa-Baena, M.S., Souza, S., Garcia, L.C., De Giovanni, R., Maia, L.C. & Bonacelli, M.B.M. (2013) Lacunas: a web interface to identify plant knowledge gaps to support informed decision-making. Biodiversity and Conservation 23, 109–131.

Funk, V.A., Gostel, M., Devine, A., Kelloff, C., Wurdack, K., Tuccinardi, C., Radosavljevic, A., Peters, M. & Coddington, J. (2017) Guidelines for collecting vouchers and tissues intended for genomic work (Smithsonian Institution): Botany Best Practices. Biodiversity Data Journal 5, e11625.

Goodwin, Z.A., Harris, D.J., Filer, D., Wood, J.R.I. & Scotland, R.W. (2015) Widespread mistaken identity in tropical plant collections. Current Biology 25, R1066–R1067.

Ahrends, A., Burgess, N.D., Gereau, R.E., Marchant, R., Bulling, M.T., Lovett, J.C., Platts, P.J., Wilkins Kindemba, V., Owen, N., Fanning, E. & Rahbek, C. (2011) Funding begets biodiversity. Diversity and Distributions 17, 191–200.

Guralnick, R.P., Hill, A.W. & Lane, M. (2007) Towards a collaborative, global infrastructure for biodiversity assessment. Ecology Letters 10, 663–672.

Canhos, D.A.L., Sousa-Baena, M.S., Souza, S., Maia, L.C., Stehmann, J.R., Canhos, V.P., Giovanni, R., Bonacelli, M.B.M., Los, W. & Peterson, A.T. (2015) The Importance of Biodiversity E-infrastructures for Megadiverse Countries. PLoS Biology, 1–7.

Guala, G.F. (2016) The importance of species name synonyms in literature searches. PLOS ONE 11, 1–7.

Wieczorek, J., Bloom, D., Guralnick, R., Blum, S., Döring, M., Giovanni, R., Robertson, T. & Vieglais, D. (2012) Darwin Core: An Evolving Community-Developed Biodiversity Data Standard I. N. Sarkar (Ed). PLoS ONE 7, e29715.

Silva, L.A.E., Fraga, C.N., Almeida, T.M.H., Gonzalez, M., Lima, R.O., Rocha, M.S., Bellon, E., Ribeiro, R.S., Oliveira, F.A., Clemente, L.S., Magdalena, U.R., Medeiros, E.S. & Forzza, R.C. (2017) Jabot – Sistema de Gerenciamento de Coleções Botânicas: a experiência de uma década de desenvolvimento e avanços. Rodriguésia 68, 391–410.

Landrum, L.R. & Lafferty, D. (2015) METHODS AND TECHNIQUES PROXIMITY and CORRELATION: Two new computer programs for mining phytosociological information held in herbarium databases using central Arizona as a test case. Taxon 64, 998–1016.

Graham, C.H., Ferrier, S., Huettman, F., Moritz, C. & Peterson, A.T. (2004) New developments in museum-based informatics and applications in biodiversity analysis. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19, 497–503.

Brooks, S.J., Fenberg, P.B., Glover, A.G., James, K.E., Johnson, K.G., Lister, A.M., Michel, E., Okamura, B., Spencer, M., Stewart, J.R., Todd, J.A., Valsami-Jones, E. & Young, J. (2011) Natural history collections as sources of long-term datasets. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26, 153–154.

Costello, M.J., Michener, W.K., Gahegan, M., Zhang, Z.Q. & Bourne, P.E. (2013) Biodiversity data should be published, cited, and peer reviewed. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28, 454–461.

Ward, D.F., Leschen, R.A.B. & Buckley, T.R. (2015) More from ecologists to support natural history museums. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30, 373–374.

Schilthuizen, M., Vairappan, C.S., Slade, E.M., Mann, D.J. & Miller, J.A. (2015) Specimens as primary data: Museums and “open science.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30, 237–238.

Gaudeul, M. & Rouhan, G. (2013) A plea for modern botanical collections to include DNA-friendly material. Trends in Plant Science 18, 184–185.

Smith, V.S. & Blagoderov, V. (2012) Bringing collections out of the dark. ZooKeys 209, 1–6.