Herbarium

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Herbarium

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Herbarium

  • UF Dried plant specimens brought together to form a collection, normally providing information on where the plant was collected, habitat, color (since it may fade over time) and collector.

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Herbarium

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Plant specimens

Includes hibiscus, pomegranate and bourgainvillia, collected by Frederic Eaton while travelling in Algeria. Also includes envelope and short note listing plant names, 20 April 1914.

Plant specimen

Sample of Mimosa, collected by Frederic Eaton near Mustapha Superieur, Algeria.

Plant specimen

Species is not identified. Collected by Frederic Eaton while travelling in Germany.

Plant specimen

Species is not identified. Collected by Frederic Eaton while travelling in France.

Letters to Mary Eaton from Frederic Eaton

The letters were written while Frederic was on holiday in Norway in 1906, and in Germany in 1910. Includes some letters written by Frederic Eaton to his sister, Florence Eaton.

Note and plant specimens

Envelope containing a note by George Clayton Eaton concerning an attached leaf from a willow tree from the garden of the Temple of Paris under which King Louis XVI of France was said to read his prayers, 1858 [no. 1]; bay leaves collected from ? L...

Herbarium collections

Contains plant specimens gathered by George Clayton Eaton while on various visits around the United Kingdom. The plants are rarely identified with their botanical names, however, the location in which each specimen was collected is generally cited.