Documenting Ethnobiology in Mexico and Central America Collections

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BUAP

Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla Herbarium

The Herbarium of the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (international registration: HUAP) has been developed since 1986 by the Herbarium and the University Botanical Garden. Nowadays the collection has nearly 40 thousand items.
Contact: Allen Coombes (allen.coombes@hotmail.com)


JDA-SNP-Nahuat

Flora of Sierra Nororiental and Norte de Puebla: Nahuat(l)-speaking communities - Jonathan D. Amith

Collection of plants from twenty-eight municipalities in the Sierra Nororiental de Puebla, Mexico.
Contact: Jonathan Amith (jonamith@gmail.com)


JDA-Totonac

Flora of Sierra Norte de Puebla: Totonac-speaking communities - Jonathan D. Amith and David Beck

Collection of plants from municipalities in the Sierra Norte de Puebla, Mexico.
Contact: Jonathan Amith (jonamith@gmail.com)


BUAP-JB

Jardín Botánico, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla

The Botanical Garden "Ignacio Rodríguez de Alconedo" of the University of Puebla, has 10.7 hectares and was founded in August 1987 by M. en C. Maricela Rodriguez and Arq. Sergio Villalon. It is one of the most important green areas of the city of Puebla and holds the most diverse plant collection in the State of Puebla.
Contact: Allen Coombes (allen.coombes@hotmail.com)

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How to cite: Amith, Jonathan D. and Michael B. Thomas. 2016. Documenting Ethnobiology in Mexico and Central America (DEMCA). Consulted at: http://demca.sites.gettysburg.edu/ (day/month/year accessed)