Herbarium of Namur
Latest version published by Université de Namur Département de Biologie on Mar 23, 2017 Université de Namur Département de Biologie
While the oldest exsiccata of the FUNDP herbarium date from the early 19th century, it is mainly with the creation of the chair of botany in 1844, some years after the foundation of the then very young University of Namur, that Father Auguste Bellynck LAID the foundations of a heritage that has constantly been extended since those days, thanks to personal collections and numerous purchases.
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