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For example, 26 specimens of Trifolium were loaned to Michael Vincent, the botanist responsible for the treatment of this genus for the OFP.
A specimen of Torolis arvesis was loaned to Zack Murrell, herbarium curator at Appalachian State University in 2012.
Other notable specimens, because of their current rare or endangered status, are Lomatium bradshawii (Bradshaw's desert parsley), collected before it acquired its rare plant status, Neviusia cliftonii (Shasta snow-wreath), collected with a permit from the US Forest Service and Sidalcea hendersonii (Henderson's checkermallow), collected at Cox Is Or., with permission from the Nature Conservancy.
Stewardship: The herbarium collection was initiated in 1964 when the college was established.
The herbarium is equipped with computers that afford access to the database and internet and is is conveniently located behind the Plant Sciences classroom (16/117).
Gail Baker oversaw herbarium operation from 1996 until her retirement in 2012.
She also initiated and coordinated the 2004 herbarium dedication to Freeman Rowe and Rhoda Love in 2004.
However plants from other states (233) and some other countries including Mexico (46) and Canada (80) are part of the collection.
The majority of these are from Oregon (2,701), Washington (256), and California (134).
Location: Lane Community College (LCC), Science Division, 4000 E 30th Ave, Eugene OR 97405. A significant historic collection made in the early 1930's by Rayma Brown represents the flora from the Spencer's Butte area in Eugene, Oregon and was originally prepared for Eugene High School.