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Other Fascinating Euphorb Genera Set 9

Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge family, an extensive flowering family. In this group, we find plants from the genus Chamaesyce.

Please contact Laura Tancredi, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Passiflora Plants - complete

Come help us create digital records for the United States National Herbarium (US)! Please join us in our effort to transcribe the US Specimens of the Passifloraceae Family. The Passiflora include trees, shrubs, lianas and climbing plants mostly found in tropical areas. Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Passiflora Plants Set 2 - complete

Come help us create digital records for the United States National Herbarium (US)! Please join us in our continued effort to transcribe the US Specimens of the Passifloraceae Family. This is the Passiflora Set 2 for the SI Transcription Center. The Passiflora include trees, shrubs, lianas and climbing plants mostly found in tropical areas. Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Poaceae Collection!

Join us in transcribing Poaceae family! The United States National Herbarium has a long and distinguished history of grass research, resulting in one of the world's best collections of grasses.

Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @sylviaorli @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Santalaceae! (Set 2)

Join us in transcribing our Santalaceae. Commonly known as the Sandalwood family, this group also includes the holiday favorite mistletoe.

Please contact Laura Tancredi, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Santalaceae! (Set 3)

Join us in transcribing our Santalaceae. Commonly known as the Sandalwood family, this group also includes the holiday favorite mistletoe.

Please contact Laura Tancredi, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Santalaceae! (Set 4)

Join us in transcribing our Santalaceae. Commonly known as the Sandalwood family, this group also includes the holiday favorite mistletoe.

Please contact Laura Tancredi, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Sapium, the "Milktrees"

Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. In this group, we find plants from the genus Sapium, a genus of flowering plants widespread across most of Latin America and the West Indies. They are commonly known as "milktrees".

Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @sylviaorli @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Sapium, the "Milktrees" set 2

Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. In this group, we find plants from the genus Sapium, a genus of flowering plants widespread across most of Latin America and the West Indies. They are commonly known as "milktrees".

Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @sylviaorli @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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Sebastiania and more assorted Euphorbs

Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. In this group, we find plants from the genera Sebastiania and many others, all showing the great variation of the plants of this large plant family.

Please contact Sylvia Orli, Department of Botany, or tweet us at @sylviaorli @TranscribeSI for any questions or comments about the transcriptions.

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