The UQ Archaeobotany Reference Collection (UQARC) is an online reference collection providing access to fully described plant macrofossil reference specimens of wood, seeds, chaff, leaves and tubers. UQARC has been developed primarily to provide the widely spread researchers of ancient plant use and environments in the Indo-Pacific region (including Australia) with a permanent and updateable collection of fossil reference material to help facilitate research. However, it has no geographical boundaries and in it can be found modern and ancient specimens from around the world. UQARC houses both images and text descriptions of plant specimens and acts as the database management tool for UQ’s archaeobotanical reference collections.

Collectors
Party Dr Andrew Stephen Fairbairn
2101   060310  

Copyright University of Queensland Online access freely available

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