Flora's on the internet


In old-fashion paper form there are a lot of floras you can get either in a new state or second-hand. When you are on the look for a flora that you can use in a certain area, we recommend to obtain a copy of the Guide to standard floras of the world, written by D.G. Frodin. This book contains an overview of floras sorted by land or by region. Lets say you are planning a botanical journey to Baluchistan, but you don't know anything about the wild flowers of that region. In the work of Frodin you can easily find that there actually is a "Working list of the flowering plants of Baluchistan", published in 1909 by the Baluchistan Forestry Department. How to get your hands on that list is a problem Frodin wil not be able to help you with, but then there is... the internet!

The lists are still under construction and any adjustments, adds and remarks are welcome (use our contact form). The primary area of interest is Europe. For on-line floras of areas outside Europe, go to www.efloras.org. First we give a short list of the 'main' sites in Europe, then a longer one (see below) per country or larger island.

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Europe in general


Açores


Austria


Baleares (Majorca, Ibiza...)


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Bulgaria


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Crete


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Estonia


Europe miscallaneous


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France


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Greece


Iceland


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Madeira


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Norway


Poland


Portugal


Slovenia


Slovakia


Spain


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