Botanische Staatssammlung München – 200th Anniversary

In 1813, Maximilian I Joseph von Bayern, King of Bavaria, founded the Botanische Staatssammlung München as an institution to preserve and curate the Royal herbarium. Famous botanists like Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius determined its early history and wordwide importance. For further information see Hertel & Schreiber (1988) and:

Die Münchner Herbarien 1813–2013
Die Münchner Herbarien 1813–2013

The booklet (in German) is illustrating themes on history, collections and research focus.

On this 200th Anniversary occasion two symposia are organized, with support from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and the Botanischer Garten München-Nymphenburg:
Friday, March 22nd, 2013: Evolution, genomics, and biology of bryophytes


Friday, June 7th, 2013: 

Symposium 200 Jahre Botanische Staatssammlung München