Use one of the following formats to cite data retrieved from the Open Herbarium network:
Biodiversity occurrence data published by: Open Herbarium (accessed through the Open Herbarium Portal, https://openherbarium.org, 2023-06-01).
Access each collection profile page to find the available citation formats.
Name of Institution or Collection. Occurrence dataset http://gh.local/Symbiota/portal/content/dwca/accessed via theFresh Symbiota InstallPortal, http://gh.local/Symbiota, 2022-07-25.
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