Yugra State University Biological Collection

The reference specimen collection of Yugra State University currently stores about 10000 specimens of fungi, mosses, hepatics and vascular plants. It was initially based on private collections of several researchers working on biodiversity assessment in Yugra State University. Since 2015 the major part of collection managed in the database management system SPECIFY. The collection is registered in Index Herbariorum since 2016.

GBIF-2015-full-stacked-displayIn 2017 YSU BC is registered as data publisher in GBIF (http://www.gbif.org/publisher/fa46e267-4d25-41f5-bbbe-1cd75860b943).

mukhrinostation-bc-ysu-01Main goal of the YSU Biological Collection (YSU BC) is to accumulate biological collections and manage associated biodiversity information in the Khanty-Mansiyskiy Autonomous okrug – Yugra. For that purpose, we are developing conditions for physical storage of samples, facilitating their scientific analysis, and applying computer technologies for storage, analysis and distribution of biodiversity data.

We encourage researchers working in the area to access their biological collections in YSU BC. A rule for the visitors of YSU Mukhrino field station was set since 2016 to share their collected materials with the host university.

Online database of collection in Specify: mukhrinostation-bc-ysu-02

The database of BC YSU is developed using SPECIFY software. The Specify Web Portal available for the database search, browsing the map and images and uploading the .csv exports of the search results:


For further information about the online database, please contact:

Nina Filippova, responsible for the content  (filippova.courlee.nina@gmail.com)
Dmitry Karpov, responsible for the programming (dvk@ugrasu.ru)

The taxonomical structure of the collection includes:

The researchers currently maintaining the collections of particular groups of organisms:

Elena Lapshina, Galina Ganasevich – bryophytes (e_lapshina@ugrasu.ru)
Nina Filippova – fungi  (n_filippova@ugrasu.ru)

Last update: 21.01.2021