|Charlotte Taylor: Curator Missouri Botanical Garden,
act as former project manager Jan 2004 – Sept. 2008. She focusses on floristics of neotropical Rubiaceae, and on the systematics of several neotropical Rubiaceae groups. These include the tribe Coussareae (Coussarea and Faramea), and Palicourea and neotropical Psychotria.
|Rossy Valverde: She participated from2004 to 2008 as a herbarium technician entering botanical collections data, image edition, mounting specimens y general herbarium maintenance. It is crucial to rely on a organized herbarium with updated nomenclature and clear labels. The web site information has to be consistent with the physical samples to allow taxonomists and researchers to access the data via internet and personally. Rossylin, together with volunteers greatly contributed with this process .
Matlock: One of the promotors of the Project in August, 1999. He worked at La Selva as Scientific Director from 1998 to 2003, with important financing achievements. He is presently an Associate Professor at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Collaborator until 2002 writing
the proposal and advisor in the design of some of the tools of the project. He has a lot of experience
in virtual herbaria devolpment an collections data managment and he is Fairchild Tropical
A high experience person due to his long job for InBio. He worked for Florula since
February 2003 to July 2004, his main contribution was around 7000 photos and almost 1000 specimens.
In the last months of 2004 Reinaldo moved to Península
de Osa to work in a new botanical research project.
Collaborator and main assistant (2003 and first half of 2004), he worked labeling and mounting specimens, besides some specific jobs such as modify data and images.
Herbarium assistant since Oct. 2004 to Jan. 2005.
Villegas, Cristopher Montero, Kenneth Alfaro,
Mattias Ekstedt, Morgan Lundberg, Carolina Madrigal, Wendy Oses, Sara Villegas, Marisol Luna, Cristian Gamboa: Volunteers, they collaborated labeling, collecting and mounting speciemens to be included in the herbarium collection..
Rodríguez (INBio), Francisco Morales (INBio), Gregorio
Dauphin (INBio), Isidro Chacón (INBio), Luis Gonzales (INBio), Manuel Zumbado (INBio), Ricardo
Kriebel (INBio), Frank Almeda (California Academy of Sciences),
Ricardo Callejas (Universidad de Antioquia), Barry Hammel (Missouri
Botanical Garden), Robbin Moran (New York Botanical
Garden), Scott Mori (New York Botanical Garden), Robert Dressler
(University of Florida), Mario Blanco (University of Florida),
John Janovec (Botanical Research Institute of Texas), Brian Heidorn
(University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign), Jun Wen (Field Museum
of Natural History ), Sir Ghillean Prance (R.B.Kew), Diego Bogarín (U.C.R.) : Others