English: The Hepatic Collection belonging to the Herbarium of Cryptogamia of the Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid contains specimens of basically Iberian origin. The database has 3,156 records corresponding to 195 genera and 926 species belonging to 62 countries.
Español: La Colección de Hepáticas perteneciente al Herbario de Criptogamia del Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid contiene ejemplares básicamente de origen ibérico. La base de datos cuenta con 3.156 registros correspondientes a 195 géneros y 926 especies pertenecientes a 62 países.
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