Botanical Research Institute of Texas / Fort Worth Botanic Garden

CPC institution Code: BRIT
Dalea reverchonii

BRITs mission is to conserve our natural heritage by deepening our knowledge of the plant world and achieving public understanding of the value plants bring to life. Founded in 1987 and based in Fort Worth, Texas, BRIT documents the diversity of plant life and conducts extensive research around the world. In the last 10 years, BRIT scientists have located and described scores of species previously unknown to science. Similar to the botanist-explorers of the 18th century, our scientists share the same desires and traits as Sir Joseph Banks, Captain James Cook, and Charles Darwin. Were adventurous, curious, passionate, independent, and smart. In addition, we are teachers. We are driven to find new plant species and research plant life for agricultural, economic, environmental, medical, and social uses and to share that knowledge in the classroom and the research laboratory.

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Taxon Family Global Rank Legal Status Sponsorship Status
Ditaxis aphoroides Euphorbiaceae G2 Available
Dalea reverchonii Fabaceae G2 Available
Potamogeton clystocarpus Potamogetonaceae G1 LE Available
Styrax platanifolius ssp. texanus Styracaceae T1 LE Sponsored
Ipomoea shumardiana Convolvulaceae G2 Available
Scirpus hallii Cyperaceae Sponsored
Yucca necopina Asparagaceae G1 Available
Senecio quaylei Asteraceae G1 Available

Conservation Contacts

Peter Fritsch, Ph.D.
VP Research & Director of the Herbarium
Edward L. Schneider, Ph.D.
President and Executive Director
Kim Taylor
Conservation Research Botanist
Morgan Gostel, Ph.D.
Research Botanist
Connie Johnson
Director of Administration
Chris Smith
Director of Marketing & Public Relations