Kerry Barringer is a former curator of the Herbarium at BBG. He studies the plants of the Northeast, especially the mosses and liverworts, and makes detailed surveys of natural lands for state agencies and private conservation organizations. He works closely with the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and has done a complete survey of their ten-thousand-acre Franklin Parker Preserve in the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. He is also an authority on the Dutchman's pipe family, Aristolochiaceae, in the New World, and the tropical species in the snapdragon family, Scrophulariaceae.
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