Royal Ontario Museum - Herpetology (ROM-Herps)

Amphibians, Reptiles, preserved specimens. 19 holotypes, 415 paratypes Ambystomatid salamanders, Lacertid lizards, Agamid lizards, Iguanid lizards, Viperid snakes, Ranoid frogs, Hylid frogs, Megophryid frogs The ROM has one of the world's largest collections of tissues of amphibians and reptiles. Most traditional specimens are whole, alcohol-preserved; some are skeletons.

Collections Technician: Amy Lathrop, amyl@rom.on.ca
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 24 November 2023
Digital Metadata: EML File
Rights Holder: Royal Ontario Museum
Cite this collection:
Royal Ontario Museum - Herpetology. Occurrence dataset (ID: 24e40c52-a98f-4d88-af98-f353ad181e0f) accessed via the New Brunswick Museum Collections Portal, /portal, 2024-07-20).
Collection Statistics
  • 155 specimen records
  • 133 (86%) georeferenced
  • 154 (99%) identified to species
  • 8 families
  • 12 genera
  • 17 species
  • 17 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
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