Ouellet-Robert entomological collection (QMOR)
Latest version published by Université de Montréal Biodiversity Centre on Feb 19, 2016 Université de Montréal Biodiversity Centre
The Ouellet-Robert entomological collection (QMOR) is one of the larger Canadian university entomological collections and the second largest in Quebec. It comprises 1.5 million specimens, covering more than 20,000 species. Aquatic insects from many regions of the world are particularly well-represented. This dataset includes 38,295 digitized lots from the collection (192,000+ individuals), representing the orders Odonata, Trichoptera and Ephemeroptera.
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Ouellet-Robert entomological collection (QMOR) from University of Montreal Biodiversity Centre. http://dx.doi.org/10.5886/qwvt63fz (accessed on [date]).
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QMOR; Ouellet-Robert entomological collection; Collection entomologique Ouellet-Robert; Université de Montréal; Canadensys; Canada; Quebec; collection; specimens; entomology; Occurrence; Specimen
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|Canadensys explorer||http://data.canadensys.net/explorer/d/qmor-specimens UTF-8 HTML|
|GBIF data portal||http://www.gbif.org/dataset/ada5d0b1-07de-4dc0-83d4-e312f0fb81cb UTF-8 HTML|
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Global terrestrial coverage (except Antartica). Over 90% of the specimens in this dataset are collected in Canada, of which 95% in the province Quebec.
|Bounding Coordinates||-90, 90 / -180, 180 (min, max Latitude / min, max Longitude)|
This dataset includes all Odonata (25,500+) and Trichoptera (7,100+) specimens in the collection. Digitization has started for Ephemeroptera (5,500+ specimens so far), but most orders in the collection have not yet been digitized.
|Order||Odonata (Dragonflies), Trichoptera (Caddisflies), Ephemeroptera (Mayflies)|
All data are manually digitized as text from specimen labels. No images were taken.
|Study Extent||Digitization of the Odonata, Trichoptera and Ephemeroptera from the Ouellet-Robert entomological collection (QMOR).|
|Quality Control||No legacy data were present, so all data were entered using controlled vocabularies where relevant. All fields have been checked for inconsistencies.|
|Step Description 1||Examine specimen and any attached/included labels.|
|Step Description 2||Create new record in collection database and populate fields with the information on the specimen label. Use controlled vocabularies where relevant. Determinations are recorded in a related table (included in this dataset as http://rs.gbif.org/extension/dwc/identification.xml), as are groups of individuals (e.g. 2 males, 1 female).|
|Step Description 3||Attach the newly generated specimen number to the physical specimen.|
|Collection Name||Ouellet-Robert entomological collection|
|Parent Collection Identifier||QMOR|
|Specimen preservation methods||Other|
|Alternative Identifiers||Collection entomologique Ouellet-Robert (QMOR)|