Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Acronym: RSKM

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  1. Distribution Data for Megachile chomskyi A new species of leafcutter bee, Megachile (Megachiloides) chomskyi, is described from Texas, United States. Megachile chomskyi is one of the four known species of the oenotherae species group of Megachiloides, all members sharing the long tongue, and is most similar to M. (Megachiloides) amica Cresson...
  2. Royal Saskatchewan Museum - Herpetology Collection The Herpetology collection consists of 650 skeletons, wet specimens, and tissue samples of reptiles and amphibians. 77% of the specimens are from Saskatchewan, and include 20 of the 21 species known to occur in the province.
  3. Royal Saskatchewan Museum - Ichthyology Collection The Ichthyology collection consists of 350 skeletons, wet specimens, and tissue samples of fish. 60% of the specimens are from Saskatchewan.
  4. Royal Saskatchewan Museum - Mammalogy Collection The Mammal collection consists of 3,700 skins, mounts, skeletons, and tissue samples. 86% of the specimens are from Saskatchewan.
  5. Royal Saskatchewan Museum - Ornithology Collection The Ornithology collection consists of 9,300 skins, mounts, skeletons, and tissue samples. 87% of the specimens are from Saskatchewan.
  6. Royal Saskatchewan Museum - Owl Pellet Collection The RSM has 86,000 small mammals identified from more than 10,000 owl pellet collections across the Canadians grassland region. Pellets also include reptiles, amphibians, birds, and insects but most of these have not been sorted or identified. Most of the pellets were collected from Great Horned Owls and Burrowing Owls between 1997 and 2016.

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