Université de Montréal

Acronym: UdeM


With its roots in Montreal and its eyes on the international horizon, the Université de Montréal is one of the world’s leading research universities.

The Université de Montréal groups several collections and research centre, including the Biodiversity Centre and the Laurentian Biological Station


  1. Cercle des mycologues de Montréal Fungarium The Cercle des mycologues de Montréal is one of the largest and most active mycological societies in North America. Over the years, its members have created a fungarium (mycological herbarium) comprising close to 2,000 species of mushrooms collected, for the most part, in the greater Montreal region and elsewhere in Quebec...
  2. Marie-Victorin Herbarium The Marie-Victorin Herbarium is a large collection of vascular plants and bryophytes. Thanks to its 634,640 specimens, the Herbarium is known internationally and ranks fourth largest among Canadian herbaria. It is used for research and education.
  3. Ouellet-Robert entomological collection The Ouellet-Robert entomological collection comprises one-and-a-half million specimens. It is one of the larger Canadian university entomological collections and the second largest in Quebec. Aquatic insects from many regions of the world are particularly well-represented.
  4. Station de Biologie des Laurentides - Collection ornithologique La Station de Biologie des Laurentides (Université de Montréal) conserve des spécimens de divers taxons (oiseaux, micro-mammifères, plantes vasculaires, bryophytes, champignons) qui ont été, pour la grande majorité, récoltés sur le terrain de la station situé à St-Hippolyte au Québec (Canada).

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