Research Facilities

Fish Museum

The Fish Museum has one of the two largest collections of fish in Canada, with over 23,000 catalogued entries comprising over 800,000 specimens. Half the collection is from North America and the remainder from throughout the world. In addition to preserved specimens, the collection is rich in skeletal and x-ray material. The computerized database permits searching for specific geographical areas and/or faunal associations. Curator: Dr. E. Taylor.
Last updated 31 July 2007