Sequence Data.--The specimen from British Columbia (RBCM
16121, previously as RBCM
006-034-024) was originally identified as Bathyraja abyssicola, the only other species of skate known from British Columbia waters with denticles on the ventral surface, but is 1.6% divergent from B.
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In Part Two of the book, "Feast," I appreciated the personal element that Gordon-Walker brought into her discussion of the RBCM
. In this section, she highlights the Chinatown exhibition and the limits in the claim that the multicultural nation is achieved when we find unity in diversity.
Two specimens of undetermined sex deposited at the RBCM
; paratype number 001-00109-002.
British Columbia: Fernie (NMC 981811-23]); McLeod Lake (NMC 8665[1-16, 18-32]); Moose Lake (USNM 48642); Moose River, North Fork (USMN 48627, 48639-40, 48643, 48648-52); Storm Creek Headquarters (RBCM
1855, 1857-59); Surrey (JPB 13251, NMC 258851, 25853, 25854, 25855[1-2], 25856, 258862); Valemount (NMC 17278[1-22]).
The 2nd record occurred on 10 July 1900, when EM Anderson obtained 2 Double-crested Cormorant eggs (RBCM
E0038) at "Sidney Island", most likely referring to Mandarte Island, adjacent to Sidney, British Columbia.
All specimens were fixed in 10% formaldehyde, preserved in 70% ethanol, and cataloged in the Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM
) ichthyology collection (Table 1).
Both specimens were cataloged at the Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM
To search for additional historical data prior to about 1980, we examined the British Columbia Seabird Colony Inventory (SCI) files located at the Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM
) in Victoria (referred to herein as RBCM-SCI, unpubl.
On 13 July 1948, an apparently incomplete family group (photograph in Sealy and others 2013a:212) composed of an adult female (RBCM
9744) and 1 downy chick (RBCM
9742) was collected by CJ Guiguet about 35 km west of Goose Island, British Columbia (51[degrees]57'N, 128[degrees]48'W) (Guiguet 1953).
Eleven specimens in the RBCM
collection add to the known range of O.
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