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J: Shenzhou Dinosaur Museum, Jiayin Dinosaur National Geological Park, Jiayin County. Current as: J (fossils). Heilongjiang. China.
JA: Private collection of Jonae Alströmer (1685–1761). Note: donated to Carl Linnaeus and eventually deposited at Naturhistoriska riksmuseet (NRM) and Uppsala Universitet, Evolutionsmuseet (UUZM). Sweden.
JAS-DC: José A. Scolaro Diagnostic Collection (herps). Current as: JAS-DC (herps). Also as: CH-JAS (Colección Herpetológica de José A. Scolaro). Chubut. Argentina.
JCB: Private collection of José C. Brito, Centro de Investigação em Biodiversidade e Recursos Genéticos, Instituto de Ciências Agrárias de Vairão (CIBIO), Universidade do Porto, Porto. Porto. Portugal.
JD: Private collection of John Dwyer. Note: reptile collector for Taronga Zoo, Sydney; status unknown. Australia.
JDV: Private collection of J.D. Visser, Jeffreys Bay. Also known as: JV. Eastern Cape. South Africa.
JFBM: James Ford Bell Museum of Natural History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Current as: JFBM (fishes, herps). See also: UMVP (fossils). Minnesota. USA.
JGF: Private collection of J.G. Fischer, Hamburg. Note: some herps deposited at ZMH. Hamburg. Germany.
JH: Private collection of Julius Hurter, St. Louis. Missouri. USA.
JIFRI: Jinhae Inland Fisheries Research Institute, National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS), Changwon. Note: city of Jinhae merged into Changwon in 2010. See also: NIFS. South Gyeongsang. South Korea.
JLUM: Jilin University Museum, Changchun. Note: as of 2000, Jilin University is a merger of multiple universities including Changchun University of Science and Technology (CUST). Current as: JLUM (fossils). Also as: CAD (Department of Paleontology and Stratigraphy, fossils), CUST (fossils associated with Changchun University of Science and Technology), RCPS CDA (Research Center of Palaeontology and Stratigraphy). Jilin. China.
JMC-DC: José Miguel Cei Diagnostic Collection, San Luis. Current as: JMC-DC (herps). Mendoza. Argentina.
JME: Jura-Museum Eichstätt [Jura Museum Eichstaett], Eichstätt. Note: one of multiple institutions comprising and administered by Staatliche Naturwissenschaftliche Sammlungen Bayerns [Bavarian Natural History Collections] (SNSB). Obsolete as: JM-E, SoS/SOS. Current as: JME (fossils). Also as: JM (fossils). Bayern [Bavaria]. Germany.
JNC: Private collection of Jun Nakajima, Fukuoka Institute of Health and Environmental Sciences, Dazaifu. Current as: JNC (fishes). Also as: JNCP. Fukuoka. Japan.
JNU: Department of Biology, Jinan [Ji-Nan] University, Guangzhou [Canton]. Current as: JNU (fishes). Also as: DBJU, JNH. Guangdong. China.
JPC: Private collection of Jayasimhan Praveenraj, Fisheries Science Division, Central Island Agricultural Research Institute (CIARI), Port Blair, Andaman Islands. Current as: JPC (fishes). See also: CIARI. Andaman and Nicobar Islands. India.
JPHM: Jean P. Haydon Museum, Pago Pago. American Samoa.
JPM: Jehol Paleontological Museum, Chengde. Current as: JPM (fossils). Hebei. China.
JPT: Private collection of J.P. Tello, Maputo [formerly Lourenço Marques]. Note: herp collection questionably destroyed. Mozambique.
JSC: Japan Snake Center, Ota. Gunma. Japan.
JU: Jacksonville University, Fish Collection, Jacksonville. Florida. USA.
JU: University of Jammu, Jammu. Note: Department for Biosciences split into Department of Zoology and Department of Botany in 1998. Current as: BJRG (herps), JU (fossils, Department of Geology). Jammu and Kashmir. India.
JUHG: Jahangirnagar University Herpetological Group, Zoology Department, Jahangirnagar University, Savar. Current as: JUHG (herps). Dhaka. Bangladesh.
JWM: Private collection of Johannes Peter Müller (1801–1858). Note: status unknown. Germany.
JZMP: Jinzhou Museum of Paleontology, Jinzhou. Obsolete as: JMP. Current as: JZMP (fossils). Liaoning. China.
JZT: Jizantang Paleontological Museum, Chaoyang. Note: some fossils donated to Shanghai Natural History Museum (SNHM). Obsolete as: CJPM. Current as: JZT (fossils). Liaoning. China.







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