QAMS: Qujing Aquatic Management Station, Qujing. Also as: YQAMS. Yunnan. China.
QCAZ: Museo de Zoología, Escuela de Ciencias Biológicas, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito. Includes: Eugenia del Pino Collection (EDP). Current as: QCAZ. Pichincha. Ecuador.
QGM: Museum of Earth Sciences, Quetta. Also known as: Quetta Geological Museum. Note: established ca. 1957 as Departmental Museum of Geological Survey of Pakistan; presumably includes fossils cited as GSP-UM (Geological Survey of Pakistan–University of Michigan collection, Quetta). Assigned here: QGM (fossils). Balochistan. Pakistan.
QJGPM: Qijiang Petrified Wood and Dinosaur Footprint National Geological Park Museum, Chongqing. Formerly: Geological Museum of Qijiang Municipality Bureau of Land Resources and Housing Management (QJGM). Current as: QJGPM (fossils). Also as: QJGM (fossils). Chongqing. China.
QM: Queensland Museum, Centre for Biodiversity, Brisbane. Includes: collection from Department of Harbours & Marine, Brisbane (DHMB); specimens from Queensland Amateur Fishing Clubs Association (AFAQ) and Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service (QP); fossils from Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ). Obsolete as: QMB. Current as: QM F (fossils), QM I (fishes), QM J (herps). Also as: QMF, QMI, QMJ. Queensland. Australia.
QMP: The McMahon Museum, Quetta. Also known as: Quetta Museum (Wall 1911), but distinct from Quetta Museum established in 1971 with Directorate of Archaeology and Museums. Note: museum built in 1904–1906; named after Sir Arthus Henry McMahon in 1911–1912; destroyed by earthquake 31 May 1935. Current as: QMP (snakes). Balochistan. Pakistan.
QPM: Ministère du Tourisme de la Chasse et de la Pêche, Montreal. Quebec. Canada.
QSMI: Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, Thai Red Cross Society, Bangkok. Current as: QSMI (herps). Bangkok. Thailand.
QUYK: Private collection of Yuichi Kano, Kyushu University, Fukuoka. Current as: QUYK (fishes, herps). Fukuoka. Japan.
QVM: Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery (QVMAG), Launceston. Obsolete as: QVMT. Current as: QVM (fishes, herps). Tasmania. Australia.
QW: Leshan Giant Buddha Museum, Leshan. Current as: QW (fossils). Sichuan. China.