Invertebrados y aves playeras de la Laguna Madre de Tamaulipas, México (Aves)

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Se construyeron bases de datos de seis grupos zoológicos residentes de la Laguna Madre de Tamaulipas (LMT), México. Para ello se visitaron diferentes localidades de la LMT, divididas en tres zonas (Norte, Centro y Sur). Los principales ecosistemas que se muestrearon fueron los pastos marinos, sedimentos fangosos, manglares, arrecifes de ostión y playas arenosas. Para las aves playeras se establecieron sitios de observación en islas y la barra arenosa. Todo el material recolectado fue depositado en las Colecciones Científicas de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, de la U.A.N.L. y las bases de datos fueron elaborados utilizando información taxonómica-geográfica en el programa Biótica versión 4.5.

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 1 Orden: 1 Familia: 5 Género: 13 Especie: 25

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Keywords

Occurrence; Specimen; Aves

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Gabino A Rodríguez Almaraz
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Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónFacultad de Ciencias BiológicasDepartamento de Zoología de InvertebradosLaboratorio de Entomología y Artrópodos 66450 San Nicolás de los Garza Nuevo León MX TEL. (81) 8329-41-10

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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (TAMAULIPAS)

Bounding Coordinates South West [23.727, -97.901], North East [25.818, -97.153]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Aves Orden: Charadriiformes Familia: Haematopodidae, Recurvirostridae, Scolopacidae, Charadriidae, Laridae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Aves
Order  Charadriiformes
Family  Haematopodidae,  Recurvirostridae,  Scolopacidae,  Charadriidae,  Laridae
Genus  Haematopus,  Himantopus,  Calidris,  Recurvirostra,  Charadrius,  Catoptrophorus,  Thalasseus,  Arenaria,  Pluvialis,  Tringa,  Numenius,  Sterna,  Phalaropus
Species  Haematopus palliatus (ostrero americano),  Himantopus mexicanus (candelero americano, monjita americana),  Calidris alba (sanderling, playero blanco),  Recurvirostra americana (avoceta americana),  Charadrius wilsonia (chorlo pico grueso),  Catoptrophorus semipalmatus (willet, playero pihuiuí),  Charadrius nivosus (chorlo nevado),  Thalasseus maximus (gaviotín real, charrán real),  Charadrius montanus (chorlo llanero),  Charadrius semipalmatus (chorlo semipalmeado),  Calidris himantopus (stilt sandpiper, playero zancón),  Arenaria interpres (house wren, vuelvepiedras rojizo),  Pluvialis squatarola (chorlo gris),  Calidris alpina (dunlin, playero dorso rojo),  Tringa solitaria (solitary sandpiper, playero solitario),  Tringa melanoleuca (greater yellowlegs, patamarilla mayor),  Charadrius melodus (chorlo chiflador),  Charadrius vociferus (chorlo tildío),  Numenius americanus (long-billed curlew, zarapito pico largo),  Calidris minutilla (least sandpiper, playero diminuto, playero chichicuilote),  Sterna forsteri (charrán de Forster),  Calidris mauri (western sandpiper, playero occidental),  Phalaropus tricolor (Wilson's phalarope, falaropo pico largo),  Tringa flavipes (lesser yellowlegs, patamarilla menor),  Calidris minuta (little stint, playero menudo, playero menor)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1999-02-17 / 2009-02-18

Project Data

Se construyeron bases de datos de seis grupos zoológicos residentes de la Laguna Madre de Tamaulipas (LMT), México. Para ello se visitaron diferentes localidades de la LMT, divididas en tres zonas (Norte, Centro y Sur). Los principales ecosistemas que se muestrearon fueron los pastos marinos, sedimentos fangosos, manglares, arrecifes de ostión y playas arenosas. Para las aves playeras se establecieron sitios de observación en islas y la barra arenosa. Todo el material recolectado fue depositado en las Colecciones Científicas de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, de la U.A.N.L. y las bases de datos fueron elaborados utilizando información taxonómica-geográfica en el programa Biótica versión 4.5.

Title Invertebrados y aves playeras de la Laguna Madre de Tamaulipas, México (Aves)
Identifier SNIB-EJ013-EJ0131011F_Aves_Corregida-Aves
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Aves como gaviotas como playeros, chorlos

The personnel involved in the project:

Gabino A Rodríguez Almaraz

Collection Data

Collection Name NO APLICA;NO APLICA;Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León;FCB-UANL
Collection Identifier SNIB-EJ013-EJ0131011F_Aves_Corregida-Aves
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 2,378 Ejemplar

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