Actualización de la taxonomía y distribución de los anfibios y reptiles de San Luis Potosí

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San Luis Potosí es uno de los estados con mayor diversidad de ambientes. Su herpetofauna ha sido estudiada de manera intermitente, por lo que se tiene un conocimiento relativamente adecuado de los anfibios y reptiles. Sin embargo, es necesario integrar este conocimiento y hacerlo disponible a el mayor número de investigadores y personas interesadas en la biodiversidad. Por lo anterior se plantea realizar la actualización del listado y la taxonomía de las especies presentes en San Luis Potosí así como actualizar la distribución conocida de esas especies. Lo anterior se plantea realizar mediante 1) la revisión exhaustiva de la bibliografía, 2) la actualización de las bases de datos de las colecciones Herpetológica de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN (ENCB) y la Colección Nacional de Anfibios y Reptiles, IBUNAM (CNAR), 3) la actualización taxonómica de las especies, 4) elaboración de mapas de distribución de las familias en el estado, 5) la consulta de las bases de datos de otras colecciones tanto nacionales como extranjeras, 6) también se mencionará el estado de conservación de las especies y 7) se realizarán salidas al campo para obtener recolectas de ejemplares en las regiones donde no se reportan registros, donde tales registros sean escasos, o donde la importancia de registros históricos lo amerite .

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 2 Orden: 4 Familia: 29 Género: 71 Especie: 119 Epitetoinfraespecifico: 30

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López-Vidal J. C. 2015. Actualización de la taxonomía y distribución de los anfibios y reptiles de San Luis Potosí. Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas. Instituto Politécnico Nacional. Bases de datos SNIB-CONABIO, proyecto IE005. México, D. F.

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Occurrence; Specimen; Anfibios; Reptiles

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Juan Carlos López Vidal
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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (SAN LUIS POTOSI, VERACRUZ DE IGNACIO DE LA LLAVE)

Bounding Coordinates South West [21.232, -102.13], North East [23.829, -98.506]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Amphibia, Reptilia Orden: Anura, Squamata, Caudata, Testudines Familia: Ranidae, Hylidae, Dipsadidae, Scincidae, Natricidae, Teiidae, Iguanidae, Colubridae, Xantusiidae, Dibamidae, Corytophanidae, Phrynosomatidae, Eleutherodactylidae, Plethodontidae, Elapidae, Bufonidae, Scaphiopodidae, Microhylidae, Viperidae, Xenosauridae, Gekkonidae, Kinosternidae, Emydidae, Leptodactylidae, Anguidae, Rhinophrynidae, Boidae, Salamandridae, Ambystomatidae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Amphibia,  Reptilia
Order  Anura,  Squamata,  Caudata,  Testudines
Family  Ranidae,  Hylidae,  Dipsadidae,  Scincidae,  Natricidae,  Teiidae,  Iguanidae,  Colubridae,  Xantusiidae,  Dibamidae,  Corytophanidae,  Phrynosomatidae,  Eleutherodactylidae,  Plethodontidae,  Elapidae,  Bufonidae,  Scaphiopodidae,  Microhylidae,  Viperidae,  Xenosauridae,  Gekkonidae,  Kinosternidae,  Emydidae,  Leptodactylidae,  Anguidae,  Rhinophrynidae,  Boidae,  Salamandridae,  Ambystomatidae
Genus  Rana,  Trachycephalus,  Leptodeira,  Eumeces,  Nerodia,  Aspidoscelis,  Ctenosaura,  Tantilla,  Lepidophyma,  Anelytropsis,  Laemanctus,  Sceloporus,  Gyalopion,  Hypsiglena,  Leiolopisma,  Phrynosoma,  Eleutherodactylus,  Ameiva,  Bolitoglossa,  Leptophis,  Micrurus,  Hyla,  Scinax,  Scincella,  Bufo,  Storeria,  Anaxyrus,  Cnemidophorus,  Spea,  Thamnophis,  Rhinella,  Smilisca,  Hypopachus,  Rhadinaea,  Crotalus,  Pituophis,  Incilius,  Spilotes,  Xenosaurus,  Holbrookia,  Conopsis,  Hemidactylus,  Ficimia,  Drymarchon,  Coniophanes,  Pseudoeurycea,  Scaphiopus,  Kinosternon,  Adelphicos,  Oxybelis,  Lampropeltis,  Bothrops,  Terrapene,  Leptodactylus,  Trimorphodon,  Gerrhonotus,  Elaphe,  Rhinophrynus,  Lithobates,  Syrrhophus,  Ecnomiohyla,  Sibon,  Tropidodipsas,  Masticophis,  Barisia,  Chiropterotriton,  Phrynohyas,  Boa,  Notophthalmus,  Ambystoma,  Drymobius
Species  Rana johni (rana de Moore, rana de la huasteca),  Trachycephalus venulosus (rana lechosa de árbol, rana arbórea, rana venulosa, rana arborícola lechosa),  Ctenosaura acanthura (north eastern spiny tail iguana, garrobo de México, Iguana espinosa del Golfo, iguana, iguana de cola-espinosa del noroeste, iguana de cola espinosa del noreste),  Tantilla rubra (culebra ciempiés veracruzana, culebra cabeza-negra, culebra rojilla),  Lepidophyma sylvaticum (madrean tropical night lizard, lagartija nocturna de montaña),  Anelytropsis papillosus (lagartija ciega mexicana),  Sceloporus serrifer (blue spiny lizard, lagartija escamosa azul, lagartija espinosa azul),  Gyalopion canum (chihuahuan hooknose snake, culebra nariz ganchuda de Chihuahua, culebra de naricilla occidental, culebra nariz de gancho occidental),  Lepidophyma occulor (Jalapa tropical night lizard, lagartija nocturna de Jalapa, lagartija nocturna de Jalpan),  Leptodeira septentrionalis (culebra ojo de gato norteña; manchada, northern cat eyed snake, culebra ojo de gato norteña, escombrera manchada),  Leiolopisma caudaequinae,  Sceloporus variabilis (rose bellied lizard, lagartija escamosa panza rosada, lagartija espinosa panza rosada),  Phrynosoma modestum (roundtail hornet lizard, lagartija cornuda cola redonda, camaleón, tapayatxin, camaleón de cola redonda),  Tantilla atriceps (culebra encapuchada mexicana, mexican black-headed snake, culebra cabeza negra mexicana, culebras cabeza negra mexicana),  Eleutherodactylus cystignathoides (mexican chirping frog, rana chirriadora mexicana),  Nerodia rhombifer (culebra de agua de diamantes, diamond back water snake, culebra de agua de espalda de diamantes),  Bolitoglossa platydactyla (broadfoot moushroom tongue salamander, salamandra lengua hongueada pies anchos, achoque de tierra, salamandra lengua de hongo pies anchos, tlaconete de las piedras),  Hyla picta (ranita pintada, ranita arbórea, ranita, ranita arborícola, rana de árbol pintada, pintada, ranita grillo),  Scinax staufferi (ranita gris, rana de árbol de Stauffer, rana arbórea trompuda de Stauffer, rana arborícola trompuda, ranita arborícola),  Scincella gemmingeri (forest ground skink, encinela de selva, escíncela de bosque de tierra),  Bufo valliceps (sapo costero, sapo del golfo, sapo, sapo común),  Anaxyrus cognatus (great plains toad, sapo de la gran planicie, sapo de las grandes planicies, sapo, sapo de espuelas),  Ameiva undulata (rainbow ameiva, ameiva metálica; arcoiris, ameiva metálica, lagartija metálica),  Cnemidophorus gularis (huico texano, huico pinto del noreste),  Spea multiplicata (sapo de espuelas del sur, southern spade foot, sapo montícola de espuela, sapo de espuelas mexicano),  Thamnophis eques (culebra listonada del sur mexicano, southern mexico garder snake, culebra de agua, culebra de agua nómado mexicano),  Spea intermontana,  Rhinella horribilis (sapo común, sapo gigante, sapo verrugoso, sapo grande, sapo lechero),  Storeria dekayi (culebra parda de Kay, brown snake, culebra parda),  Leptodeira annulata (culebra ojo de gato bandada, banded cat eyed snake, serpiente escombrera, escombrera),  Smilisca baudinii (common mexican tree frog, rana trepadora, mexican treefrog, rana de árbol mexicana común, rana arbórea de Baudin, rana arborícola mexicana, rana de árbol mexicana),  Sceloporus spinosus (spiny lizard, lagartija escamosa espinosa, lagartija espinosa),  Hypopachus variolosus (sheep frog, rana ovejera, rana oveja común, rana manglera, rana termitera, termitero balador),  Rhadinaea gaigeae (culebra café de Gaige, Gaige's pine forest snake),  Thamnophis melanogaster (mexican blackbelly water snake, culebra de agua de panza negra, víbora de agua, culebra de agua, culebra de agua de panza negra mexicana, culebra negra en Aguascalientes),  Crotalus triseriatus (cascabel oscura de la Sierra Madre, víbora cascabel transvolcánica),  Sceloporus torquatus (crevice Swift lizard, lagartija escamosa barrada, rápido barrado, lagartija espinosa de collar),  Sceloporus parvus (bluebelly lizard, lagartija escamosa panza azul, lagartija espinosa de panza azul),  Pituophis deppei (culebra sorda mexicana, mexican bull snake, cincuate mexicana, culebra casera, alicante, cincuate, ratonera),  Scincella caudaequinae,  Sceloporus grammicus (mezquite lizard, lagartija escamosa de mezquite, chintete de mezquite, lagartija, lagartija espinosa del mezquital),  Thamnophis sumichrasti (culebra listonada de Sumichrast, sumichrast garder snake, culebra de agua nómada de sumichrast, culebra listonada),  Incilius occidentalis (pine toad, sapo pinero, sapo de los pinos, sapo de pino),  Bufo nebulifer (sapo nebuloso),  Storeria storerioides (culebra parda mexicana, mexican brown snake, culebra),  Sceloporus minor,  Spilotes pullatus (culebra ratonera mica, black-and-yellow rat snake, culebra voladora),  Rana berlandieri (rana leopardo, rana leopardo del río Bravo),  Xenosaurus newmanorum (Newman's knob scaled lizard, xenosaurio de Newman),  Holbrookia maculata (lesser earles lizard, lagartija sorda menor, lagartilla perrilla, lagartija sorda pequeñita, lagartija sorda),  Rana montezumae (rana de Moctezuma, rana leopardo de Moctezuma),  Leptophis mexicanus (culebra perico mexicana, mexican parrot snake, ranera mexicana),  Hyla arenicolor (canyon frog, ranita de cañon, canyon treefrog, rana de árbol color arena, ranita de las rocas),  Bufo punctatus (sapo de puntos rojos, sapo manchas rojas, sapo pinto, sapo),  Conopsis nasus (large-nosed earth snake, culebra terrestre narigona, culebrita gris, culebra de tierra de la meseta mexicana),  Hemidactylus frenatus (common house gecko, geco casero bocón, besucona),  Cnemidophorus inornatus (huico liso, huico liso del altiplano),  Ficimia olivacea (brown hooknose snake, culebra naricilla huasteca),  Drymarchon corais,  Coniophanes imperialis (black-stripped snake, culebra rayas negras),  Eumeces lynxe (oak forest skink, eslizón encinero, eslizón de bosque de encinos),  Scaphiopus couchii (Sapo de espuelas de Conch, Conch's spade foot, sapo cavador, sapo de espuela, cavador),  Adelphicos quadrivirgatum (lombriz rayada, zacatera),  Incilius valliceps (gulf coast toad, sapo del Golfo, sapo común, sapo costero, sapo),  Oxybelis aeneus (culebra bejuquilla mexicana, brown or mexican vine snake, bejuco, bejuquilla, culebra de árbol, flecherilla, güirotillera, bejuquilla parda),  Pituophis melanoleucus,  Lampropeltis triangulum (milk snake, culebra real coralillo),  Thamnophis proximus (culebra listonada occidental, western ribbon snake, culebra acuática),  Crotalus durissus,  Bothrops asper (nauyaca-terciopelo real, terciopelo ?, nauyaca terciopelo real),  Hyla miotympanum (rana de árbol orejas chicas, calate arborícola, calate),  Sceloporus cyanogenys (lagartija espinosa azul),  Terrapene mexicana,  Leptodactylus fragilis (ranita espumera labio blanco, rana de bigotes, ranita de hojarasca, ranita de charca, ranita labios blancos),  Hypsiglena torquata (nightsnake, culebra nocturna ojo de gato, culebra nocturna, culebra de la noche, culebra ojo de gato),  Trimorphodon tau (falsa nauyaca mexicana, culebra),  Gerrhonotus liocephalus (texas alligator lizard, lagarto escorpión texano, escorpión, lagartija lagarto sureña),  Elaphe guttata (serpiente del maíz),  Tantilla wilcoxi (culebra encapuchada chihuahuense, chihuahuan black headed snake, culebra cabeza negra de Chihuahua),  Rhinophrynus dorsalis (mexican burrowing toad, sapo excavador mexicano, rana boquita, sapo de madriguera, sapo borracho, sapo moi),  Terrapene goldmani,  Lithobates berlandieri (río Grande leopard frog, rana leopardo, rana del río grande, rana leopardo del río Bravo),  Aspidoscelis scalaris (huico manchado de la altiplanicie),  Syrrhophus cystignathoides (rana chirriadora mexicana),  Syrrhophus latodactylus,  Eumeces tetragrammus (four lined skink, eslizón cuatro líneas, eslizón cuatro líneas del noreste),  Rhadinaea crassa (culebra café de Gaige),  Eleutherodactylus latrans,  Ecnomiohyla miotympanum (small-eared tree frog, rana de árbol orejas chicas, calate arborícola, calate),  Sceloporus jarrovii (yarrow's spiny lizard, cachorón, lagartija escamosa de montaña, lagartija, lagartija espinosa de Yarrow, rochaca),  Ficimia streckeri (mexican hooknose snake, culebra naricilla mexicana),  Crotalus molossus (black tailed rattlesnake, cushishin, axolote, víbora cascabel cola negra, víbora cascabel tropical, víbora de cascabel, abaniqillo de Simmons, cascabel serrana, cascabel de cola negra),  Eleutherodactylus augusti (sapo ladrador, rana de hojarasca de acantilado, rana de tronco, rana ladradora amarilla, rana ladradora común, rana amarilla labradora),  Leptodeira maculata (culebra ojo de gato del suroeste, southwestern cat eyed snake, escombreara del suroeste mexicano),  Lepidophyma gaigeae (Gaige's tropical night lizard, lagartija nocturna de Gaiger, lagartija nocturna de Tamazunchale),  Sibon sartorii (culebra caracolera de oriente, coralillo falso),  Tropidodipsas sartorii (culebra caracolera de oriente, coralillo falso),  Aspidoscelis gularis (huico texano, huico pinto del noreste),  Kinosternon integrum (tortuga pecho quebrado mexicana, casquito de burro, mexican mud turtle, tortuga de agua, tortuga de río),  Spea hammondii (sapo, sapo excavador, sapo de espuelas occidental),  Eleutherodactylus guttilatus (spotted chirping frog, rana chirriadora punteada, ranita chirriadora de manchas),  Rana megapoda (rana pierna de pollo, rana leopardo patas grandes),  Phrynosoma cornutum (texas hornet lizard, camaleón texano, lagartija cornuda texana, camaleón),  Sceloporus goldmani (Goldman's bunchgrass lizard, lagartija escamosa de Goldman, lagartija de pastizal de Goldman),  Crotalus lepidus (rock rattlesnake, chachamuri verde, chichámora, víbora de cascabel, víbora cascabel variable, cascabel verde, víbora de cascabel de las rocas, víbora de cascabel gris),  Rana pipiens,  Chiropterotriton arboreus (arboreals splayfooted salamander, salamandra pie plano arbórea, salamandra pies planos arborícola),  Chiropterotriton magnipes (big foot splayfooted salamander, salamandra pie plano patona, salamandra patona),  Hyla eximia (mountain tree frog, rana de árbol de montaña, rana verde manchada, ranita de montaña),  Eleutherodactylus decoratus (rana de hojarasca decorada, rana ladradora adornada, rana ladrona adornada, rana labradora),  Phrynohyas venulosa (veined tree frog, rana de árbol lechosa, rana arbórea, rana venulosa, rana arborícola lechosa, rana lechosa de árbol),  Boa constrictor (boa constrictor, boa),  Notophthalmus meridionalis (black-spotted newt, tritón manchas negras, tritón de manchas negras),  Ambystoma tigrinum (tiger salamander, ajolote, salamandra tigre),  Drymobius margaritiferus (speckled racer, culebra corredora de Petatillos, culebra, lagunera, corredora moteada),  Leptodactylus melanonotus (sabinal frog, ranita del sabinal, rana nidificadora de sabinal, rana del sabinal, ranita espumera de dedos marginados, ranita hojarasca),  Sceloporus cautus (shy spiny lizard, lagartija escamosa tímida, lagartija espinosa llanera),  Conopsis lineata (culebra terrestre del centro, culebra nariz de pala del occidente),  Aspidoscelis inornatus (huico liso, huico liso del altiplano)
Infraspecificname  Leptodeira annulata subsp. cussiliris (culebra ojo de gato del suroeste, escombreara del suroeste mexicano),  Eumeces tetragrammus subsp. tetragrammus (eslizón cuatro líneas del noreste, eslizón cuatro líneas),  Nerodia rhombifer subsp. blanchardi,  Aspidoscelis inornatus subsp. paulula,  Leptodeira septentrionalis subsp. septentrionalis (culebra ojo de gato norteña, escombrera manchada),  Laemanctus serratus subsp. serratus,  Sceloporus jarrovii subsp. minor,  Hypsiglena torquata subsp. jani (culebra nocturna del noreste, culebra nocturna tejana),  Sceloporus grammicus subsp. microlepidotus,  Ameiva undulata subsp. podarga,  Sceloporus spinosus subsp. spinosus,  Sceloporus variabilis subsp. variabilis,  Leptophis mexicanus subsp. mexicanus,  Micrurus fitzingeri subsp. microgalbineus,  Storeria dekayi subsp. temporalineata,  Cnemidophorus sackii subsp. gularis (huico texano, huico pinto del noreste),  Lampropeltis triangulum subsp. dixoni (falsa coralillo de Tamulipas),  Storeria dekayi subsp. texana,  Thamnophis macrostemma subsp. megalops,  Thamnophis melanogaster subsp. canescens,  Phrynosoma orbiculare subsp. cortezii,  Masticophis flagellum subsp. lineatulus,  Holbrookia maculata subsp. approximans (cachorita, lagartija sorda manchadita),  Sceloporus grammicus subsp. disparilis,  Thamnophis cyrtopsis subsp. cyrtopsis,  Sceloporus torquatus subsp. melanogaster,  Crotalus molossus subsp. nigrescens (cascabel de cola negra mexicana),  Sceloporus serrifer subsp. cyanogenys (lagartija espinosa azul),  Barisia imbricata subsp. ciliaris (escorpión de montaña, lagartija falso escorpión),  Masticophis flagellum subsp. testaceus

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1879-09-17 / 1988-07-18

Project Data

San Luis Potosí es uno de los estados con mayor diversidad de ambientes. Su herpetofauna ha sido estudiada de manera intermitente, por lo que se tiene un conocimiento relativamente adecuado de los anfibios y reptiles. Sin embargo, es necesario integrar este conocimiento y hacerlo disponible a el mayor número de investigadores y personas interesadas en la biodiversidad. Por lo anterior se plantea realizar la actualización del listado y la taxonomía de las especies presentes en San Luis Potosí así como actualizar la distribución conocida de esas especies. Lo anterior se plantea realizar mediante 1) la revisión exhaustiva de la bibliografía, 2) la actualización de las bases de datos de las colecciones Herpetológica de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN (ENCB) y la Colección Nacional de Anfibios y Reptiles, IBUNAM (CNAR), 3) la actualización taxonómica de las especies, 4) elaboración de mapas de distribución de las familias en el estado, 5) la consulta de las bases de datos de otras colecciones tanto nacionales como extranjeras, 6) también se mencionará el estado de conservación de las especies y 7) se realizarán salidas al campo para obtener recolectas de ejemplares en las regiones donde no se reportan registros, donde tales registros sean escasos, o donde la importancia de registros históricos lo amerite .

Title Actualización de la taxonomía y distribución de los anfibios y reptiles de San Luis Potosí
Identifier SNIB-IE005-IE0051509F_SIB2015.09.30-ND
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Anfibios Reptiles ajolotes, salamandras, tritones boas, cobras, coralillos, culebras, pitones, serpientes, víboras caimanes, cocodrilos camaleones, geckos, iguanas, lagartijas, lagartos culebras; serpientes geckos rayados lagartijas lagarto; alicantes ranas arborícolas ranas de dedos largos ranas, sapos salamanquesas; eslizones tortugas dulceacuícolas, tortugas terrestres

The personnel involved in the project:

Juan Carlos López Vidal

Collection Data

Collection Name Amphibian and Reptile Collection;INHS;Illinois Natural History Survey;INHS
Collection Identifier SNIB-IE005-IE0051509F_SIB2015.09.30-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Amphibian and Reptile Collection;UAZ;University of Arizona;UAZ
Collection Identifier SNIB-IE005-IE0051509F_SIB2015.09.30-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Amphibians and Reptiles Collection;UCM;University of Colorado, Boulder;UCM
Collection Identifier SNIB-IE005-IE0051509F_SIB2015.09.30-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Amphibians and Reptiles Collection;FMNH;Field Museum of Natural History;FMNH
Collection Identifier SNIB-IE005-IE0051509F_SIB2015.09.30-ND
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