Computarización de las colecciones de vertebrados terrestres de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN Fase 4 (Mamíferos)

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El presente proyecto tiene como objetivo completar con los registros que se tienen hasta la fecha, la computarización de los acervos de las tres Colecciones de vertebrados terrestres (mamíferos, herpetozoarios y aves) resguardadas en el Laboratorio de Cordados Terrestres, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas (ENCB), para su incorporación al Sistema de Información de la CONABIO. Se terminará la computarización de las colecciones Mastozoológica y Herpetológica, cuyos acervos se encuentran computarizados e incluidos en el SNIB de la CONABIO en un 93% y un 60% respectivamente, con los registros que contienen hasta la fecha. La colección Ornitológica se computarizará por completo en este proyecto. Además se digitalizarán (se asociará una fotografía digital a los registros) 60,300 ejemplares: 17,000 herpetozoarios, 3300 aves, y 40,000 fotografías de mamíferos (20,000 de las pieles y 20,000 de los cráneos), de los especímenes que incluye la propuesta y que están presentes en las colecciones. Las bases parciales de cada grupo zoológico que se tienen a la fecha, serán migradas a la versión mas actualizada de Biotica y unidas para formar una sola base. La base de datos de cada grupo, ya migrada a Biotica 5.0, se actualizará y completará con los nuevos especímenes y registros que se tienen para cada grupo y que aún faltan por computarizarse. Las tres bases de datos se revisarán y actualizarán, analizando taxonómicamente cada uno de los ejemplares a que corresponde cada registro. Al final se contará con tres bases de datos actualizadas y funcionales, una para cada una de las colecciones, Mamíferos, Herpetozoarios y Aves. El número total de registros en las tres bases de datos será de 66,129, de los cuales 43,640 corresponden a mamíferos, 18,750 a herpetozoarios y 3739 corresponden a las aves. Con la realización de este proyecto se actualizará y mejorará radicalmente la infraestructura actual de las tres colecciones, pues será posible cambiar algunas cajas de colección por cajas más funcionales. Al mismo tiempo se busca la optimización del espacio, aprovechando las actuales instalaciones e implementando una primera sección con uso de compactadores, con lo que será posible aumentar el potencial de crecimiento e integrar a futuro un mayor número de ejemplares, así, se planea un crecimiento en el mismo recinto, al menos por otros 20 años en la colección de herpetozoarios y 15 años en la de mamíferos. En esta Fase 4 de la computarización de las tres colecciones de vertebrados terrestres de la ENCB, se completarán las bases de datos con los ejemplares aún no computarizados a la fecha, se incluirán 14,649 registros no computarizados aún, de herpetozoarios, mamíferos y aves de los estados de Aguascalientes, Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Distrito Federal, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, México, Michoacán, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo León, Oaxaca, Puebla, Querétaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Yucatán y Zacatecas. Estos registros estarán disponibles a través del SNIB, lo que incrementará la posibilidad de realizar estudios y aplicaciones por parte de investigadores nacionales y extranjeros, apoyando decisiones informadas por parte de las autoridades encargadas del manejo de recursos naturales. Otro resultado del presente proyecto consistirá en la actualización de la determinación de todos los ejemplares presentes en cada una de las colecciones, permitiendo los dos resultados mas importantes: 1) el mantenimiento y crecimiento de las colecciones de vertebrados de la ENCB y 2) la formación de tres bases de datos, una por grupo, con el número total de registros de los ejemplares presentes a la fecha en las colecciones mencionadas (las bases de datos parciales se unirán para formar una sola base por grupo zoológico y serán migradas al formato más actual de BIOTICA, serán actualizadas y se les adicionarán los registros de nuevos ejemplares), con la finalidad de contar con bases eficientes y confiables, de manera que sea posible su consulta por cualquier investigador en el mundo.

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 1 Orden: 12 Familia: 36 Género: 151 Subgénero: 2 Especie: 245 Epitetoinfraespecifico: 539

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López-Vidal J. C., C. Elizalde-Arellano, C. Y. Salas-Rodríguez y C. Salazar-Motolinía. 2019. Computarización de las colecciones de vertebrados terrestres de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN Fase 4. Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas. Instituto Politécnico Nacional. Bases de datos SNIB-CONABIO (mamíferos), proyectos KE005, CC002, BC004, Y013 y P020. Ciudad de México

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Juan Carlos López Vidal
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Instituto Politécnico NacionalEscuela Nacional de Ciencias BiológicasDepartamento de ZoologíaLaboratorio de Cordados Terrestres 11340 México Distrito Federal MX Tel 5729 6000 ext 62421 Fax 53 96 35 03

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Geographic Coverage

País: ECUADOR (MORONA SANTIAGO) País: ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA (CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, KANSAS, MINNESOTA, NEW MEXICO, OKLAHOMA) País: GUATEMALA (PETEN, ZACAPA) País: MEXICO (AGUASCALIENTES, BAJA CALIFORNIA, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, CAMPECHE, CHIAPAS, CHIHUAHUA, CIUDAD DE MEXICO, COAHUILA DE ZARAGOZA, COLIMA, DISTRITO FEDERAL, DURANGO, GUANAJUATO, GUERRERO, HIDALGO, JALISCO, MEXICO, MICHOACAN DE OCAMPO, MORELOS, NAYARIT, NUEVO LEON, OAXACA, PUEBLA, QUERETARO, QUERETARO DE ARTEAGA, QUINTANA ROO, SAN LUIS POTOSI, SINALOA, SONORA, TABASCO, TAMAULIPAS, TLAXCALA, VERACRUZ DE IGNACIO DE LA LLAVE, YUCATAN, ZACATECAS)

Bounding Coordinates South West [14.719, -120.654], North East [44.33, -86.865]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Mammalia Orden: Rodentia, Didelphimorphia, Chiroptera, Cingulata, Lagomorpha, Artiodactyla, Soricomorpha, Carnivora, Primates, Cetacea, Pilosa, Perissodactyla Familia: Heteromyidae, Cricetidae, Didelphidae, Molossidae, Dasypodidae, Phyllostomidae, Vespertilionidae, Mormoopidae, Leporidae, Sciuridae, Geomyidae, Cervidae, Emballonuridae, Soricidae, Natalidae, Procyonidae, Noctilionidae, Thyropteridae, Ursidae, Atelidae, Mephitidae, Felidae, Antilocapridae, Delphinidae, Canidae, Cuniculidae, Myrmecophagidae, Nycteridae, Mustelidae, Erethizontidae, Tayassuidae, Otariidae, Cyclopedidae, Talpidae, Tapiridae, Muridae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Mammalia
Order  Rodentia,  Didelphimorphia,  Chiroptera,  Cingulata,  Lagomorpha,  Artiodactyla,  Soricomorpha,  Carnivora,  Primates,  Cetacea,  Pilosa,  Perissodactyla
Family  Heteromyidae,  Cricetidae,  Didelphidae,  Molossidae,  Dasypodidae,  Phyllostomidae,  Vespertilionidae,  Mormoopidae,  Leporidae,  Sciuridae,  Geomyidae,  Cervidae,  Emballonuridae,  Soricidae,  Natalidae,  Procyonidae,  Noctilionidae,  Thyropteridae,  Ursidae,  Atelidae,  Mephitidae,  Felidae,  Antilocapridae,  Delphinidae,  Canidae,  Cuniculidae,  Myrmecophagidae,  Nycteridae,  Mustelidae,  Erethizontidae,  Tayassuidae,  Otariidae,  Cyclopedidae,  Talpidae,  Tapiridae,  Muridae
Genus  Chaetodipus,  Neotoma,  Neotomodon,  Philander,  Sigmodon,  Molossus,  Dasypus,  Oryzomys,  Leptonycteris,  Peromyscus,  Tadarida,  Microtus,  Reithrodontomys,  Glossophaga,  Myotis,  Desmodus,  Eptesicus,  Mormoops,  Liomys,  Artibeus,  Baiomys,  Dipodomys,  Lasiurus,  Pteronotus,  Sylvilagus,  Sciurus,  Centurio,  Phyllostomus,  Nyctinomops,  Vespertilio,  Sturnira,  Carollia,  Onychomys,  Cratogeomys,  Corynorhinus,  Dermanura,  Odocoileus,  Thomomys,  Antrozous,  Micronycteris,  Balantiopteryx,  Sorex,  Cryptotis,  Macrotus,  Anoura,  Rhynchonycteris,  Spermophilus,  Trachops,  Heteromys,  Didelphis,  Peropteryx,  Otospermophilus,  Eumops,  Natalus,  Uroderma,  Potos,  Noctilio,  Pipistrellus,  Thyroptera,  Ursus,  Tlacuatzin,  Lepus,  Notocitellus,  Osgoodomys,  Saccopteryx,  Platyrrhinus,  Perognathus,  Ateles,  Ammospermophilus,  Mephitis,  Diphylla,  Oligoryzomys,  Leopardus,  Procyon,  Lonchorhina,  Vampyressa,  Hodomys,  Nasua,  Conepatus,  Neotamias,  Plecotus,  Rhogeessa,  Mazama,  Chiroderma,  Bassariscus,  Lynx,  Hylonycteris,  Antilocapra,  Delphinus,  Urocyon,  Canis,  Parastrellus,  Cuniculus,  Ictidomys,  Musonycteris,  Choeronycteris,  Ototylomys,  Orthogeomys,  Notiosorex,  Stenella,  Promops,  Tamandua,  Nycteris,  Pappogeomys,  Dermonotus,  Tamias,  Choeroniscus,  Spilogale,  Megadontomys,  Lutra,  Romerolagus,  Coendou,  Xerospermophilus,  Felis,  Pecari,  Panthera,  Mimon,  Lontra,  Marmosa,  Zalophus,  Vampyrodes,  Nelsonia,  Puma,  Mustela,  Glaucomys,  Habromys,  Idionycteris,  Tylomys,  Diclidurus,  Cynomys,  Eira,  Marmota,  Herpailurus,  Cyclopes,  Scapanus,  Tamiasciurus,  Tapirus,  Perimyotis,  Agouti,  Mus,  Dicotyles,  Taxidea,  Vulpes,  Eutamias,  Euderma,  Tonatia,  Alouatta,  Lichonycteris,  Nyctomys,  Lophostoma,  Enchisthenes
Subgenus  Neotamias,  Marmota
Species  Molossus rufus (murciélago mastín negro, black mastiff bat, murciélago),  Dasypus novemcinctus (armadillo nueve bandas, nine-banded armadillo, mulita, ayotochtli, armadillo),  Peromyscus bullatus (ratón de Perote, Perote mouse, ratón de campo),  Desmodus rotundus (vampiro común, common vampire bat, murciélago vampiro, vampiro, quimichpatlan),  Peromyscus melanotis (ratón orejas negras, black-eared mouse, ratón, chikúri, black-eared deermouse),  Neotomodon alstoni (ratón de volcán, volcano mouse, rata de campo),  Nyctinomops macrotis (murciélago cola suelta mayor, big free-tailed bat, murciélago, murciélago cola suelta, sopichí),  Carollia brevicauda,  Dipodomys merriami (rata canguro de Merriam, Merriam's kangaroo rat, rata canguro),  Corynorhinus mexicanus (murciélago mula mexicano, Mexican big-eared bat, murciélago, sopichí, murciélago orejón, big eared bats),  Peromyscus spicilegus (ratón de Sierra Madre, Sierra Madre mouse, ratón de campo, ratón, chicuri, chikúri, gleaning deermouse),  Leptonycteris nivalis (murciélago hocicudo mayor, big long-nose bat, murciélago),  Leptonycteris yerbabuenae (murciélago, lesser long-nose bat, murciélago hocicudo menor),  Peromyscus slevini (ratón de Santa Catalina, Slevin's mouse),  Antrozous pallidus (murciélago desértico norteño, pallid bat, murciélago),  Balantiopteryx io (murciélago sacóptero de Thomas, Thomas sac winged bat, murciélago),  Sorex ventralis (musaraña coluda oaxaqueña, Oaxacan long-tailed shrew, musaraña, chestnut-bellied shrew),  Peromyscus levipes (ratón de La Malinche, La Malinche mouse, ratón de campo),  Microtus quasiater (meteoro de Jalapa, Jalapa pine vole, meteoro, meteorito, ratón de alfalfar),  Rhynchonycteris naso (murciélago narigón, proboscis bat, murciélago),  Artibeus intermedius (murciélago, murciélago frutero, murciélago frutero gigante),  Glossophaga leachii (murciélago lengüetón de Leachi, leachis long-tonged bat, murciélago),  Cryptotis mexicana (musaraña orejillas mexicana, Mexican small-eared shrew, musaraña),  Cryptotis obscura (musaraña, grizzled mexican small-eared shrew),  Neotoma palatina (rata cambalachera de Bolaños, Bolaños woodrat, rata de campo),  Sciurus alleni (ardilla, ardilla de Nuevo León, Allen's squirrel),  Artibeus hirsutus (murciélago frutero peludo, Harry fruit-eating bat, murciélago, murciélago frutero, tsinakan, sopichí),  Peromyscus furvus (ratón negruzco, blackish deermouse, ratón de campo),  Carollia subrufa (murciélago cola corta de Hahn, Hahn's short-tail bat, murciélago),  Sturnira lilium,  Anoura geoffroyi (murciélago rabón de Geoffroy, Geoffroy's tailless bat, murciélago, chinaco),  Heteromys gaumeri (ratón espinoso yucateco, Gaumer's spainy pocket mouse, ratón de abazones),  Peromyscus eremicus (ratón de cactus, cactus deermouse, ratón de campo, ratón),  Mormoops megalophylla (murciélago barba arrugada norteño, Peter's ghost face bat, murciélago),  Myotis vivesi (miotis pescador, fish-eating myotis, murciélago),  Artibeus lituratus (murciélago frutero gigante, big fruit-eating bat, murciélago, murciélago frutero),  Heteromys desmarestianus (ratón espinoso centroamericano, Desmarest's spiny pocket mouse, ratón de abazones),  Peromyscus pectoralis (ratón tobillo blanco, white-ankled mouse, ratón de campo),  Peromyscus maniculatus (ratón norteamericano, deermouse, ratón de campo, ratón venado),  Cratogeomys zinseri (tuza, tuza de Lagos de Moreno),  Ursus americanus (oso negro, black bear, ohí, oso negro americano, cuetlachtli),  Lasiurus cinereus (murciélago cola peluda canoso, hoary bat, murciélago),  Lepus californicus (liebre cola negra, black-tailed jackrabbit, ruyé, ruwé),  Platyrrhinus helleri (murciélago listado de Heller, Heller's white-lined bat, murciélago),  Molossus sinaloae (murciélago mastín de Sinaloa, Allen's mastiff bat, murciélago, Sinaloan mastiff bat),  Macrotus waterhousii (murciélago orejón mexicano, Waterhouse's leaf-nosed bat, murciélago),  Corynorhinus townsendii (murciélago, Townsend's big-eared bat, murciélago orejón de Townsend),  Cratogeomys goldmani (tuza de Goldman, Goldman's pocket gophers, tuza),  Diphylla ecaudata (vampiro pata peluda, hairy-legged vampire bat, murciélago vampiro, vampiro),  Neotoma leucodon (rata magueyera, white-toothed woodrat),  Leopardus pardalis (ocelote, ocelot),  Peromyscus melanophrys (ratón de meseta, plateau mouse, ratón de campo),  Odocoileus hemionus (venado bura, mule deer, mazatl),  Dermanura azteca (murciélago frutero azteca, highland fruit-eating bat, murciélago),  Vampyressa thyone (murciélago, Northern little yellow-eared bat),  Mephitis macroura (zorrillo listado del sur, hooded skunk, zorrillo listado),  Odocoileus virginianus (venado cola blanca, white-tailed deer, venado de llano, mazatl, venado de campo, deer, venado real),  Neotamias bulleri,  Chaetodipus artus (ratón de abazones cabeza angosta, narrow skulled pocket mouse, ratón de campo),  Myotis fortidens (miotis canelo, cinnamon myotis, murciélago),  Centurio senex (murciélago cara arrugada, wrinkle face bat, murciélago),  Sigmodon arizonae (rata algodonera de Arizona, Arizona cotton rat, rata cañera),  Perognathus longimembris (ratón de abazones menor, little pocket mouse, ratón canguro, ratón de abazones),  Reithrodontomys megalotis (ratón cosechero común, Western harvest mouse, ratón de campo, ratón, sotóchi),  Plecotus phyllotis (murciélago, murciélago mula de Allen),  Chiroderma salvini (murciélago ojón de Salvini, Salvin's white-lined bat, murciélago),  Peromyscus sejugis (ratón de Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz island mouse),  Artibeus jamaicensis (murciélago frutívoro de Jamaica, Jamaican fruit-eating bat, murciélago frutero),  Lynx rufus (lince, lince americano, bobcat, gato montés, ruchí),  Sylvilagus audubonii (conejo, conejo del desierto, desert cottontail, rowi),  Glossophaga soricina (murciélago lengüetón de Pallas, Pallas long-tonged bat, murciélago),  Hylonycteris minor,  Antilocapra americana (berrendo, pronghorn),  Macrotus californicus (murciélago orejón californiano, California leaf nosed bat, murciélago, sopichí),  Reithrodontomys fulvescens (ratón cosechero leonado, fulvous harvest mouse, ratón de campo),  Delphinus delphis (delfín común de rostro corto, short-beaked common dolphin, delfín común),  Nyctinomops femorosacca (murciélago, murciélago cola suelta de bolsa),  Eptesicus fuscus (murciélago moreno norteamericano, big brown bat, murciélago, sopichí),  Baiomys musculus (ratón pigmeo sureño, Southern pygmy mouse, ratón de campo, ratón pigmeo),  Chaetodipus lineatus (ratón de abazones rayado, lined pocket mouse, ratón de campo, ratón de abazones),  Rhogeessa alleni (murciélago amarillo mayor, Allen's yellow bat, murciélago),  Peromyscus difficilis (ratón de roca, rock mouse, ratón de campo, ratón, chikúri, Southern rock deermouse),  Glossophaga morenoi (murciélago lengüetón de Xiutepec, Xiutepec long-tongued bat, murciélago),  Tadarida brasiliensis (murciélago cola suelta brasileño, Mexican free-tailed bat, murciélago guanero, sopichí),  Pteronotus rubiginosus (murciélago, murciélago bigotudo de Parnell),  Cuniculus paca (tepezcuintle, paca, agutí, lowland paca),  Ictidomys mexicanus (ardillón mexicano, Mexican ground squirrel, ardilla terrestre, motocle, hurón, tlaltechalotl),  Musonycteris harrisoni (murciélago platanero, banana bat, murciélago),  Choeronycteris mexicana (murciélago trompudo, Mexican longe-nosed bat, murciélago),  Dipodomys nelsoni (rata canguro de Nelson, Nelson's kangaroo rat, rata canguro),  Urocyon cinereoargenteus (zorra gris, gray fox, leoncillo, ostotl, gato de monte, kióchi, kiyóchi, w'ash, ch'amac),  Sigmodon hispidus (rata algodonera crespa, hispid cotton rat, rata cañera),  Peromyscus ochraventer (El Carrizo deermouse, ratón, ratón de El Carrizo),  Pteronotus gymnonotus (murciélago lomo pelón mayor, big naked-backed bat, murciélago),  Leptonycteris curasoae,  Pappogeomys neglectus (tuza, tuza humeada, tuza llanera),  Peromyscus gratus (ratón de Tlalpan, ratón piñonero, Tlalpan mouse, ratón de campo, ratón, chikúri),  Neotoma goldmani (rata cambalachera de Goldman, Goldman's woodrat, rata de campo),  Choeroniscus godmani (murciélago lengüetón de Godman, Godman's long-tongued bat, murciélago),  Artibeus phaeotis (murciélago, murciélago frutero pigmeo),  Peromyscus leucopus (white-footed mouse, ratón de campo, ratón, ratón de patas blancas, chikúri, white-footed deermouse),  Neotoma mexicana (rata cambalachera mexicana, Mexican woodrat, rata de campo, rata magueyera, rorí),  Liomys spectabilis (ratón de abazones, ratón espinoso jalisciense),  Oryzomys palustris (rata arrocera de pantano, marsh rice rat),  Saccopteryx bilineata (murciélago rayado mayor, great white-lined bat, murciélago),  Megadontomys thomasi (ratón de Thomas, Thomas' big-toothed deermouse, ratón, Thoma's deer mouse),  Otospermophilus variegatus (ardillón de roca, rock squirrel, ardilla terrestre, ardilla de pedregal, techalote, chipawí, ardillón),  Tamias (Neotamias) amoenus,  Peromyscus boylii (ratón arbustero, brush deermouse, ratón de campo, ratón, chikúri),  Romerolagus diazi (teporingo, conejo teporingo, volcano rabbit, conejo de los volcanes, zacatuche),  Chaetodipus penicillatus (ratón de abazones desértico, desert pocket mouse, ratón de campo),  Didelphis marsupialis (tlacuache sureño, Southern opossum, tlacuache común, tlacuache, zarigüeya, common opossum),  Felis pardalis (ocelote),  Neotoma albigula (rata cambalachera garganta blanca, white-throated woodrat, rata magueyera, calquimichin),  Sciurus aberti (ardilla, ardilla de Albert, Abert's squirrel, chimirí siyóname),  Reithrodontomys zacatecae (ratón cosechero de Sierra Madre, Zacatecas harvest mouse, ratón de campo, sotóchi),  Lynx ruffus (gato montés, lince, lince americano),  Rhogeessa aeneus (murciélago amarillo yucateco, Yucatan yellow bat, murciélago),  Peromyscus beatae (ratón de Orizaba, Orizaba mouse, ratón de campo),  Reithrodontomys hirsutus (ratón cosechero peludo, hairy harvest mouse, ratón de campo),  Myotis velifer (miotis mexicano, cave myotis, murciélago),  Panthera onca (jaguar, tigre, bolon, barum, balúm, balam),  Thomomys umbrinus (tuza mexicana, Southern pocket gophers, tuza, ripósi),  Peromyscus simulus (ratón nayarita, Nayarit mouse, ratón de campo),  Plecotus mexicanus (murciélago, murciélago mula mexicano, murciélago orejón),  Myotis californicus (miotis californiano, California myotis, murciélago),  Mimon cozumelae (murciélago lanza de Cozumel, Cozumel spear-nose bat, murciélago),  Nyctinomops femorosaccus (murciélago cola suelta de bolsa, pocketed free-tailed bat, murciélago),  Lontra canadensis (nutria, North American river otter, nutra de río norteamericana),  Chaetodipus nelsoni (ratón de abazones de Nelson, Nelson's pocket mouse, ratón de campo, Nelson pocket mouse),  Microtus mexicanus (meteoro mexicano, Mexican vole, meteoro, meteorito, ratón de alfalfar),  Nelsonia neotomodon (rata cambalachera diminuta, diminutive woodrat, rata),  Peromyscus dickeyi (ratón de tortuga, Dickey's deermouse),  Puma concolor (puma, león de montaña, mawiyá, mawiyaka, miz-tli, cougar),  Rhogeessa tumida (murciélago amarillo ala negra, black winged yellow bat, murciélago),  Spermophilus perotensis (ardilla, ardilla terrestre del Perote, ardillón de Perote, moto),  Habromys lophurus (ratón trepador cola crestada, crested-tail mouse, ratón de campo),  Perognathus flavus (ratón de abazones sedoso, silky pocket mouse, ratón canguro),  Tamias bulleri,  Nasua nelsoni,  Potos flavus (kinkajou, mico de noche, martucha, marta),  Chaetodipus rudinoris (ratón de abazones de Baja California, Baja California pocket mouse),  Peromyscus melanocarpus (ratón manos negras, Zempoaltepec deer mouse, ratón de campo),  Glossophaga commissarisi (murciélago lengüetón de Comissaris, Commissaris's long-tongued bat, murciélago),  Lasiurus borealis (murciélago cola peluda rojizo, red bat, murciélago),  Procyon lotor (mapache común, common raccoon, mapache, mapachtli, raccoon, batúi, batú, me'el, a'ka'bak, osito lavador),  Sturnira ludovici,  Peropteryx macrotis (murciélago perro menor, lesser doglike bat, murciélago),  Peromyscus hooperi (ratón de Coahuila, Coahuila deermouse, ratón de campo),  Peromyscus stephani (ratón de San Esteban, San Esteban island mouse),  Dermanura phaeotis (murciélago frutero pigmeo, pygmy fruit-eating bat, murciélago),  Peromyscus californicus (ratón californiano, California mouse, ratón de campo),  Neotoma phenax (rata cambalachera sonorense, Sonora woodrat, rata de campo),  Oligoryzomys fulvescens (rata arrocera pigmea, pygmy rice rat, ratón de campo),  Chaetodipus eremicus (ratón de abazones, Chihuahuan pocket mouse, ratón de abazones chihuahuense),  Pteronotus parnellii (murciélago bigotudo de Parnell, Parnell's mustached bat, murciélago bigotón),  Puma yagouaroundi (jaguarundi, yaguarundi),  Pipistrellus hesperus,  Marmosa canescens (ratón tlacuache, tlacuache ratón gris, tlacuachín),  Natalus stramineus,  Idionycteris phyllotis (murciélago mula de Allen, Allen's big-ear bat, murciélago),  Cryptotis peregrina (musaraña, Oaxacan broad-clawed shrew),  Tylomys tumbalensis (rata trepadora de Tumbalá, Tumbala climbing rat, rata arborícola),  Cryptotis mayensis (musaraña orejillas parda, musaraña, Yucatan small-eared shrew),  Diclidurus albus (murciélago blanco norteño, Northern ghost bat, murciélago blanco),  Liomys irroratus (ratón de abazones, ratón espinoso, ratón espinoso mexicano),  Onychomys torridus (ratón saltamontes sureño, Southern grasshopper mouse, ratón de campo),  Cynomys mexicanus (perro llanero mexicano, perrito de las praderas, Mexican prairie dog, tuza, perro llanero),  Baiomys taylori (ratón pigmeo norteño, Northern pygmy mouse, ratón de campo, ratón pigmeo),  Myotis albescens (miotis escarchado, silver-tipped myotis, murciélago),  Carollia perspicillata (murciélago cola corta de Sebas, Sebas short-tail bat, murciélago),  Notiosorex evotis (musaraña, large-eared gray shrew),  Tadarida macrotis (murciélago, murciélago cola suelta, murciélago cola suelta mayor),  Herpailurus yagouaroundi (jaguarundi, yaguarundi, otter cat),  Tadarida aurispinosa (murciélago, murciélago cola suelta espinoso),  Cynomys ludovicianus (perro llanero cola negra, perrito de las praderas, black-tailed prairie dog, ardilla terrestre, perro llanero, perrito de las praderas de cola negra, perro llanero norteño),  Zalophus californianus (lobo marino californiano, California sealion, lobo marino de California),  Micronycteris schmidtorum (murciélago orejón centroamericano, Schmidt's large-eared bat, murciélago),  Liomys annectens,  Myotis ciliolabrum,  Myotis yumanensis (miotis de yuma, yumas myotis, murciélago),  Cratogeomys merriami (tuza de Merriam, Merriam's pocket gophers, tuza),  Pappogeomys castanops (tuza, tuza cara amarilla),  Myotis occultus (murciélago, Arizona myotis),  Myotis elegans (miotis elegante, elegant myotis, murciélago),  Tamiasciurus hudsonicus,  Peromyscus mexicanus (ratón mexicano, Mexican deermouse, ratón de campo),  Tapirus bairdii (anteburro, danta, tapir, tapir centroamericano),  Myotis leibii,  Ototylomys phyllotis (rata trepadora orejas grandes, big ear climbing rat, rata arborícola),  Lasiurus xanthinus (murciélago cola peluda de La Laguna, La Laguna yellow bat, murciélago, sopichí),  Balantiopteryx plicata (murciélago sacóptero azulejo, Petersen's bat, murciélago),  Myotis keaysi (miotis pata peluda, hairy-legged myotis, murciélago),  Sorex oreopolus (musaraña coluda mexicana, Mexican long-tailed shrew, musaraña),  Chaetodipus goldmani (ratón de abazones de Goldman, Goldman's pocket mouse, ratón de campo),  Tadarida femorosacca (murciélago, murciélago cola suelta de bolsa),  Dermanura watsoni (murciélago de hoja nasal, murciélago frutero de Thomas, Thomas fruit-eating bat, murciélago),  Mus musculus,  Dicotyles tajacu (collard peccary, jabalina, jabalí de collar, pecarí de collar),  Peromyscus melanurus (ratón de Jalatengo, Jalatengo mouse, ratón de campo),  Vulpes macrotis (zorra norteña, kit fox, zorra del desierto),  Peromyscus megalops (ratón café, brown deermouse, ratón de campo),  Eutamias dorsalis (chichimoco, chimoco),  Reithrodontomys sumichrasti (ratón cosechero de Sumichrast, Sumichrast's harvest mouse, ratón de campo),  Pecari tajacu (jabalina, jabalí de collar, pecarí de collar),  Micronycteris sylvestris (murciélago),  Dipodomys agilis,  Myotis thysanodes (miotis bordado, fringed myotis, murciélago),  Sciurus aureogaster (ardilla, ardilla gris, ardilla de vientre rojo, red-bellied squirrel, ardilla arborícola, okotekilin, techalotl),  Sorex veraepacis (musaraña de Verapaz, Verapaz shrew, musaraña),  Euderma maculatum (murciélago pinto, spotted bat, murciélago),  Pappogeomys merriami (tuza, tuza de Merriam),  Tonatia bidens,  Alouatta pigra (mono aullador, mono aullador negro, saraguato, saraguato negro, saraguato yucateco),  Reithrodontomys microdon (ratón cosechero dientes pequeños, small-tooth harvest mouse, ratón de campo),  Mustela frenata (comadreja cola larga, long-tailed weasel, comadreja, onzita, quahutenzo),  Oryzomys mexicanus,  Lichonycteris obscura (murciélago nectario oscuro, dark long-nose bat, murciélago),  Glossophaga mexicana,  Bassariscus astutus (cacomixtle norteño, ringtail, tejón, cacomixtle, rikamúchi),  Sylvilagus floridanus (conejo, conejo serrano, eastern cottontail, rowi, tochtli),  Myotis findleyi (miotis de Tres Marías, Tres Marias myotis),  Spermophilus variegatus (ardilla de pedregal, ardilla terrestre, ardillón, ardillón de roca, techalote),  Sylvilagus cunicularius (conejo, conejo mexicano, Mexican cottontail),  Liomys pictus (ratón espinoso, ratón espinoso pintado),  Peromyscus zarhynchus (ratón chiapaneco, Chiapas deermouse, ratón de campo),  Peromyscus yucatanicus (ratón yucateco, Yucatan deer mouse, ratón de campo),  Tamandua mexicana (oso brazo fuerte, tamandúa norteño, oso hormiguero, Northern tamandua, brazo fuerte, tamandúa, chupa miel, hormiguero arborícola, oso colmenero),  Liomys guerrerensis,  Dipodomys deserti (rata canguro desértica, desert kangaroo rat, rata canguro),  Notiosorex crawfordi (musaraña desértica norteña, Crawford's desert shrew, musaraña, Crawford's gray shrew),  Nasua narica (coatí norteño, white-nosed coati, tejón, coatí, pesojtli, gato solo, churé, pizote, t' soy),  Lonchorhina aurita (murciélago espada de Tomas, Tomas long-eared bat, murciélago),  Rhogeessa gracilis (murciélago amarillo orejas largas, slender yellow bat, murciélago, big-eared yellow bat),  Thomomys bottae (tuza de Botta, Botta's pocket gopher, tuza),  Sorex saussurei (musaraña de Saussure, Saussure's shrew, musaraña),  Philander opossum (tlacuache cuatrojos gris, gray four-eyed opossum, tlacuache cuatro ojos),  Taxidea taxus (tlalcoyote, American badger, tejón, North American badger),  Sorex emarginatus (musaraña coluda de Jalisco, Jaliscan long-tailed shrew, musaraña),  Glaucomys sabrinus,  Pipistrellus subflavus (murciélago, pipistrelo del este americano),  Sigmodon mascotensis (rata algodonera jalisciense, Jaliscan cotton rat, rata cañera, rata algodonera),  Enchisthenes hartii (murciélago frutero menor, little fruit-eating bat, murciélago),  Peromyscus winkelmanni (ratón de Dos Aguas, forest mouse, ratón de campo),  Didelphis virginiana (tlacuache norteño, Virginia opossum, tlacuache común, tlacuache, tlacuache cola pelada, tlakuatzin)
Infraspecificname  Chaetodipus nelsoni subsp. nelsoni,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. macrosensis (ratón de abazones de Espíritu Santo),  Neotoma lepida subsp. marcosensis (rata cambalachera desértica),  Neotomodon alstoni subsp. alstoni (rata de campo, ratón de volcán),  Philander opossum subsp. pallidus (tlacuache cuatro ojos),  Oryzomys palustris subsp. couesi,  Leptonycteris curasoae subsp. yerbabuenae (murciélago, murciélago hocicudo menor),  Peromyscus gratus subsp. gentilis (chicuri),  Tadarida brasiliensis subsp. mexicana (sopichí),  Microtus mexicanus subsp. mexicanus,  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. toltecus,  Glossophaga soricina subsp. handleyi (sopichí),  Myotis velifer subsp. velifer,  Reithrodontomys sumichrasti subsp. nerterus,  Eptesicus fuscus subsp. miradorensis (sopichí),  Mormoops megalophylla subsp. megalophylla,  Liomys irroratus subsp. alleni,  Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. labecula,  Peromyscus melanophrys subsp. consobrinus,  Liomys pictus subsp. plantinarensis,  Peromyscus mexicanus subsp. mexicanus,  Liomys pictus subsp. pictus,  Peromyscus levipes subsp. levipes,  Artibeus jamaicensis subsp. triomylus (murciélago),  Baiomys taylori subsp. analogus,  Peromyscus leucopus subsp. mesomelas,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. atronasus,  Peromyscus aztecus subsp. aztecus,  Artibeus intermedius subsp. intermedius (murciélago, murciélago frutero, murciélago frutero gigante),  Dipodomys merriami subsp. ambiguus,  Lasiurus borealis subsp. teliotis,  Neotoma mexicana subsp. tenuicauda,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. seorsus (ratón de abazones de Baja California),  Peromyscus difficilis subsp. difficilis (chicuri),  Peromyscus boylii subsp. rowleyi (chicuri),  Desmodus rotundus subsp. murinus (sopichí),  Sylvilagus audubonii subsp. parvulus,  Sciurus deppei subsp. negligens,  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. griseoflavus,  Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. fulvus,  Centurio senex subsp. senex,  Phyllostomus discolor subsp. verrucosus,  Peromyscus difficilis subsp. amplus,  Peromyscus megalops subsp. megalops,  Peromyscus eremicus subsp. phaeurus,  Artibeus jamaicensis subsp. yucatanicus (murciélago),  Vespertilio fuscus subsp. miradorensis,  Sturnira ludovici subsp. ludovici (chinaco),  Oryzomys couesi subsp. peragrus,  Onychomys arenicola subsp. canus,  Cratogeomys gymnurus subsp. gymnurus (tuza, tuza humeada, tuza llanera),  Molossus ater subsp. nigricans,  Sigmodon hispidus subsp. berlandieri,  Sturnira lilium subsp. parvidens,  Artibeus jamaicensis subsp. paulus (murciélago),  Peromyscus truei subsp. gratus,  Oryzomys fulvescens subsp. lenis,  Dermanura tolteca subsp. hespera (chinaco),  Pteronotus personatus subsp. psilotis,  Peromyscus difficilis subsp. saxicola,  Peromyscus aztecus subsp. hylocetes (ratón),  Sciurus aureogaster subsp. nigrescens,  Myotis volans subsp. amotus,  Odocoileus virginianus subsp. yucatanensis,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. tolucae (tuza, tuza mexicana),  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. orizabae,  Micronycteris megalotis subsp. mexicana,  Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. blandus (chicuri),  Dermanura phaeotis subsp. phaeotis,  Peromyscus difficilis subsp. felipensis,  Peromyscus melanophrys subsp. melanophrys,  Baiomys musculus subsp. pallidus,  Oryzomys palustris subsp. mexicanus,  Peromyscus gratus subsp. gratus,  Cryptotis parva subsp. berlandieri,  Macrotus waterhousii subsp. mexicanus,  Reithrodontomys megalotis subsp. saturatus,  Anoura geoffroyi subsp. lasiopyga (chinaco),  Oryzomys couesi subsp. mexicanus,  Lasiurus blossevillii subsp. teliotis,  Pteronotus davyi subsp. fulvus,  Liomys irroratus subsp. torridus,  Glossophaga morenoi subsp. mexicana,  Liomys irroratus subsp. texensis,  Artibeus lituratus subsp. palmarum (murciélago),  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. mustelinus,  Chaetodipus penicillatus subsp. eremicus (ratón de abazones, ratón de abazones chihuahuense),  Chaetodipus penicillatus subsp. atrodorsalis,  Reithrodontomys sumichrasti subsp. sumichrasti,  Antrozous pallidus subsp. pallidus (sopichí),  Balantiopteryx plicata subsp. plicata,  Spermophilus mexicanus subsp. parvidens,  Pteronotus parnellii subsp. mesoamericanus,  Peromyscus melanophrys subsp. coahuilensis,  Trachops cirrhosus subsp. coffini,  Dipodomys ordii subsp. palmeri,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. crassidens,  Dipodomys phillipsii subsp. ornatus (rata canguro de Phillip),  Dermanura phaeotis subsp. nana,  Pteronotus parnellii subsp. mexicanus (murciélago bigotudo de Parnell, Parnell's mustached bat, murciélago, sopichí, bat),  Cratogeomys merriami subsp. merriami (tuza, tuza de Merriam),  Heteromys pictus subsp. pictus,  Didelphis virginiana subsp. californica (isú),  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. pullus,  Peropteryx macrotis subsp. macrotis,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. occultus (ratón de abazones de Baja California),  Peromyscus guatemalensis subsp. guatemalensis,  Peromyscus pectoralis subsp. pectoralis,  Spermophilus variegatus subsp. rupestris,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. latijugularis (ratón de abazones de Baja California),  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. orizabae (tuza, tuza mexicana),  Otospermophilus variegatus subsp. variegatus,  Eumops underwoodi subsp. underwoodi,  Peromyscus melanophrys subsp. zamorae,  Liomys irroratus subsp. jaliscensis,  Peromyscus leucopus subsp. incensus,  Sigmodon hispidus subsp. saturatus (rata algodonera),  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. holzneri (rowi),  Spermophilus spilosoma subsp. cabrerai,  Natalus stramineus subsp. saturatus,  Myotis yumanensis subsp. lutosus,  Glossophaga mexicana subsp. brevirostris,  Uroderma bilobatum subsp. davisi,  Cratogeomys tylorhinus subsp. tylorhinus (tuza, tuza de Querétaro, tuza nariz pelona),  Sturnira ludovici subsp. occidentalis,  Potos flavus subsp. prehensilis (mico de noche),  Myotis nigricans subsp. nigricans,  Reithrodontomys chrysopsis subsp. chrysopsis,  Chaetodipus baileyi subsp. hueyi,  Dermanura azteca subsp. azteca,  Sciurus aureogaster subsp. aureogaster,  Baiomys musculus subsp. musculus,  Noctilio leporinus subsp. mastivus,  Peromyscus leucopus subsp. texanus,  Sorex saussurei subsp. saussurei,  Dasypus novemcinctus subsp. mexicanus,  Peromyscus boylii subsp. beatae (ratón de Orizaba, ratón de campo),  Pipistrellus hesperus subsp. hesperus,  Thyroptera tricolor subsp. albiventer (murciélago discóforo pecho blanco),  Neotoma lepida subsp. abbreviata (rata de campo de Cedros, rata magueyera),  Sciurus oculatus subsp. tolucae,  Peromyscus megalops subsp. auritus,  Baiomys taylori subsp. allex,  Myotis thysanodes subsp. aztecus,  Artibeus jamaicensis subsp. richardsoni (murciélago),  Peromyscus mexicanus subsp. saxatilis,  Carollia perspicillata subsp. azteca (murciélago),  Oryzomys palustris subsp. albiventer,  Chaetodipus nelsoni subsp. canescens,  Spermophilus mexicanus subsp. mexicanus (ardilla terrestre, ardillón mexicano, hurón, motocle),  Microtus mexicanus subsp. salvus,  Sciurus oculatus subsp. shawi,  Sigmodon hispidus subsp. microdon (rata algodonera),  Peromyscus eremicus subsp. eremicus (chicuri),  Peromyscus yucatanicus subsp. yucatanicus,  Dermanura tolteca subsp. tolteca,  Myotis keaysi subsp. pilosatibialis,  Tlacuatzin canescens subsp. canescens,  Sigmodon leucotis subsp. leucotis,  Peromyscus mexicanus subsp. teapensis,  Notocitellus adocetus subsp. infernatus,  Baiomys musculus subsp. nigrescens,  Chaetodipus hispidus subsp. zacatecae,  Osgoodomys banderanus subsp. banderanus,  Saccopteryx bilineata subsp. centralis (murciélago, murciélago rayado mayor),  Corynorhinus townsendii subsp. australis (sopichí),  Perognathus flavus subsp. medius,  Baiomys taylori subsp. fuliginatus,  Spermophilus variegatus subsp. variegatus,  Neotoma albigula subsp. subsolana,  Ateles geoffroyi subsp. vellerosus,  Peromyscus eremicus subsp. fraterculus (ratón),  Peromyscus boylii subsp. levipes (ratón de La Malinche, ratón de campo),  Didelphis virginiana subsp. yucatanensis,  Odocoileus virginianus subsp. miquihuanensis,  Neotoma albigula subsp. leucodon (rata magueyera),  Myotis volans subsp. interior (sopichí),  Peropteryx kappleri subsp. kappleri,  Cratogeomys tylorhinus subsp. planiceps,  Lasiurus cinereus subsp. cinereus (sopichí),  Lasiurus intermedius subsp. intermedius,  Ammospermophilus leucurus subsp. extimus,  Glossophaga morenoi subsp. morenoi,  Mephitis macroura subsp. macroura,  Neotoma mexicana subsp. torquata,  Sciurus aureogaster subsp. socialis (ardilla, ardilla arborícola, ardilla de vientre rojo, ardilla gris),  Cratogeomys fumosus subsp. tylorhinus (tuza de Querétaro, tuza nariz pelona, Queretaro pocket gophers, naked nosed pocket gophers, tuza, tozan),  Sigmodon mascotensis subsp. mascotensis (rata algodonera, rata algodonera jalisciense, rata cañera),  Peromyscus pectoralis subsp. collinus,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. arenivagus,  Oligoryzomys fulvescens subsp. lenis,  Baiomys musculus subsp. brunneus,  Myotis ciliolabrum subsp. melanorhinus,  Procyon lotor subsp. shufeldti (mapache, patuí),  Neotoma mexicana subsp. navus,  Reithrodontomys megalotis subsp. megalotis (sotóchi),  Glossophaga soricina subsp. leachii,  Lonchorhina aurita subsp. aurita (murciélago espada de Tomas),  Cratogeomys gymnurus subsp. tellus (tuza, tuza humeada, tuza llanera),  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. tropicalis,  Perognathus flavus subsp. mexicanus,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. zacatecae,  Heteromys desmarestianus subsp. desmarestianus,  Dermanura azteca subsp. minor,  Peromyscus perfulvus subsp. perfulvus,  Hodomys alleni subsp. elatturus,  Myotis californicus subsp. mexicanus,  Reithrodontomys sumichrasti subsp. luteolus,  Nasua narica subsp. molaris (churé),  Conepatus mesoleucus subsp. mesoleucus (zorrillo, zorrillo narigón occidental),  Oryzomys palustris subsp. regillus,  Perognathus baileyi subsp. insularis (ratón de abazones sonorense),  Osgoodomys banderanus subsp. vicinior,  Neotoma micropus subsp. micropus,  Oryzomys couesi subsp. couesi,  Myotis thysanodes subsp. thysanodes (sopichí),  Cryptotis parva subsp. pueblensis,  Rhogeessa parvula subsp. major,  Mazama americana subsp. pandora (temazate, temazate yucateco, venado temazate café),  Oligoryzomys fulvescens subsp. fulvescens,  Myotis californica subsp. mexicana,  Bassariscus astutus subsp. astutus,  Sigmodon alleni subsp. alleni (rata algodonera de Allen, rata cañera),  Dipodomys phillipsii subsp. perotensis (rata canguro de Phillip),  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. difficilis,  Cryptotis parva subsp. soricina (musaraña orejillas mínima),  Nasua narica subsp. yucatanica,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. sheldoni,  Chaetodipus baileyi subsp. extimus,  Baiomys taylori subsp. paulus (sotóchi),  Glossophaga commissarisi subsp. commissarisi,  Chiroderma salvini subsp. scopaeum,  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. fraterculus,  Canis latrans subsp. mearnsi (basachí láname),  Parastrellus hesperus subsp. maximus,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. prietae,  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. orinomus,  Sigmodon hispidus subsp. toltecus (rata algodonera),  Spermophilus adocetus subsp. adocetus,  Eptesicus furinalis subsp. gaumeri,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. platycephalus,  Cratogeomys tylorhinus subsp. angustirostris (tuza, tuza de Lagos de Moreno),  Peromyscus gratus subsp. zapotecae,  Oryzomys chapmani subsp. dilutior,  Onychomys torridus subsp. torridus,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. mayensis,  Lepus californicus subsp. asellus,  Microtus mexicanus subsp. phaeus,  Dermanura phaeotis subsp. palatina,  Peromyscus yucatanicus subsp. badius,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. spinatus,  Oryzomys palustris subsp. aztecus,  Chiroderma villosum subsp. jesupi,  Cratogeomys castanops subsp. rubellus (tuza, tuza de Goldman),  Sylvilagus cunicularius subsp. cunicularius,  Lepus californicus subsp. xanti (liebre cola negra),  Ototylomys phyllotis subsp. connectens,  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. helvolus,  Microtus mexicanus subsp. ocotensis,  Myotis yumanensis subsp. yumanensis (sopichí),  Peromyscus truei subsp. gentilis (chicuri),  Orthogeomys grandis subsp. alleni,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. potosinus,  Chaetodipus penicillatus subsp. pricei,  Notiosorex crawfordi subsp. crawfordi (musaraña, musaraña desértica norteña),  Peromyscus melanophrys subsp. micropus,  Stenella attenuata subsp. graffmani,  Peromyscus mexicanus subsp. angelensis,  Promops centralis subsp. centralis,  Reithrodontomys gracilis subsp. gracilis,  Peromyscus difficilis subsp. petricola,  Tamandua mexicana subsp. mexicana (oso brazo fuerte, tamandúa norteño, oso hormiguero, brazo fuerte),  Lepus californicus subsp. texianus (ruyé),  Cratogeomys merriami subsp. fulvescens,  Neotoma mexicana subsp. mexicana (rorí),  Oligoryzomys fulvescens subsp. mayensis,  Oryzomys melanotis subsp. megadon,  Oryzomys couesi subsp. albiventer,  Oryzomys couesi subsp. zygomaticus,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. atrodorsalis,  Peromyscus eva subsp. eva,  Neotoma lepida subsp. ravida (rata de campo de Cedros, rata magueyera),  Nycteris cinerea subsp. cinerea,  Neotoma albigula subsp. albigula (rorí),  Peromyscus aztecus subsp. oaxacensis,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. peninsulae,  Neotoma albigula subsp. seri (rata cambalachera garganta blanca),  Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. gambelii,  Orthogeomys grandis subsp. huixtlae,  Dermonotus davyi subsp. fulvus,  Peromyscus leucopus subsp. castaneus,  Tamias (Neotamias) amoenus subsp. amoenus,  Cratogeomys gymnurus subsp. imparilis,  Oryzomys melanotis subsp. colimensis,  Spilogale gracilis subsp. leucoparia,  Hylonycteris underwoodi subsp. minor,  Myotis lucifuga subsp. occulta (murciélago),  Neotoma lepida subsp. perpallida (rata de campo de Cedros, rata magueyera),  Didelphis marsupialis subsp. caucae,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. peregrinus (tuza, tuza mexicana),  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. newmani,  Bassariscus astutus subsp. consitus,  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. nigrirostris,  Artibeus turpis subsp. nanus,  Dipodomys ordii subsp. durranti,  Canis latrans subsp. impavidus (basachí láname),  Sciurus nayaritensis subsp. nayaritensis,  Myotis auriculus subsp. apache,  Bassariscus astutus subsp. flavus (rikamúchi),  Oryzomys rostratus subsp. rostratus (rata arrocera de Veracruz, Veracruz rice rat),  Reithrodontomys microdon subsp. wagneri (ratón cosechero dientes pequeños),  Coendou mexicanus subsp. mexicanus (puerco espín),  Liomys irroratus subsp. irroratus,  Peromyscus melanophrys subsp. xenurus,  Sigmodon fulviventer subsp. fulviventer (rata algodonera vientre leonado, rata cañera),  Spilogale putorius subsp. angustifrons,  Xerospermophilus tereticaudus subsp. neglectus,  Perognathus spinatus subsp. guardiae (ratón de abazones de Baja California),  Canis latrans subsp. cagottis,  Neotoma albigula subsp. durangae,  Lepus californicus subsp. festinus,  Pecari tajacu subsp. nelsoni (pecarí de collar),  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. nelsoni,  Eumops perotis subsp. californicus,  Canis latrans subsp. jamesi,  Baiomys taylori subsp. canutus,  Peromyscus pectoralis subsp. laceianus,  Reithrodontomys chrysopsis subsp. perotensis,  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. chiapensis,  Chaetodipus spinatus subsp. bryanti (ratón de abazones de Baja California),  Neotoma lepida subsp. insularis (rata cambalachera desértica),  Peromyscus eremicus subsp. tiburonensis (ratón de cactus),  Oryzomys couesi subsp. aztecus,  Orthogeomys hispidus subsp. hispidus,  Procyon lotor subsp. hernandezii (mapache, patuí, Sonora raccoon),  Peromyscus leucopus subsp. arizonae (chicuri),  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. connectens,  Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. sonoriensis,  Sylvilagus cunicularius subsp. pacificus,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. martinensis (tuza, tuza mexicana),  Cratogeomys tylorhinus subsp. atratus (tuza, tuza humeada, tuza llanera),  Chiroderma salvini subsp. salvini,  Nasua narica subsp. narica,  Orthogeomys hispidus subsp. tehuantepecus,  Oryzomys chapmani subsp. huastecae,  Marmosa mexicana subsp. mexicana (tlacuache ratón),  Molossus sinaloae subsp. sinaloae,  Lepus callotis subsp. callotis,  Reithrodontomys mexicanus subsp. mexicanus,  Zalophus californianus subsp. californianus,  Vampyrodes caraccioli subsp. major,  Sylvilagus brasiliensis subsp. truei,  Sorex saussurei subsp. veraecrucis (musaraña de Saussure),  Ototylomys phyllotis subsp. phyllotis,  Glossophaga soricina subsp. mutica,  Plecotus townsendii subsp. australis,  Cratogeomys merriami subsp. irolonis,  Cryptotis goldmani subsp. alticola (musaraña),  Cratogeomys merriami subsp. saccharalis (tuza, tuza de Merriam),  Peromyscus boylii subsp. ambiguus,  Mustela frenata subsp. frenata,  Perognathus baileyi subsp. hueyi (ratón de abazones de Baja California),  Perognathus penicillatus subsp. seri (ratón de abazones desértico),  Panthera onca subsp. centralis,  Perognathus merriami subsp. merriami,  Glaucomys volans subsp. herreranus,  Spilogale gracilis subsp. martirensis,  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. yucatanicus,  Oligoryzomys fulvescens subsp. engraciae,  Conepatus mesoleucus subsp. mearnsi (zorrillo, zorrillo narigón occidental),  Marmosa canescens subsp. sinaloae (ratón tlacuache, tlacuache ratón gris, tlacuachín),  Peromyscus maniculatus subsp. margaritae (ratón norteamericano),  Conepatus mesoleucus subsp. nelsoni (zorrillo, zorrillo narigón occidental),  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. tenuis,  Chaetodipus arenarius subsp. ambiguus,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. enixus,  Neotoma mexicana subsp. griseoventer,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. juntae,  Perognathus spinatus subsp. spinatus,  Myotis fortidens subsp. fortidens,  Nycteris ega subsp. xanthina (murciélago, murciélago cola peluda de La Laguna),  Peromyscus aztecus subsp. evides,  Glaucomys volans subsp. goldmani,  Myotis leibii subsp. melanorhinus,  Neotoma lepida subsp. pretiosa,  Reithrodontomys gracilis subsp. pacificus,  Chaetodipus arenarius subsp. albulus (ratón de abazones arenero),  Pappogeomys bulleri subsp. bulleri,  Idionycteris phyllotis subsp. phyllotis,  Chaetodipus penicillatus subsp. angustirostris,  Bassariscus astutus subsp. macdougalli,  Mustela frenata subsp. perda,  Reithrodontomys megalotis subsp. hooperi,  Notocitellus adocetus subsp. adocetus,  Potos flavus subsp. chiriquensis (kinkajou, mico de noche),  Baiomys musculus subsp. infernatis,  Liomys salvini subsp. crispus,  Orthogeomys hispidus subsp. yucatanensis,  Neotoma lepida subsp. gilva,  Dipodomys phillipsii subsp. phillipsii (rata canguro de Phillip),  Oryzomys chapmani subsp. guerrerensis,  Oryzomys melanotis subsp. melanotis,  Cratogeomys fumosus subsp. fumosus,  Sciurus poliopus subsp. effugius,  Liomys pictus subsp. hispidus,  Oryzomys saturatior subsp. saturatior,  Chaetodipus fallax subsp. fallax,  Mephitis mephitis subsp. estor (pasuchi),  Reithrodontomys sumichrasti subsp. dorsalis,  Sigmodon hispidus subsp. tonalensis (rata algodonera, rata algodonera jalisciense, rata cañera),  Lasiurus ega subsp. panamensis,  Dipodomys spectabilis subsp. cratodon,  Myotis velifer subsp. incautus,  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. canus (sotóchi),  Perognathus nelsoni subsp. nelsoni,  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. chiapensis,  Perognathus fallax subsp. xerotrophicus,  Reithrodontomys megalotis subsp. zacatecae (ratón cosechero de Sierra Madre, ratón de campo),  Eumops glaucinus subsp. glaucinus,  Reithrodontomys fulvescens subsp. intermedius,  Liomys irroratus subsp. guerrerensis,  Sylvilagus audubonii subsp. confinis,  Balantiopteryx plicata subsp. pallida,  Reithrodontomys microdon subsp. albilabris (ratón cosechero dientes pequeños),  Eptesicus fuscus subsp. fuscus,  Diphylla ecaudata subsp. centralis (murciélago vampiro, vampiro, vampiro pata peluda),  Sciurus yucatanensis subsp. yucatanensis,  Neotoma leucodon subsp. latifrons,  Leopardus wiedii subsp. yucatanica (margay, ocelote),  Sylvilagus audubonii subsp. minor (rowi),  Peromyscus californicus subsp. insignis,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. merriami,  Oryzomys alfaroi subsp. guerrerensis,  Pappogeomys tylorhinus subsp. tylorhinus (tuza, tuza de Querétaro, tuza nariz pelona),  Chaetodipus arenarius subsp. paralios,  Peromyscus mexicanus subsp. totontepecus,  Uroderma bilobatum subsp. molaris,  Myotis californicus subsp. californicus,  Eira barbara subsp. senex,  Marmota (Marmota) monax subsp. bunkeri,  Oryzomys chapmani subsp. chapmani (rata arrocera de Chapman, Chapman's rice rat),  Conepatus mesoleucus subsp. venaticus (zorrillo, zorrillo narigón occidental),  Lepus californicus subsp. eremicus,  Sigmodon alleni subsp. planifrons (rata algodonera de Miahuatlán),  Cratogeomys tylorhinus subsp. zodius (tuza, tuza humeada, tuza llanera),  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. chapmani,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. vulcanius (tuza, tuza mexicana),  Peromyscus levipes subsp. ambiguus,  Myotis auriculacea subsp. apache,  Oryzomys rostratus subsp. yucatanensis,  Cyclopes didactylus subsp. mexicanus,  Reithrodontomys mexicanus subsp. riparius,  Microtus mexicanus subsp. fulviventer,  Peromyscus truei subsp. martirensis,  Sciurus niger subsp. rufiventer (ardilla, ardilla arborícola, ardilla zorra, ardilla zorro),  Oryzomys alfaroi subsp. dilutior,  Neotoma mexicana subsp. isthmica,  Ammospermophilus harrisii subsp. harrisii,  Thomomys umbrinus subsp. albigularis (tuza, tuza mexicana),  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. scottii (kióchi),  Myotis evotis subsp. milleri (miotis de San Pedro Mártir, Miller's myotis, murciélago),  Chaetodipus californicus subsp. mesopolius,  Sigmodon mascotensis subsp. inexoratus (rata algodonera, rata algodonera jalisciense, rata cañera),  Scapanus latimanus subsp. anthonyi,  Sciurus deppei subsp. vivax,  Peromyscus eremicus subsp. sinaloensis (chicuri),  Conepatus leuconotus subsp. leuconotus,  Peromyscus guardia subsp. guardia,  Perimyotis subflavus subsp. veraecrucis,  Agouti paca subsp. nelsoni,  Bassariscus astutus subsp. bolei,  Neotoma mexicana subsp. picta,  Nelsonia goldmani subsp. cliftoni,  Microtus mexicanus subsp. subsimus,  Sylvilagus audubonii subsp. arizonae,  Eumops bonariensis subsp. nanus,  Taxidea taxus subsp. berlandieri,  Oryzomys saturatior subsp. hylocetes,  Liomys pictus subsp. annectens,  Oryzomys chapmani subsp. caudatus,  Sciurus colliaei subsp. nuchalis,  Spermophilus variegatus subsp. couchii,  Cratogeomys merriami subsp. estor,  Sylvilagus floridanus subsp. macrocorpus,  Ammospermophilus harrisii subsp. saxicola,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. brunensis,  Lynx rufus subsp. peninsularis,  Procyon lotor subsp. mexicanus (mapache, patuí),  Eptesicus fuscus subsp. peninsulae,  Otospermophilus variegatus subsp. grammurus,  Pteronotus rubiginosa subsp. mexicana (murciélago, murciélago bigotudo de Parnell),  Oryzomys fulvescens subsp. fulvescens,  Cratogeomys merriami subsp. perotensis,  Antilocapra americana subsp. peninsularis,  Dipodomys ordii subsp. pullus,  Onychomys arenicola subsp. surrufus,  Chaetodipus fallax subsp. xerotrophicus,  Oryzomys couesi subsp. aquaticus,  Potos flavus subsp. dugesii (mico de noche),  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. guatemalae,  Neotoma lepida subsp. felipensis (rata de campo de Cedros, rata magueyera),  Pappogeomys gymnurus subsp. tellus (tuza, tuza humeada, tuza llanera),  Spermophilus spilosoma subsp. pallescens,  Orthogeomys hispidus subsp. concavus,  Taxidea taxus subsp. sonoriensis (tejón, tlalcoyote),  Nyctinomops laticaudatus subsp. ferrugineus,  Perognathus longimembris subsp. bombycinus,  Mustela frenata subsp. leucoparia,  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. madrensis (kióchi),  Potos flavus subsp. campechensis (mico de noche),  Spermophilus spilosoma subsp. spilosoma,  Dipodomys merriami subsp. annulus,  Oryzomys couesi subsp. lambi,  Spermophilus annulatus subsp. annulatus,  Liomys irroratus subsp. pullus,  Oryzomys rostratus subsp. megadon,  Neotoma albigula subsp. melanura,  Chaetodipus hispidus subsp. hispidus,  Artibeus jamaicensis subsp. yucatanensis (murciélago),  Perognathus flavus subsp. fuscus,  Nyctomys sumichrasti subsp. colimensis,  Urocyon cinereoargenteus subsp. peninsularis,  Canis latrans subsp. clepticus,  Tamias (Neotamias) minimus subsp. operarius,  Myotis californica subsp. californica,  Reithrodontomys mexicanus subsp. scansor,  Lasiurus ega subsp. xanthinus (murciélago, murciélago cola peluda de La Laguna),  Cryptotis parva subsp. tropicalis (musaraña orejillas mínima),  Odocoileus virginianus subsp. acapulcensis,  Pappogeomys merriami subsp. merriami (tuza, tuza de Merriam),  Onychomys leucogaster subsp. longipes,  Peromyscus eremicus subsp. carmeni (ratón de Baja California Sur),  Oryzomys couesi subsp. regillus,  Leopardus pardalis subsp. pardalis (tigrillo, ocelote),  Dipodomys merriami subsp. mitchelli (rata canguro de Merriam),  Orthogeomys hispidus subsp. chiapensis,  Leopardus wiedii subsp. oaxacensis (margay, ocelote),  Orthogeomys hispidus subsp. isthmicus,  Eutamias dorsalis subsp. nidoenis (chichimoco, chimoco)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1900-04-02 / 2015-11-18

Project Data

El presente proyecto tiene como objetivo completar con los registros que se tienen hasta la fecha, la computarización de los acervos de las tres Colecciones de vertebrados terrestres (mamíferos, herpetozoarios y aves) resguardadas en el Laboratorio de Cordados Terrestres, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas (ENCB), para su incorporación al Sistema de Información de la CONABIO. Se terminará la computarización de las colecciones Mastozoológica y Herpetológica, cuyos acervos se encuentran computarizados e incluidos en el SNIB de la CONABIO en un 93% y un 60% respectivamente, con los registros que contienen hasta la fecha. La colección Ornitológica se computarizará por completo en este proyecto. Además se digitalizarán (se asociará una fotografía digital a los registros) 60,300 ejemplares: 17,000 herpetozoarios, 3300 aves, y 40,000 fotografías de mamíferos (20,000 de las pieles y 20,000 de los cráneos), de los especímenes que incluye la propuesta y que están presentes en las colecciones. Las bases parciales de cada grupo zoológico que se tienen a la fecha, serán migradas a la versión mas actualizada de Biotica y unidas para formar una sola base. La base de datos de cada grupo, ya migrada a Biotica 5.0, se actualizará y completará con los nuevos especímenes y registros que se tienen para cada grupo y que aún faltan por computarizarse. Las tres bases de datos se revisarán y actualizarán, analizando taxonómicamente cada uno de los ejemplares a que corresponde cada registro. Al final se contará con tres bases de datos actualizadas y funcionales, una para cada una de las colecciones, Mamíferos, Herpetozoarios y Aves. El número total de registros en las tres bases de datos será de 66,129, de los cuales 43,640 corresponden a mamíferos, 18,750 a herpetozoarios y 3739 corresponden a las aves. Con la realización de este proyecto se actualizará y mejorará radicalmente la infraestructura actual de las tres colecciones, pues será posible cambiar algunas cajas de colección por cajas más funcionales. Al mismo tiempo se busca la optimización del espacio, aprovechando las actuales instalaciones e implementando una primera sección con uso de compactadores, con lo que será posible aumentar el potencial de crecimiento e integrar a futuro un mayor número de ejemplares, así, se planea un crecimiento en el mismo recinto, al menos por otros 20 años en la colección de herpetozoarios y 15 años en la de mamíferos. En esta Fase 4 de la computarización de las tres colecciones de vertebrados terrestres de la ENCB, se completarán las bases de datos con los ejemplares aún no computarizados a la fecha, se incluirán 14,649 registros no computarizados aún, de herpetozoarios, mamíferos y aves de los estados de Aguascalientes, Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Distrito Federal, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, México, Michoacán, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo León, Oaxaca, Puebla, Querétaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Yucatán y Zacatecas. Estos registros estarán disponibles a través del SNIB, lo que incrementará la posibilidad de realizar estudios y aplicaciones por parte de investigadores nacionales y extranjeros, apoyando decisiones informadas por parte de las autoridades encargadas del manejo de recursos naturales. Otro resultado del presente proyecto consistirá en la actualización de la determinación de todos los ejemplares presentes en cada una de las colecciones, permitiendo los dos resultados mas importantes: 1) el mantenimiento y crecimiento de las colecciones de vertebrados de la ENCB y 2) la formación de tres bases de datos, una por grupo, con el número total de registros de los ejemplares presentes a la fecha en las colecciones mencionadas (las bases de datos parciales se unirán para formar una sola base por grupo zoológico y serán migradas al formato más actual de BIOTICA, serán actualizadas y se les adicionarán los registros de nuevos ejemplares), con la finalidad de contar con bases eficientes y confiables, de manera que sea posible su consulta por cualquier investigador en el mundo.

Title Computarización de las colecciones de vertebrados terrestres de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN Fase 4 (Mamíferos)
Identifier SNIB-KE005-KE0051711F_mamíferos_SIB2019.04.12-ND
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Mamíferos agutíes, capibaras, coipo, pacas, puercoespines ardillas, marmotas, perritos de la pradera armadillos, gliptodontes, osos hormigueros, perezosos, tamanduas ballenas, delfines, marsopas, vaquitas marinas berrendos, bisontes, borregos, cabras, camellos, ciervos, jabalies, pecaries, toros, vacas, venados burros, caballos, rinocerontes, tapires cacomixtles, coaties, mapaches castores, ratones de abazones, ratones canguro, tuzas changos, monos, simios comadrejas, hurones, nutrias, tejones conejos, liebres coyotes, lobos, perros, zorros dientes de sable, gatos, hienas, jaguares, leones, leopardos, linces, ocelotes, pumas, tigrillos falsas focas, leones marinos, lobos marinos, osos marinos mofetas, zorrillos murciélagos musarañas, topos osos, osos de anteojos ratas, ratones tlacuaches, zarigüeyas

The personnel involved in the project:

Juan Carlos López Vidal

Collection Data

Collection Name Colección de Mamíferos;CIB;Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S. C.;CIBNOR
Collection Identifier SNIB-KE005-KE0051711F_mamíferos_SIB2019.04.12-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Mastozoológica;ENCB;Laboratorio de Cordados Terrestres, Departamento de Zoología, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, Instituto Politécnico Nacional;ENCB-IPN
Collection Identifier SNIB-KE005-KE0051711F_mamíferos_SIB2019.04.12-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Nacional de Mamíferos;CNMA;Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;IBUNAM
Collection Identifier SNIB-KE005-KE0051711F_mamíferos_SIB2019.04.12-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Museum of Zoology;CUMZ;Carleton University;CU
Collection Identifier SNIB-KE005-KE0051711F_mamíferos_SIB2019.04.12-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name NO DISPONIBLE
Collection Identifier SNIB-KE005-KE0051711F_mamíferos_SIB2019.04.12-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Specimen preservation methods Mounted,  Alcohol,  Formalin
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 1 Ejemplar

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