Biodiversidad selecta de los humedales de Laguna de Términos - Pantanos de Centla (Crustáceos)

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El presente estudio propone el inventario de grupos taxonómicos selectos para los sistemas de humedales Pantanos de Centla y Laguna de Términos. Los grupos que se plantea estudiar son plantas vasculares (angiospermas y pteridofitas), hongos macroscópicos, crustáceos, peces, y aves. El objetivo es lograr cubrir la mayor riqueza específica de estos grupos en las dos áreas y elaborar una base de datos con esta información. El proyecto tendrá una duración de dos años en los cuales se realizarán salidas a campos para recolectas, revisión de ejemplares de acervos biológicos y para el caso de aves: registros visuales. La estrategia para hacer eficientes los muestreos será la organización del equipo científico en dos grupos: terrestre (plantas vasculares, hongos y aves) y acuático (peces y crustáceos). Los ejemplares obtenidos de las recolectas se procesarán en laboratorio para su preservación, de acuerdo con las características de los organismos. La información disponible de ejemplares resguardados en colecciones científicas o acervos biológicos institucionales será considerada como otra fuente de resultados. Una vez obtenida toda la información taxonómica, de recolecta y curatorial, los datos serán capturados en el sistema Biótica y para el caso de aves en el sistema AverAves. El resultado de esta investigación aportará; a) información valiosa para conocer el estatus de la biodiversidad en la zona de estudio; b) nuevos registros de especies y otras categorías taxonómicas, el incremento al conocimiento de grupos taxonómicos poco estudiados y la posibilidad del descubrimiento de nuevos taxones. De manera indirecta, estos datos también serán útiles para la conservación y manejo de la flora y fauna de esta zona

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 2 Orden: 7 Familia: 42 Género: 60 Subgénero: 3 Especie: 75

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Álvarez-Pliego N., A. J. Sánchez, R. Brito-Pérez, D. Flores-Hernández, H. Reyes, J. Ramos-Miranda, R. Florido y J. L. Villalobos-Hiriart. 2016. Biodiversidad selecta de los humedales de Laguna de Términos-Pantanos de Centla. División Académica de Ciencias Biológicas. Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco. Bases de datos SNIB-CONABIO (crustáceos), proyecto LH002. Ciudad de México

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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (CAMPECHE, TABASCO)

Bounding Coordinates South West [18.09, -92.72], North East [19.027, -91.111]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Arthropoda Clase: Malacostraca, Maxillopoda Orden: Decapoda, Amphipoda, Mysida, Sessilia, Tanaidacea, Arguloida, Isopoda Familia: Palaemonidae, Sesarmidae, Melitidae, Panopeidae, Ocypodidae, Maeridae, Portunidae, Mysidae, Hyalellidae, Thoridae, Gecarcinidae, Porcellanidae, Ampithoidae, Balanidae, Hippolytidae, Atyidae, Trichodactylidae, Caprellidae, Penaeidae, Aoridae, Diogenidae, Parapseudidae, Grapsidae, Alpheidae, Cambaridae, Menippidae, Hyalidae, Leucothoidae, Argulidae, Chthamalidae, Chelonibiidae, Mithracidae, Epialtidae, Cymothoidae, Hornelliidae, Cirolanidae, Hippidae, Aethridae, Ucididae, Gammaridae, Ischyroceridae, Tetraclitidae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Arthropoda
Class  Malacostraca,  Maxillopoda
Order  Decapoda,  Amphipoda,  Mysida,  Sessilia,  Tanaidacea,  Arguloida,  Isopoda
Family  Palaemonidae,  Sesarmidae,  Melitidae,  Panopeidae,  Ocypodidae,  Maeridae,  Portunidae,  Mysidae,  Hyalellidae,  Thoridae,  Gecarcinidae,  Porcellanidae,  Ampithoidae,  Balanidae,  Hippolytidae,  Atyidae,  Trichodactylidae,  Caprellidae,  Penaeidae,  Aoridae,  Diogenidae,  Parapseudidae,  Grapsidae,  Alpheidae,  Cambaridae,  Menippidae,  Hyalidae,  Leucothoidae,  Argulidae,  Chthamalidae,  Chelonibiidae,  Mithracidae,  Epialtidae,  Cymothoidae,  Hornelliidae,  Cirolanidae,  Hippidae,  Aethridae,  Ucididae,  Gammaridae,  Ischyroceridae,  Tetraclitidae
Genus  Macrobrachium,  Aratus,  Dulichiella,  Rhithropanopeus,  Uca,  Elasmopus,  Callinectes,  Taphromysis,  Hyalella,  Quadrimaera,  Thor,  Cardisoma,  Petrolisthes,  Cymadusa,  Amphibalanus,  Hippolyte,  Potimirim,  Panopeus,  Armases,  Palaemonetes,  Avotrichodactylus,  Farfantepenaeus,  Bemlos,  Eurypanopeus,  Clibanarius,  Discapseudes,  Goniopsis,  Alpheus,  Urocaris,  Dyspanopeus,  Litopenaeus,  Palaemon,  Atya,  Procambarus,  Menippe,  Ocypode,  Leucothoe,  Americamysis,  Argulus,  Chthamalus,  Chelonibia,  Pitho,  Portunus,  Libinia,  Cymothoa,  Melita,  Arenaeus,  Hornellia,  Tozeuma,  Hexapanopeus,  Cirolana,  Emerita,  Hepatus,  Pachygrapsus,  Ucides,  Maera,  Gammarus,  Ericthonius,  Tetraclita,  Xiphopenaeus
Subgenus  Minuca,  Leptuca,  Austrocambarus
Species  Macrobrachium acanthurus (camarón manos de carrizo, langostino, camarón cauque, acamaya, camarón de río, camarón de agua dulce, camarón popotillo),  Aratus pisonii (cangrejo de mangle),  Macrobrachium olfersii (langostino, camarón cauque, acamaya, camarón de río, camarón de agua dulce, camarón popotillo),  Dulichiella terminos,  Rhithropanopeus harrisii,  Uca (Minuca) rapax,  Uca (Minuca) vocator,  Callinectes sapidus (jaiba azul, jaiba),  Taphromysis bowmani,  Thor manningi,  Cardisoma guanhumi,  Petrolisthes armatus (cangrejo porcelana),  Cymadusa filosa,  Amphibalanus amphitrite,  Hippolyte zostericola,  Amphibalanus improvisus,  Potimirim mexicana,  Panopeus occidentalis (cangrejo),  Armases cinereum,  Palaemonetes intermedius,  Avotrichodactylus constrictus,  Amphibalanus subalbidus,  Macrobrachium hobbsi (langostino, camarón cauque, acamaya, camarón de río, camarón de agua dulce, camarón popotillo),  Farfantepenaeus duorarum (camaron rosado),  Amphibalanus venustus,  Farfantepenaeus aztecus (camaron café),  Bemlos unicornis,  Eurypanopeus depressus (cangrejo de lodo),  Callinectes similis (jaiba),  Panopeus americanus,  Clibanarius vittatus (cangrejo ermitaño),  Discapseudes mexicanus,  Goniopsis cruentata (cangrejo),  Alpheus heterochaelis (camarón pistola, camarón chasqueador),  Thor dobkini,  Uca (Leptuca) spinicarpus,  Clibanarius sclopetarius (cangrejo ermitaño),  Urocaris longicaudata,  Dyspanopeus texanus (cangrejo de lodo),  Litopenaeus setiferus (camaron blanco),  Hippolyte nicholsoni,  Palaemon vulgaris,  Callinectes rathbunae (jaiba prieta, jaiba),  Atya scabra,  Procambarus (Austrocambarus) llamasi (acocil),  Menippe mercenaria,  Ocypode quadrata,  Macrobrachium carcinus (langostino, camarón cauque, acamaya, camarón de río, camarón de agua dulce, camarón popotillo),  Americamysis bahia,  Uca virens,  Chthamalus fragilis,  Amphibalanus eburneus,  Chelonibia patula,  Palaemon pugio,  Panopeus herbstii,  Pitho quadridentata,  Portunus ordwayi (jaiba),  Libinia dubia (cangrejo maxquil, cangrejo araña),  Cymothoa excisa,  Melita intermedia,  Arenaeus cribrarius (jaiba),  Hornellia habanensis,  Tozeuma carolinense,  Hexapanopeus angustifrons,  Armases ricordi,  Cirolana parva,  Emerita talpoida,  Hepatus epheliticus (cangrejo),  Pachygrapsus gracilis,  Ucides cordatus,  Gammarus mucronatus,  Pachygrapsus transversus (cangrejo saltador),  Tetraclita stalactifera,  Xiphopenaeus kroyeri (camarón, camarón botalón, camarón barbón, camarón 7 barbas),  Panopeus lacustris

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2011-08-18 / 2016-01-12

Project Data

El presente estudio propone el inventario de grupos taxonómicos selectos para los sistemas de humedales Pantanos de Centla y Laguna de Términos. Los grupos que se plantea estudiar son plantas vasculares (angiospermas y pteridofitas), hongos macroscópicos, crustáceos, peces, y aves. El objetivo es lograr cubrir la mayor riqueza específica de estos grupos en las dos áreas y elaborar una base de datos con esta información. El proyecto tendrá una duración de dos años en los cuales se realizarán salidas a campos para recolectas, revisión de ejemplares de acervos biológicos y para el caso de aves: registros visuales. La estrategia para hacer eficientes los muestreos será la organización del equipo científico en dos grupos: terrestre (plantas vasculares, hongos y aves) y acuático (peces y crustáceos). Los ejemplares obtenidos de las recolectas se procesarán en laboratorio para su preservación, de acuerdo con las características de los organismos. La información disponible de ejemplares resguardados en colecciones científicas o acervos biológicos institucionales será considerada como otra fuente de resultados. Una vez obtenida toda la información taxonómica, de recolecta y curatorial, los datos serán capturados en el sistema Biótica y para el caso de aves en el sistema AverAves. El resultado de esta investigación aportará; a) información valiosa para conocer el estatus de la biodiversidad en la zona de estudio; b) nuevos registros de especies y otras categorías taxonómicas, el incremento al conocimiento de grupos taxonómicos poco estudiados y la posibilidad del descubrimiento de nuevos taxones. De manera indirecta, estos datos también serán útiles para la conservación y manejo de la flora y fauna de esta zona

Title Biodiversidad selecta de los humedales de Laguna de Términos - Pantanos de Centla (Crustáceos)
Identifier SNIB-LH002-LH0021705F_crustaceos_SIB2017.07.10-ND
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Invertebrados camarones, cangrejos, cochinillas, langostas, percebes

The personnel involved in the project:

Stefan Louis Arriaga Weiss

Collection Data

Collection Name Colección Nacional de Crustáceos;CNCR;Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;IBUNAM
Collection Identifier SNIB-LH002-LH0021705F_crustaceos_SIB2017.07.10-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Specimen preservation methods Alcohol
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 683 Ejemplar

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