Fortalecimiento de las colecciones de ECOSUR. Primera fase (Aves Chetumal)

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En este proyecto se trabajará con 21 colecciones de ECOSUR las cuales se encuentran distribuidas en tres sedes. En Chetumal se tienen 11 colecciones (Zooplancton, Ictioplancton, Poliquetos, Nemátodos, Corales, Hormigas, Mariposas, Peces, Anfibios y reptiles, Aves y Mamíferos marinos), en San Cristóbal de las Casas 6 (Insectos, Abejas, Peces, Anfibios y reptiles, Mamíferos y un Herbario) y en Tapachula 4 (Insectos, Arañas, Herbario y Hongos). Para un mejor mantenimiento y uso de las colecciones, se hará trabajo curatorial en cada una de ellas y se actualizarán sus bases de datos, las cuales serán administradas por una Unidad de Bioinformática. Todas las especies registradas en las 21 colecciones de ECOSUR que participan en este proyecto, contarán con fotografías de alta calidad para su uso en identificaciones taxonómicas. Para lograr esta meta, se contará con la participación de 16 investigadores y 7 técnicos contratados por ECOSUR, además de 9 capturistas y 14 técnicos externos y una responsable de la Unidad de Bioinformática que se contratarán con recursos de este financiamiento. También se tendrá la participación de 13 taxónomos invitados y se comprará equipo necesario para el trabajo curatorial en estas 21 colecciones. Al término del proyecto se espera tener más de 98 145 registros en bases de datos administradas por la Unidad de Bioinformática, con datos de más de 5,000 especies de más de 1,000 localidades.

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 1 Orden: 25 Familia: 62 Género: 196 Especie: 273 Epitetoinfraespecifico: 2

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Pozo C. y B. Prado. 2017. Fortalecimiento de las colecciones de ECOSUR. Primera fase. El Colegio de la Frontera Sur. Bases de datos SNIB-CONABIO (colección de aves de Chetumal), proyectos ME006, P028 y B114. Ciudad de México

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Keywords

Occurrence; Specimen; Aves

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María del Carmen Pozo de la Tijera
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El Colegio de la Frontera SurUnidad ChetumalDepartamento de Conservación de la BiodiversidadGrupo Interacción, Adaptación y Biodiversidad 77014 Othón Blanco, Chetumal Quintana Roo MX 01 983 835 0440 ext. 4301

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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (CAMPECHE, NO DISPONIBLE, QUINTANA ROO, YUCATAN)

Bounding Coordinates South West [17.899, -91.14], North East [21.599, -86.752]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Aves Orden: Passeriformes, Psittaciformes, Charadriiformes, Pelecaniformes, Apodiformes, Galliformes, Columbiformes, Piciformes, Caprimulgiformes, Nyctibiiformes, Strigiformes, Tinamiformes, Gruiformes, Trogoniformes, Suliformes, Anseriformes, Coraciiformes, Phoenicopteriformes, Accipitriformes, Podicipediformes, Cathartiformes, Falconiformes, Cuculiformes, Ciconiiformes, Procellariiformes Familia: Thraupidae, Fringillidae, Hirundinidae, Tyrannidae, Emberizidae, Corvidae, Psittacidae, Polioptilidae, Laridae, Vireonidae, Furnariidae, Cardinalidae, Parulidae, Ardeidae, Turdidae, Trochilidae, Mimidae, Tityridae, Cracidae, Onychorhynchidae, Passerellidae, Formicariidae, Columbidae, Threskiornithidae, Picidae, Caprimulgidae, Nyctibiidae, Strigidae, Tinamidae, Rallidae, Trogonidae, Phalacrocoracidae, Galbulidae, Anatidae, Scolopacidae, Momotidae, Fregatidae, Phoenicopteridae, Troglodytidae, Icteriidae, Accipitridae, Pipridae, Alcedinidae, Podicipedidae, Charadriidae, Icteridae, Phasianidae, Jacanidae, Cathartidae, Apodidae, Falconidae, Cuculidae, Thamnophilidae, Tytonidae, Ramphastidae, Pelecanidae, Ciconiidae, Bucconidae, Spindalidae, Odontophoridae, Recurvirostridae, Procellariidae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Aves
Order  Passeriformes,  Psittaciformes,  Charadriiformes,  Pelecaniformes,  Apodiformes,  Galliformes,  Columbiformes,  Piciformes,  Caprimulgiformes,  Nyctibiiformes,  Strigiformes,  Tinamiformes,  Gruiformes,  Trogoniformes,  Suliformes,  Anseriformes,  Coraciiformes,  Phoenicopteriformes,  Accipitriformes,  Podicipediformes,  Cathartiformes,  Falconiformes,  Cuculiformes,  Ciconiiformes,  Procellariiformes
Family  Thraupidae,  Fringillidae,  Hirundinidae,  Tyrannidae,  Emberizidae,  Corvidae,  Psittacidae,  Polioptilidae,  Laridae,  Vireonidae,  Furnariidae,  Cardinalidae,  Parulidae,  Ardeidae,  Turdidae,  Trochilidae,  Mimidae,  Tityridae,  Cracidae,  Onychorhynchidae,  Passerellidae,  Formicariidae,  Columbidae,  Threskiornithidae,  Picidae,  Caprimulgidae,  Nyctibiidae,  Strigidae,  Tinamidae,  Rallidae,  Trogonidae,  Phalacrocoracidae,  Galbulidae,  Anatidae,  Scolopacidae,  Momotidae,  Fregatidae,  Phoenicopteridae,  Troglodytidae,  Icteriidae,  Accipitridae,  Pipridae,  Alcedinidae,  Podicipedidae,  Charadriidae,  Icteridae,  Phasianidae,  Jacanidae,  Cathartidae,  Apodidae,  Falconidae,  Cuculidae,  Thamnophilidae,  Tytonidae,  Ramphastidae,  Pelecanidae,  Ciconiidae,  Bucconidae,  Spindalidae,  Odontophoridae,  Recurvirostridae,  Procellariidae
Genus  Eucometis,  Euphonia,  Stelgidopteryx,  Tolmomyias,  Oryzoborus,  Cyanocorax,  Aratinga,  Ramphocaenus,  Thalasseus,  Thraupis,  Vireo,  Sittasomus,  Cardinalis,  Dendroica,  Tigrisoma,  Amazona,  Hylocichla,  Chlorostilbon,  Melanoptila,  Schiffornis,  Amazilia,  Campylopterus,  Oncostoma,  Helmitheros,  Tachycineta,  Pitangus,  Coereba,  Ortalis,  Myiobius,  Arremonops,  Xiphorhynchus,  Casmerodius,  Cyanocompsa,  Habia,  Formicarius,  Hylophilus,  Columbina,  Saltator,  Dendrocolaptes,  Eudocimus,  Campephilus,  Caprimulgus,  Nyctibius,  Seiurus,  Egretta,  Platyrinchus,  Parula,  Ciccaba,  Crypturellus,  Porzana,  Ajaia,  Dendrocincla,  Trogon,  Phalacrocorax,  Polioptila,  Galbula,  Anas,  Wilsonia,  Oporornis,  Calidris,  Melanerpes,  Volatinia,  Tityra,  Momotus,  Fregata,  Phoenicopterus,  Henicorhina,  Columba,  Attila,  Penelope,  Icteria,  Chlidonias,  Leptodon,  Passerina,  Rhynchocyclus,  Pipra,  Myiarchus,  Celeus,  Manacus,  Elaenia,  Setophaga,  Chloroceryle,  Thryothorus,  Podilymbus,  Vermivora,  Butorides,  Lepidocolaptes,  Chordeiles,  Nyctidromus,  Protonotaria,  Dumetella,  Buteo,  Charadrius,  Glaucidium,  Icterus,  Ardea,  Tiaris,  Eumomota,  Mionectes,  Troglodytes,  Mimus,  Mniotilta,  Sporophila,  Larus,  Fulica,  Empidonax,  Meleagris,  Xenops,  Jacana,  Myiozetetes,  Granatellus,  Sarcoramphus,  Geothlypis,  Chaetura,  Micrastur,  Rallus,  Coccyzus,  Turdus,  Crax,  Basileuterus,  Tyrannus,  Phaethornis,  Patagioenas,  Otus,  Cyclarhis,  Ceryle,  Thamnophilus,  Tyto,  Amblycercus,  Piranga,  Pachyramphus,  Piculus,  Hirundo,  Myiopagis,  Dives,  Nyctanassa,  Crotophaga,  Psarocolius,  Zenaida,  Sterna,  Aramides,  Uropsila,  Pteroglossus,  Pluvialis,  Ramphastos,  Leptotila,  Tringa,  Todirostrum,  Actitis,  Pelecanus,  Claravis,  Onychorhynchus,  Catharus,  Nyctiphrynus,  Molothrus,  Gallinula,  Anthracothorax,  Mycteria,  Geotrygon,  Contopus,  Pheucticus,  Cochlearius,  Automolus,  Veniliornis,  Notharchus,  Spindalis,  Piaya,  Legatus,  Synallaxis,  Megascops,  Leptopogon,  Elanus,  Buteogallus,  Agelaius,  Agamia,  Limnothlypis,  Camptostoma,  Quiscalus,  Progne,  Zimmerius,  Picoides,  Archilochus,  Colinus,  Rostrhamus,  Geranospiza,  Aythya,  Herpetotheres,  Himantopus,  Florisuga,  Puffinus,  Dryocopus,  Falco,  Spizaetus,  Limnodromus,  Bubulcus,  Poecilotriccus
Species  Eucometis penicillata (Gray-headed Tanager, tángara cabeza gris),  Euphonia hirundinacea (eufonia garganta amarilla, Yellow-throated Euphonia),  Stelgidopteryx serripennis (golondrina ala aserrada, Northern Rough-winged Swallow, golondrina alas aserradas),  Tolmomyias sulphurescens (mosquero ojo blanco, Yellow-olive Flycatcher, mosquerito ojos blancos),  Oryzoborus funereus (Thick-billed Seed-Finch, semillero pico grueso),  Cyanocorax yncas (chara verde, Green Jay),  Aratinga nana (Olive-throated Parakeet, perico pecho sucio),  Ramphocaenus melanurus (Long-billed Gnatwren, soterillo picudo, saltón picudo),  Thalasseus sandvicensis (charrán de Sandwich, Sandwich Tern),  Thraupis episcopus (Blue-gray Tanager, tángara azulgris),  Vireo bairdi (Cozumel Vireo, vireo de Cozumel, vireo de Isla Cozumel),  Sittasomus griseicapillus (Olivaceous Woodcreeper, trepatroncos oliváceo, trepatroncos cabeza gris),  Cardinalis cardinalis (cardenal rojo, Northern Cardinal),  Dendroica dominica (chipe garganta amarilla),  Tigrisoma mexicanum (garza-tigre mexicana, Bare-throated Tiger-Heron, garza tigre mexicana),  Amazona albifrons (loro frente blanca, White-fronted Parrot),  Hylocichla mustelina (Wood Thrush, zorzal maculado, zorzal moteado),  Chlorostilbon canivetii (Canivet's Emerald, esmeralda tijereta, esmeralda oriental),  Vireo magister (Yucatan Vireo, vireo yucateco),  Vireo pallens (Mangrove Vireo, vireo manglero),  Melanoptila glabrirostris (maullador negro, Black Catbird),  Schiffornis veraepacis (saltarín café, Northern Schiffornis, flautín cabezón mesoamericano),  Amazilia rutila (Cinnamon Hummingbird, colibrí canela, colibrí canelo),  Campylopterus curvipennis (fandanguero cola cuña, Wedge-tailed Sabrewing, fandanguero mexicano),  Oncostoma cinereigulare (Northern Bentbill, mosquero pico curvo, mosquerito pico curvo),  Helmitheros vermivorum (chipe gusanero, Worm-eating Warbler),  Tachycineta albilinea (Mangrove Swallow, golondrina manglera),  Pitangus sulphuratus (Great Kiskadee, Luis bienteveo),  Coereba flaveola (reinita-mielera, Bananaquit, reinita mielera),  Ortalis vetula (chachalaca vetula, Plain Chachalaca, chachalaca oriental),  Myiobius sulphureipygius (mosquero rabadilla amarilla, Sulphur-rumped Flycatcher, mosquerito rabadilla amarilla),  Arremonops chloronotus (Green-backed Sparrow, rascador dorso verde),  Xiphorhynchus flavigaster (Ivory-billed Woodcreeper, trepatroncos bigotudo),  Dendroica magnolia (chipe de magnolias),  Casmerodius albus (garza blanca),  Cyanocompsa parellina (Blue Bunting, colorín azulnegro),  Habia rubica (Red-crowned Ant-Tanager, tángara-hormiguera corona roja, piranga hormiguera corona roja),  Formicarius analis (hormiguero-cholino cara negra, Black-faced Antthrush, hormiguero cholino cara negra),  Hylophilus ochraceiceps (Tawny-crowned Greenlet, verdillo ocre, vireocillo corona canela),  Columbina talpacoti (Ruddy Ground-Dove, tórtola rojiza, tortolita canela),  Saltator coerulescens (Grayish Saltator, picurero grisáceo, saltador gris),  Vireo griseus (White-eyed Vireo, vireo ojo blanco, vireo ojos blancos),  Dendrocolaptes sanctithomae (Northern Barred-Woodcreeper, trepatroncos barrado),  Eudocimus albus (ibis blanco, White Ibis),  Campephilus guatemalensis (carpintero pico plata, Pale-billed Woodpecker, carpintero pico plateado),  Caprimulgus badius (tapacamino huil, tapacaminos yucateco),  Nyctibius jamaicensis (Northern Potoo, pájaro estaca, pájaro estaca norteño),  Seiurus aurocapilla (chipe suelero, Ovenbird),  Egretta rufescens (garceta rojiza, Reddish Egret, garza rojiza),  Platyrinchus cancrominus (mosquero pico chato, Stub-tailed Spadebill, mosquerito pico chato),  Parula americana (parula norteña, chipe pecho manchado),  Ciccaba virgata (búho café, Mottled Owl),  Crypturellus cinnamomeus (Thicket Tinamou, tinamú canelo),  Habia fuscicauda (Red-throated Ant-Tanager, tángara-hormiguera garganta roja, piranga hormiguera garganta roja),  Porzana carolina (Sora, polluela sora),  Ajaia ajaja (espátula rosada),  Egretta thula (garceta pie-dorado, Snowy Egret, garza dedos dorados),  Dendrocincla anabatina (Tawny-winged Woodcreeper, trepatroncos sepia),  Trogon massena (Slaty-tailed Trogon, trogón cola oscura, coa cola oscura),  Phalacrocorax auritus (Double-crested Cormorant, cormorán orejudo, cormorán orejón),  Polioptila caerulea (Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, perlita azulgris),  Galbula ruficauda (jacamar cola rufa, Rufous-tailed Jacamar, jacamar cola canela),  Anas discors (Blue-winged Teal, cerceta ala azul, cerceta alas azules),  Wilsonia citrina (chipe encapuchado),  Oporornis formosus (chipe patilludo),  Calidris minutilla (Least Sandpiper, playero chichicuilote, playero diminuto),  Melanerpes aurifrons (carpintero cheje, Golden-fronted Woodpecker),  Volatinia jacarina (Blue-black Grassquit, semillero brincador),  Tityra semifasciata (Masked Tityra, titira enmascarada, titira puerquito),  Momotus lessonii (Blue-crowned Motmot, momoto corona azul, momoto corona negra),  Hylophilus decurtatus (Lesser Greenlet, verdillo gris, vireocillo cabeza gris),  Fregata magnificens (fragata magnífica, Magnificent Frigatebird, fragata tijereta),  Phoenicopterus ruber (flamenco americano, American Flamingo),  Henicorhina leucosticta (chivirín pecho blanco, White-breasted Wood-Wren, saltapared pecho blanco),  Columba flavirostris (paloma morada),  Attila spadiceus (Atila, Bright-rumped Attila, mosquero atila),  Dendroica petechia (chipe amarillo),  Penelope purpurascens (Crested Guan, pava cojolita),  Vireo flavoviridis (Yellow-green Vireo, vireo verdeamarillo),  Icteria virens (buscabreña, Yellow-breasted Chat, chipe grande),  Chlidonias niger (charrán negro, Black Tern),  Leptodon cayanensis (Gray-headed Kite, gavilán cabeza gris),  Passerina cyanea (colorín azul, Indigo Bunting),  Rhynchocyclus brevirostris (Eye-ringed Flatbill, mosquero de anteojos, mosquerito pico plano),  Pipra mentalis (manaquín cabeza roja, saltarín cabeza roja),  Myiarchus tuberculifer (Dusky-capped Flycatcher, papamoscas triste),  Amazilia candida (colibrí cándido, White-bellied Emerald),  Celeus castaneus (carpintero castaño, Chestnut-colored Woodpecker),  Manacus candei (manaquín cuello blanco, White-collared Manakin, saltarín cuello blanco),  Elaenia flavogaster (elenia vientre amarillo, Yellow-bellied Elaenia, mosquero elenia copetón),  Setophaga ruticilla (chipe flameante, American Redstart, pavito migratorio),  Arremonops rufivirgatus (Olive Sparrow, rascador oliváceo),  Chloroceryle americana (Green Kingfisher, martín-pescador verde, martín pescador verde),  Thryothorus maculipectus (chivirín moteado, saltapared moteado),  Podilymbus podiceps (Pied-billed Grebe, zambullidor pico grueso),  Cyanocorax yucatanicus (chara yucateca, Yucatan Jay),  Seiurus motacilla (chipe arroyero),  Vermivora peregrina (chipe peregrino),  Saltator atriceps (picurero cabeza negra, Black-headed Saltator, saltador cabeza negra),  Butorides virescens (Green Heron, garceta verde, garcita verde),  Lepidocolaptes souleyetii (Streak-headed Woodcreeper, trepatroncos corona rayada),  Chordeiles acutipennis (chotacabras menor, Lesser Nighthawk),  Nyctidromus albicollis (Common Pauraque, chotacabras pauraque),  Protonotaria citrea (chipe dorado, Prothonotary Warbler),  Dumetella carolinensis (Gray Catbird, maullador gris),  Amazilia tzacatl (colibrí cola rojiza, Rufous-tailed Hummingbird, colibrí cola canela),  Buteo plagiatus (aguililla gris, Gray Hawk),  Charadrius semipalmatus (chorlo semipalmeado, Semipalmated Plover),  Glaucidium brasilianum (Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl, tecolote bajeño),  Icterus gularis (bolsero de Altamira, Altamira Oriole, calandria dorso negro mayor),  Vermivora pinus (chipe ala azul, chipe alas azules),  Myiarchus tyrannulus (Brown-crested Flycatcher, papamoscas tirano, papamoscas gritón),  Ardea herodias (Great Blue Heron, garza morena),  Tiaris olivaceus (semillero oliváceo, Yellow-faced Grassquit),  Eumomota superciliosa (momoto ceja azul, Turquoise-browed Motmot, momoto cejas azules),  Mionectes oleagineus (Ochre-bellied Flycatcher, mosquero ocrillo, mosquerito ocre),  Mimus gilvus (centzontle tropical, Tropical Mockingbird),  Mniotilta varia (chipe trepador, Black-and-white Warbler),  Sporophila morelleti (White-collared Seedeater, semillero de collar),  Larus atricilla (gaviota reidora),  Fulica americana (gallareta americana, American Coot),  Empidonax minimus (Least Flycatcher, mosquero mímimo, papamoscas chico),  Meleagris ocellata (guajolote ocelado, Ocellated Turkey),  Xenops minutus (Plain Xenops, picolezna liso, picolezna común),  Charadrius vociferus (chorlo tildío, Killdeer),  Jacana spinosa (Northern Jacana, jacana norteña),  Myiozetetes similis (Luis gregario, Social Flycatcher, luisito común),  Icterus prosthemelas (bolsero capucha negra, Black-cowled Oriole, calandria caperuza negra),  Charadrius wilsonia (chorlo pico grueso, Wilson's Plover),  Dendroica pensylvanica (chipe flancos castaños),  Granatellus sallaei (Gray-throated Chat, granatelo yucateco),  Calidris alba (Sanderling, playero blanco),  Sarcoramphus papa (King Vulture, zopilote rey),  Geothlypis poliocephala (Gray-crowned Yellowthroat, mascarita pico grueso),  Seiurus noveboracensis (chipe charquero),  Empidonax flaviventris (mosquero vientre amarillo, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher, papamoscas vientre amarillo),  Dendrocincla homochroa (Ruddy Woodcreeper, trepatroncos rojizo, trepatroncos canelo),  Chaetura pelagica (Chimney Swift, vencejo de chimenea),  Cyanocompsa cyanoides (Blue-black Grosbeak, picogordo negro, picogordo azulnegro),  Micrastur semitorquatus (Collared Forest-Falcon, halcón-selvático de collar, halcón selvático de collar),  Rallus crepitans (Clapper Rail, rascón picudo, rascón costero del atlántico),  Coccyzus americanus (cuclillo pico amarillo, Yellow-billed Cuckoo),  Turdus grayi (Clay-colored Thrush, mirlo pardo, mirlo café),  Crax rubra (Great Curassow, hocofaisán),  Geothlypis trichas (Common Yellowthroat, mascarita común),  Basileuterus culicivorus (chipe corona dorada, Golden-crowned Warbler, chipe cejas negras),  Tyrannus melancholicus (Tropical Kingbird, tirano tropical, tirano pirirí),  Phaethornis striigularis (ermitaño enano, colibrí ermitaño enano),  Patagioenas leucocephala (paloma corona blanca, White-crowned Pigeon),  Icterus mesomelas (bolsero cola amarilla, Yellow-tailed Oriole, calandria cola amarilla),  Euphonia gouldi (eufonia olivácea, Olive-backed Euphonia),  Otus guatemalae (tecolote sapo),  Chloroceryle aenea (martín-pescador enano, American Pygmy Kingfisher, martín pescador enano),  Cyclarhis gujanensis (Rufous-browed Peppershrike, vireón ceja rufa, vireón cejas canela),  Icterus cucullatus (bolsero encapuchado, Hooded Oriole, calandria dorso negro menor),  Amazona autumnalis (loro cachete amarillo, Red-lored Parrot, loro cachetes amarillos),  Cyanocorax morio (chara papán, chara pea),  Ceryle alcyon (martín pescador norteño),  Thamnophilus doliatus (batará barrado, Barred Antshrike),  Tyto alba (lechuza de campanario, Barn Owl),  Amblycercus holosericeus (cacique pico claro, Yellow-billed Cacique),  Egretta tricolor (garceta tricolor, Tricolored Heron, garza tricolor),  Trogon melanocephalus (trogón cabeza negra, Black-headed Trogon, coa cabeza negra),  Amazilia yucatanensis (Buff-bellied Hummingbird, colibrí yucateco, colibrí vientre canelo),  Buteo magnirostris (Roadside Hawk, aguililla caminera),  Piranga olivacea (Scarlet Tanager, tángara escarlata, piranga escarlata),  Pachyramphus aglaiae (Rose-throated Becard, mosquero-cabezón degollado, cabezón degollado),  Piculus rubiginosus (carpintero olivo, carpintero oliváceo),  Hirundo rustica (golondrina tijereta, Barn Swallow),  Myiopagis viridicata (elenia verdosa, Greenish Elaenia, mosquerito verdoso),  Myiarchus yucatanensis (papamoscas yucateco, Yucatan Flycatcher),  Dives dives (Melodious Blackbird, tordo cantor),  Icterus spurius (bolsero castaño, Orchard Oriole, calandria castaña),  Nyctanassa violacea (pedrete corona clara, Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, garza nocturna corona clara),  Crotophaga sulcirostris (Groove-billed Ani, garrapatero pijuy),  Psarocolius montezuma (Montezuma Oropendola, oropéndola Moctezuma, oropéndola de Moctezuma),  Zenaida asiatica (paloma ala blanca, White-winged Dove, paloma alas blancas),  Sterna antillarum (charrán mínimo),  Aramides albiventris (Gray-necked Wood-Rail, rascón cuello gris, rascón nuca canela),  Uropsila leucogastra (chivirín vientre blanco, White-bellied Wren, saltapared vientre blanco),  Pteroglossus torquatus (Collared Aracari, tucancillo collarejo),  Pluvialis squatarola (chorlo gris, Black-bellied Plover),  Melanerpes pygmaeus (carpintero yucateco, Yucatan Woodpecker),  Ramphastos sulfuratus (Keel-billed Toucan, tucán pico canoa),  Leptotila plumbeiceps (Gray-headed Dove, paloma cabeza ploma, paloma cabeza gris),  Tringa flavipes (Lesser Yellowlegs, patamarilla menor),  Todirostrum cinereum (Common Tody-Flycatcher, espatulilla amarillo, mosquerito espatulilla común),  Actitis macularius (Spotted Sandpiper, playero alzacolita),  Pelecanus occidentalis (Brown Pelican, pelícano pardo, pelícano café),  Claravis pretiosa (Blue Ground-Dove, tórtola azul),  Wilsonia pusilla (chipe corona negra),  Onychorhynchus coronatus (Royal Flycatcher, mosquero real),  Catharus minimus (Gray-cheeked Thrush, zorzal cara gris),  Nyctiphrynus yucatanicus (tapacamino yucateco, Yucatan Poorwill, tapacaminos huil),  Molothrus aeneus (Bronzed Cowbird, tordo ojo rojo, tordo ojos rojos),  Gallinula galeata (gallineta frente roja),  Anthracothorax prevostii (colibrí garganta negra, Green-breasted Mango),  Mycteria americana (cigüeña americana, Wood Stork),  Geotrygon montana (Ruddy Quail-Dove, paloma-perdiz rojiza, paloma canela),  Contopus cinereus (pibí tropical, Tropical Pewee, papamoscas tropical),  Piranga rubra (Summer Tanager, tángara roja, piranga roja),  Coccyzus minor (cuclillo manglero, Mangrove Cuckoo),  Leptotila jamaicensis (Caribbean Dove, paloma caribeña),  Pheucticus ludovicianus (Rose-breasted Grosbeak, picogordo pecho rosa, picogordo degollado),  Cochlearius cochlearius (Boat-billed Heron, garza cucharón),  Thalasseus maximus (charrán real, Royal Tern),  Leptotila verreauxi (paloma arroyera, White-tipped Dove),  Chlorostilbon forficatus (Cozumel Emerald, esmeralda de Cozumel, esmeralda de Isla Cozumel),  Phalacrocorax brasilianus (cormorán oliváceo, Neotropic Cormorant, cormorán neotropical),  Dendroica tigrina (chipe atigrado),  Automolus ochrolaemus (breñero garganta pálida, Buff-throated Foliage-gleaner, musguero garganta pálida),  Elaenia martinica (Caribbean Elaenia, elenia caribeña, mosquero elenia caribeño),  Veniliornis fumigatus (carpintero café),  Amazona xantholora (loro yucateco, Yellow-lored Parrot),  Notharchus macrorhynchos (buco de collar),  Spindalis zena (Western Spindalis, tángara cabeza rayada),  Micrastur ruficollis (halcón-selvático barrado, Barred Forest-Falcon, halcón selvático barrado),  Piaya cayana (cuclillo canela, Squirrel Cuckoo, cuclillo canelo),  Piranga roseogularis (Rose-throated Tanager, tángara yucateca, piranga yucateca),  Calidris mauri (playero occidental, Western Sandpiper),  Catharus ustulatus (Swainson's Thrush, zorzal de Swainson, zorzal de anteojos),  Columba livia (Rock Pigeon, paloma doméstica),  Legatus leucophaius (Piratic Flycatcher, papamoscas pirata, papamoscas rayado chico),  Passerina ciris (colorín sietecolores, Painted Bunting),  Thryothorus ludovicianus (Carolina Wren, chivirín de Carolina, saltapared de carolina),  Synallaxis erythrothorax (güitío pecho rufo, Rufous-breasted Spinetail, hormiguero pepito),  Megascops asio (Eastern Screech-Owl, tecolote oriental, tecolote del este),  Polioptila albiloris (perlita pispirria, White-lored Gnatcatcher),  Columbina minuta (Plain-breasted Ground-Dove, tórtola pecho liso, tortolita pecho liso),  Leptopogon amaurocephalus (mosquero gorra parda, Sepia-capped Flycatcher, mosquerito gorra café),  Trogon caligatus (trogón violáceo, coa violácea norteña),  Elanus leucurus (milano cola blanca, White-tailed Kite),  Buteogallus urubitinga (aguililla-negra mayor, Great Black-Hawk, aguililla negra mayor),  Agelaius phoeniceus (Red-winged Blackbird, tordo sargento),  Agamia agami (garza agami, Agami Heron),  Limnothlypis swainsonii (chipe corona café, Swainson's Warbler),  Camptostoma imberbe (Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet, mosquero lampiño, mosquerito chillón),  Thraupis abbas (tángara ala amarilla, Yellow-winged Tanager, tangara alas amarillas),  Saltator maximus (Buff-throated Saltator, picurero bosquero, saltador garganta ocre),  Quiscalus mexicanus (Great-tailed Grackle, zanate mayor),  Empidonax virescens (mosquero verdoso, Acadian Flycatcher, papamoscas verdoso),  Dendroica palmarum (chipe playero),  Calidris pusilla (Semipalmated Sandpiper, playero semipalmeado),  Dendroica castanea (chipe castaño),  Progne subis (golondrina azulnegra, Purple Martin),  Zimmerius vilissimus (Paltry Tyrannulet, mosquero ceja gris, mosquerito cejas blancas),  Picoides scalaris (carpintero mexicano, Ladder-backed Woodpecker),  Progne chalybea (Gray-breasted Martin, golondrina acerada, golondrina pecho gris),  Myiarchus crinitus (Great Crested Flycatcher, papamoscas viajero),  Archilochus colubris (colibrí garganta rubí, Ruby-throated Hummingbird),  Colinus nigrogularis (Black-throated Bobwhite, codorniz yucateca),  Egretta caerulea (garceta azul, Little Blue Heron, garza azul),  Rostrhamus sociabilis (gavilán caracolero, Snail Kite),  Caprimulgus salvini (tapacamino ticuer, tapacaminos ticurú),  Geranospiza caerulescens (Crane Hawk, gavilán zancón),  Aythya affinis (Lesser Scaup, pato boludo-menor, pato boludo menor),  Herpetotheres cachinnans (Laughing Falcon, halcón guaco),  Icterus chrysater (bolsero dorso dorado, Yellow-backed Oriole, calandria dorso amarillo),  Tringa semipalmata (playero pihuiuí, Willet),  Himantopus mexicanus (Black-necked Stilt, candelero americano, monjita americana),  Florisuga mellivora (colibrí nuca blanca, White-necked Jacobin, colibrí capucha azul),  Puffinus gravis (Great Shearwater, pardela mayor),  Ceryle torquatus (martín pescador de collar),  Catharus fuscescens (Veery, zorzal rojizo, zorzal canelo),  Dryocopus lineatus (carpintero lineado, Lineated Woodpecker),  Falco peregrinus (halcón peregrino, Peregrine Falcon),  Spizaetus ornatus (Ornate Hawk-Eagle, águila elegante),  Limnodromus scolopaceus (costurero pico largo, Long-billed Dowitcher),  Dendroica virens (chipe dorso verde),  Dendroica fusca (chipe garganta naranja),  Euphonia affinis (eufonia garganta negra, Scrub Euphonia),  Bubulcus ibis (Cattle Egret, garza ganadera),  Poecilotriccus sylvia (espatulilla gris, Slate-headed Tody-Flycatcher, mosquerito espatulilla gris)
Infraspecificname  Troglodytes aedon subsp. beani,  Attila spadiceus subsp. cozumelae

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1989-06-24 / 2014-01-30

Project Data

En este proyecto se trabajará con 21 colecciones de ECOSUR las cuales se encuentran distribuidas en tres sedes. En Chetumal se tienen 11 colecciones (Zooplancton, Ictioplancton, Poliquetos, Nemátodos, Corales, Hormigas, Mariposas, Peces, Anfibios y reptiles, Aves y Mamíferos marinos), en San Cristóbal de las Casas 6 (Insectos, Abejas, Peces, Anfibios y reptiles, Mamíferos y un Herbario) y en Tapachula 4 (Insectos, Arañas, Herbario y Hongos). Para un mejor mantenimiento y uso de las colecciones, se hará trabajo curatorial en cada una de ellas y se actualizarán sus bases de datos, las cuales serán administradas por una Unidad de Bioinformática. Todas las especies registradas en las 21 colecciones de ECOSUR que participan en este proyecto, contarán con fotografías de alta calidad para su uso en identificaciones taxonómicas. Para lograr esta meta, se contará con la participación de 16 investigadores y 7 técnicos contratados por ECOSUR, además de 9 capturistas y 14 técnicos externos y una responsable de la Unidad de Bioinformática que se contratarán con recursos de este financiamiento. También se tendrá la participación de 13 taxónomos invitados y se comprará equipo necesario para el trabajo curatorial en estas 21 colecciones. Al término del proyecto se espera tener más de 98 145 registros en bases de datos administradas por la Unidad de Bioinformática, con datos de más de 5,000 especies de más de 1,000 localidades.

Title Fortalecimiento de las colecciones de ECOSUR. Primera fase (Aves Chetumal)
Identifier SNIB-ME006-ME0061701F_Aves_CH-ND
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Aves águilas, zopilotes, halcones aves oceánicas búhos, lechuzas, tapacaminos chachalacas, guajolotes, codornices, gallinas, tinamúes, kiwis cigüeñas, flamencos, garzas colibríes, vencejos como calandrias, tordos como chipes como coas, quetzales, carpinteros, tucanes, momotos como gaviotas como hormigueros, batarás, trepatroncos como matracas, saltaparedes, carboneros, perlitas como mosqueros como pelícanos, fragatas, bobos, cormoranes como playeros, chorlos como saltarines, vireos como tangaras, cardenales, rascadores como zorzales, azulejos, mirlos, cenzontles, mulatos, cinclos cuervos, urracas, charas gansos, patos gavias, zambullidores golondrinas, alondras grullas loros, pericos, cotorras, cacatúas NO DISPONIBLE palomas, cucus, correcaminos

The personnel involved in the project:

María del Carmen Pozo de la Tijera

Collection Data

Collection Name Colección Ornitológica;MZFC;Museo de Zoología Alfonso L. Herrera, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;FC-UNAM
Collection Identifier SNIB-ME006-ME0061701F_Aves_CH-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Ornitológica;ECO-CH-A;Museo de Zoología, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Unidad Chetumal;ECOSUR
Collection Identifier SNIB-ME006-ME0061701F_Aves_CH-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Specimen preservation methods Alcohol,  Mounted,  No treatment
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 2 Ejemplar

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  455. Dickey, D. R. 1928. A new marsupial from El Salvador. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 41: 15-16.
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