Estado actual del conocimiento biológico de algunas especies de roedores de las familias Muridae, Geomyidae, Heteromyidae y Sciuridae (Rodentia: Mammalia) incluidas en el PROY-NOM-059-ECOL-2000

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Este proyecto pretende reunir la información biológica básica de algunas de las especies de roedores de las familias Muridae, Geomyidae, Heteromyidae y Sciuridae, incluidas en la lista del Proyecto de Norma Oficial Mexicana PROY-NOM-059-ECOL-2000, para contribuir a una mejor definición en la asignación de estas especies a las categorías de riesgo. Por su gran riqueza de especies y alta endemicidad, los roedores constituyen una proporción significativa de los mamíferos terrestres incluidos en dicho listado. La información se recopilará de la literatura especializada, de especímenes de museos y de trabajo de investigación desarrollados por el responsable. Se harán recomendaciones sobre cambios en la asignación de las especies a las categorías de riesgo que lo ameriten.

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 1 Orden: 1 Familia: 4 Género: 25 Especie: 44 Epitetoinfraespecifico: 13

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Víctor Sánchez Cordero Dávila
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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (CAMPECHE, CHIAPAS, CHIHUAHUA, CIUDAD DE MEXICO, COAHUILA DE ZARAGOZA, COLIMA, DISTRITO FEDERAL, DURANGO, GUERRERO, HIDALGO, JALISCO, MEXICO, MICHOACAN DE OCAMPO, NAYARIT, NUEVO LEON, OAXACA, PUEBLA, QUERETARO, QUINTANA ROO, SAN LUIS POTOSI, SINALOA, SONORA, TAMAULIPAS, TLAXCALA, VERACRUZ DE IGNACIO DE LA LLAVE, ZACATECAS)

Bounding Coordinates South West [15.15, -112.66], North East [31.317, -86.843]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Mammalia Orden: Rodentia Familia: Cricetidae, Heteromyidae, Geomyidae, Sciuridae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Mammalia
Order  Rodentia
Family  Cricetidae,  Heteromyidae,  Geomyidae,  Sciuridae
Genus  Microtus,  Oryzomys,  Neotoma,  Rheomys,  Dipodomys,  Liomys,  Tylomys,  Peromyscus,  Megadontomys,  Orthogeomys,  Spermophilus,  Otonyctomys,  Geomys,  Sciurus,  Reithrodontomys,  Pappogeomys,  Glaucomys,  Zygogeomys,  Heteromys,  Cratogeomys,  Cynomys,  Scotinomys,  Nelsonia,  Xenomys,  Perognathus
Species  Microtus pennsylvanicus (meadow vole, meteoro de prado, meteoro, meteorito, ratón de alfalfar, ratón),  Microtus quasiater (ratón de pino, ratón de alfalfar, meteoro de Jalapa, meteoro, meteorito),  Oryzomys chapmani (rata arrocera de Ixtlán, rata arrocera de Chapman),  Microtus oaxacensis (tarabundi vole, meteoro de Tarabundí, meteoro, meteorito, ratón de alfalfar),  Neotoma phenax (Sonoran woodrat, rata cambalachera sonorense, rata de campo),  Rheomys mexicanus (Goodwin's water mouse, ratón acuático mexicano, rata),  Dipodomys phillipsii (southern banner-tailed kangaroo rat, rata canguro de Phillip, rata canguro),  Liomys spectabilis (ratón de abazones, ratón espinoso jalisciense),  Tylomys tumbalensis (rata trepadora, rata trepadora de Tumbalá, rata arborícola),  Peromyscus winkelmanni (ratón, ratón de Dos Aguas, ratón de campo),  Megadontomys thomasi (ratón, ratón de Thomas),  Orthogeomys cuniculus (tuza, tuza oaxaqueña),  Spermophilus madrensis (ardilla de tierra con manto, ardilla, ardillón de Sierra Madre, ardilla arborícola, chalote jolino),  Otonyctomys hatti (Yucatán vesper mouse, rata vespertina yucateca, rata arborícola, ratón),  Geomys tropicalis (tropical pocket gopher, tuza tropical, tuza),  Reithrodontomys spectabilis (Cozumel island harvest mouse, ratón cosechero de Cozumel),  Pappogeomys alcorni (tuza, tuza de Mazamitla),  Glaucomys volans (ardilla voladora, ardilla voladora del sur, ardilla planeadora),  Spermophilus perotensis (ardilla de tierra de Perote, moto, ardilla terrestre del Perote, ardilla, ardillón de Perote),  Zygogeomys trichopus (tuza de Michoacán, tuza michoacana, tuza),  Peromyscus zarhynchus (ratón de nariz larga, ratón chiapaneco, ratón de campo),  Microtus guatemalensis (ratón de pradera, meteoro de Guatemala, meteoro, meteorito, ratón de alfalfar),  Reithrodontomys microdon (small-toothed harvest mouse, ratón cosechero dientes pequeños, ratón de campo),  Heteromys nelsoni (Nelson´s spiny pocket mouse, ratón espinoso de Nelson, ratón de abazones, ratón espinoso),  Microtus umbrosus (Zempoaltepec vole, meteoro de Zempoaltepec, meteoro, meteorito, ratón de alfalfar),  Cratogeomys fumosus (tuza, tuza llanera, tuza humeada),  Cratogeomys neglectus (tuza, tuza de Querétaro, tuza nariz pelona),  Cynomys ludovicianus (perro de la pradera cola negra, perrito de las praderas, perro llanero cola negra, ardilla terrestre, perro llanero, perrito de las praderas de cola negra, perro llanero norteño),  Peromyscus bullatus (ratón de Perote, ratón de campo),  Tylomys bullaris (rata trepadora, rata trepadora chiapaneca, rata arborícola),  Scotinomys teguina (ratón, ratón café norteño, rata cañera),  Sciurus variegatoides (ardilla de espalda bandeada, ardilla, ardilla jaspeada, ardilla arborícola, ardilla orejona),  Sciurus aberti (ardilla, ardilla de Albert),  Nelsonia neotomodon (rata de bosque diminuta, rata cambalachera diminuta, rata),  Megadontomys cryophilus (ratón, tuza, ratón de Ixtlán),  Cynomys mexicanus (perro de la pradera mexicano, perrito de las praderas, perro llanero mexicano, tuza, perro llanero),  Nelsonia goldmani (rata de bosque diminuta, rata cambalachera de Tancítaro, rata),  Xenomys nelsoni (rata de Magdalena, ratón de campo),  Sciurus oculatus (Peter's squirrel, ardilla, ardilla de Peter, ardilla arborícola),  Geomys personatus (tuza, tuza texana),  Megadontomys nelsoni (ratón, ratón de Nelson, tuza),  Peromyscus mekisturus (ratón, ratón de Puebla, ratón de campo),  Rheomys thomasi (ratón de agua, ratón acuático chiapaneco, rata),  Orthogeomys lanius (tuza, tuza de Xuchil)
Infraspecificname  Sciurus aberti subsp. durangi (aberts squirrel, ardilla de Albert),  Dipodomys phillipsii subsp. phillipsii (rata canguro, rata canguro de Phillip),  Dipodomys phillipsii subsp. perotensis (rata canguro de Perote, rata canguro de Phillip),  Zygogeomys trichopus subsp. trichopus,  Scotinomys teguina subsp. teguina (ratón, ratón café norteño),  Sciurus aberti subsp. barberi (aberts squirrel, ardilla de Albert),  Peromyscus leucopus subsp. cozumelae (ratón de patas blancas),  Oryzomys couesi subsp. cozumelae (rata, rata arrocera de pantano),  Perognathus amplus subsp. amplus (ratón),  Oryzomys couesi subsp. crinitus (ratón, rata arrocera de pantano, rata arrocera del Valle de México),  Sciurus aberti subsp. phaeurus (aberts squirrel, ardilla de Albert),  Dipodomys phillipsii subsp. oaxacae (rata canguro de Oaxaca, rata canguro de Phillip),  Rheomys thomasi subsp. chiapensis (ratón de agua, ratón acuático chiapaneco)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1892-03-27 / 2001-10-10

Project Data

Este proyecto pretende reunir la información biológica básica de algunas de las especies de roedores de las familias Muridae, Geomyidae, Heteromyidae y Sciuridae, incluidas en la lista del Proyecto de Norma Oficial Mexicana PROY-NOM-059-ECOL-2000, para contribuir a una mejor definición en la asignación de estas especies a las categorías de riesgo. Por su gran riqueza de especies y alta endemicidad, los roedores constituyen una proporción significativa de los mamíferos terrestres incluidos en dicho listado. La información se recopilará de la literatura especializada, de especímenes de museos y de trabajo de investigación desarrollados por el responsable. Se harán recomendaciones sobre cambios en la asignación de las especies a las categorías de riesgo que lo ameriten.

Title Estado actual del conocimiento biológico de algunas especies de roedores de las familias Muridae, Geomyidae, Heteromyidae y Sciuridae (Rodentia: Mammalia) incluidas en el PROY-NOM-059-ECOL-2000
Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Mamíferos ardillas, marmotas, perritos de la pradera castores, ratones de abazones, ratones canguro, tuzas ratas, ratones

The personnel involved in the project:

Víctor Sánchez Cordero Dávila

Collection Data

Collection Name Colección de Mamíferos;UAMI;Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa;UAMI
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Mastozoológica;CERN;Centro de Estudios para la Conservación de los Recursos Naturales, A. C.;CERN
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
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-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Nacional de Mamíferos;CNMA;Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;IBUNAM
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Paleontológica de Zoología;PCPINAH;Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia;INAH
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Collection of Mammalogy;TCWC;Texas Cooperative Wildlife Collections, Texas A & M University;TCWC-TAMU
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Collection of Mammals;TTU;Texas Tech University;TTU
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Collection of Mammals;UIMNH;University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign;UIUC
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Collection of Mammals;LSU;Louisiana State University, Museum of Natural Science;LSU
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammal Collection;MVZ;Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley;MVZ-UCB
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammal Collection;FMNH;Field Museum of Natural History;FMNH
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammal Collection;UAZ;University of Arizona;UAZ
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammal Collection;UMMZ;University of Missouri, Museum of Zoology;UMMZ
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammal Research Collection;MSU;Michigan State University;MSU
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammalogy Collection;CAS-MAM;California Academy of Sciences;CAS
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammalogy Collection;AMNH;American Museum of Natural History;AMNH
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammalogy Collection;KUM;Biodiversity Institute and Natural History Museum, University of Kansas;KU
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammals Collection;UMMZ;University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology;UMMZ
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammals Collection;BYU;Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young University;MLBEAN-BYU
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Mammals Collection;USNM;National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution;NMNH-SI
Collection Identifier SNIB-W036-W036306F2000yola-mamíferos
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Specimen preservation methods Mounted
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 1 Ejemplar

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