Peces y Mamíferos de la región de Norogachi, Alta Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua (Peces)

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La Sierra Tarahumara en Chihuahua, por su posición geográfica, contiene elementos Neárticos y Neotropicales que se conjugan en una topografía muy accidentada. Ambos factores resultan en una alta diversidad biológica con características únicas. Paradójicamente, esta es una de las regiones menos estudiadas del país desde el punto de vista biológico, no obstante que la dinámica económica del área ha causado altos niveles de deterioro ambiental, alterando, en algunos casos de manera irreversible, el paisaje, y trayendo como consecuencia la pérdida de diversidad. Esta situación le confiere a la Sierra el carácter de prioritaria para el desarrollo de proyectos de inventario biológico. Este carácter se extiende a los grupos humanos: la Tarahumara alberga numerosas comunidades indígenas, con su propia lengua, usos y costumbres, que coexisten con los mestizos estableciendo relaciones que deterioran de manera progresiva la diversidad cultural en la región. Por su manera de vida, estos grupos representan un importante acervo de información sobre el conocimiento y uso del medio ambiente, relevante tanto desde el punto de vista científico como cultural. El presente proyecto tiene como objetivos llevar a cabo el inventario de los peces, anfibios, reptiles y mamíferos de la región de Norogachi, en la Alta Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua y determinar el conocimiento que los miembros de las comunidades indígenas Rarámuri tienen de ellos. El trabajo propuesto se inscribe dentro de un proyecto mayor de colaboración entre instituciones de investigación en México y los Estados Unidos y las comunidades Rarámuri, cuyo objetivo general es documentar la diversidad biológica, lingüística y cultural de la Sierra Tarahumara. Como resultado del proyecto propuesto, se espera obtener una base de datos con 3000 registros, generar una tesis de maestría y una de licenciatura y producir una serie de publicaciones sobre la distribución de los grupos de estudio, así como de las relaciones entre los Rarámuri y su medio ambiente natural. A largo plazo se espera que la información generada sea de utilidad para el desarrollo de proyectos de las comunidades Rarámuri locales, interesadas de manera activa en la preservación de su cultura y la restauración de su medio ambiente.

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 1 Orden: 10 Familia: 13 Género: 29 Especie: 52

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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (CHIHUAHUA, DURANGO, SINALOA)

Bounding Coordinates South West [25.892, -107.822], North East [28.016, -105.5]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Osteichthyes Orden: Cypriniformes, Salmoniformes, Perciformes, Characiformes, Siluriformes, Cyprinodontiformes, Lepisosteiformes, Gobiesociformes, Atheriniformes, Cichliformes Familia: Cyprinidae, Salmonidae, Catostomidae, Centrarchidae, Characidae, Ictaluridae, Poeciliidae, Cyprinodontidae, Lepisosteidae, Percidae, Gobiesocidae, Atherinopsidae, Cichlidae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Osteichthyes
Order  Cypriniformes,  Salmoniformes,  Perciformes,  Characiformes,  Siluriformes,  Cyprinodontiformes,  Lepisosteiformes,  Gobiesociformes,  Atheriniformes,  Cichliformes
Family  Cyprinidae,  Salmonidae,  Catostomidae,  Centrarchidae,  Characidae,  Ictaluridae,  Poeciliidae,  Cyprinodontidae,  Lepisosteidae,  Percidae,  Gobiesocidae,  Atherinopsidae,  Cichlidae
Genus  Pimephales,  Notropis,  Cyprinella,  Rhinichthys,  Oncorhynchus,  Campostoma,  Catostomus,  Lepomis,  Dionda,  Moxostoma,  Astyanax,  Ictalurus,  Cyprinodon,  Gambusia,  Gila,  Pylodictis,  Carpiodes,  Cycleptus,  Micropterus,  Lepisosteus,  Etheostoma,  Ameiurus,  Cyprinus,  Gobiesox,  Poecilia,  Poeciliopsis,  Menidia,  Atherinella,  Cichlasoma
Species  sp. 1,  Pimephales promelas (carpita cabezona),  Notropis braytoni (carpa tamaulipeca, carpita tamaulipeca),  Cyprinella panarcys (carpa de conchos, carpita del Conchos),  Rhinichthys cataractae (carpita rinconera),  Oncorhynchus chrysogaster (trucha dorada mexicana),  Notropis chihuahua (carpa chihuahuense, carpita chihuahuense),  Catostomus plebeius (matalote del Bravo),  Cyprinella ornata (carpita adornada),  Lepomis megalotis (mojarra gigante),  Campostoma ornatum (rodapiedras mexicano),  Lepomis macrochirus (mojarra de agallas azules, oreja azul),  Dionda episcopa (carpa del Bravo, carpa obispa),  Moxostoma congestum (matalote blanco, matalote gris),  Cyprinella lutrensis (carpa yaqui, carpita roja),  Astyanax mexicanus (sardina mexicana, sardinita mexicana),  Ictalurus furcatus (bagre azul),  Catostomus bernardini (matalote yaqui),  Cyprinodon eximius (cachorrito del conchos),  Gambusia senilis (guayacón manchado, guayacón del Bravo),  Notropis jemezanus (carpita del Bravo),  Gila nigrescens (carpita de Chihuhua, carpa de Chihuahua),  Pylodictis olivaris (bagre cabeza plana, bagre pintonte, bagre piltonte),  Notropis simus (carpa narizona, carpita chata),  Carpiodes carpio (matalote chato español, matalote chato),  Gila robusta (carpita cola redonda, carpa cola redonda),  Cycleptus elongatus (matalote azul),  Micropterus salmoides (lobina negra),  Lepisosteus osseus (pez picudo, catán aguja),  Etheostoma australe (perca del conchos),  Etheostoma pottsii (perca mexicana),  Cyprinella formosa (carpa yaqui, carpita yaqui),  Catostomus cahita (matalote cahita),  Ictalurus lupus (bagre lobo),  Ictalurus punctatus (bagre de canal),  Ameiurus melas (bagre cabeza toro, bagre torito negro, bagre torito),  Cyprinus carpio (carpa común),  Gobiesox fluviatilis (cucharita de río),  Lepomis cyanellus (pez sol),  Moxostoma austrinum (chuime, matalote chuime),  Ictalurus pricei (bagre yaqui),  Gila conspersa (carpita del Nazas, carpa Mayrán),  Poecilia butleri (topote del Pacífico, topote de Pacífico),  Gila pulchra (carpita del conchos, carpa del Conchos),  Poeciliopsis prolifica (guatopote culiche),  Poeciliopsis latidens (guatopote del Lerma, guatopote del Fuerte),  Poeciliopsis lucida (guatopote del mocorito),  Menidia beryllina (charal, plateadito, plateadito salado),  Atherinella crystallina (plateadito del Presidio),  Gambusia alvarezi (guayacón de San Gregorio),  Gila intermedia (carpita del Gila, carpa del Gila),  Cichlasoma beani (mojarra de Sinaloa),  Poeciliopsis viriosa (guatopote de Occidente, guatopote gordito)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1891-08-01 / 2002-12-13

Project Data

La Sierra Tarahumara en Chihuahua, por su posición geográfica, contiene elementos Neárticos y Neotropicales que se conjugan en una topografía muy accidentada. Ambos factores resultan en una alta diversidad biológica con características únicas. Paradójicamente, esta es una de las regiones menos estudiadas del país desde el punto de vista biológico, no obstante que la dinámica económica del área ha causado altos niveles de deterioro ambiental, alterando, en algunos casos de manera irreversible, el paisaje, y trayendo como consecuencia la pérdida de diversidad. Esta situación le confiere a la Sierra el carácter de prioritaria para el desarrollo de proyectos de inventario biológico. Este carácter se extiende a los grupos humanos: la Tarahumara alberga numerosas comunidades indígenas, con su propia lengua, usos y costumbres, que coexisten con los mestizos estableciendo relaciones que deterioran de manera progresiva la diversidad cultural en la región. Por su manera de vida, estos grupos representan un importante acervo de información sobre el conocimiento y uso del medio ambiente, relevante tanto desde el punto de vista científico como cultural. El presente proyecto tiene como objetivos llevar a cabo el inventario de los peces, anfibios, reptiles y mamíferos de la región de Norogachi, en la Alta Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua y determinar el conocimiento que los miembros de las comunidades indígenas Rarámuri tienen de ellos. El trabajo propuesto se inscribe dentro de un proyecto mayor de colaboración entre instituciones de investigación en México y los Estados Unidos y las comunidades Rarámuri, cuyo objetivo general es documentar la diversidad biológica, lingüística y cultural de la Sierra Tarahumara. Como resultado del proyecto propuesto, se espera obtener una base de datos con 3000 registros, generar una tesis de maestría y una de licenciatura y producir una serie de publicaciones sobre la distribución de los grupos de estudio, así como de las relaciones entre los Rarámuri y su medio ambiente natural. A largo plazo se espera que la información generada sea de utilidad para el desarrollo de proyectos de las comunidades Rarámuri locales, interesadas de manera activa en la preservación de su cultura y la restauración de su medio ambiente.

Title Peces y Mamíferos de la región de Norogachi, Alta Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua (Peces)
Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Peces óseos como anchoas, anguilas, arenques, atunes, bacalaos, bagres, caballitos de mar, carpas, lenguados, merluzas, meros, mojarras, morenas, percas, peces globo, pejelagartos, pirañas, plecos, rémoras, sardinas, salmones, truchas

The personnel involved in the project:

Celia López González

Collection Data

Collection Name Colección de Vertebrados;UACH-CV;Facultad de Zootecnia y Ecología, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua;FZ-UACH
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Colección Nacional de Peces;CNPE;Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;IBUNAM
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Fishes Collection;UMMZ;University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology;UMMZ
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Ichthyology Collection;CUMV;Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates;CUMV
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Ichthyology Collection;CAS-ICH;California Academy of Sciences;CAS
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Ichthyology Collection;KUI;Biodiversity Institute and Natural History Museum, University of Kansas;KU
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Collection Name Ichthyology Collection;TNHC;Department of Integrative Biology, College of Natural Sciences, University of Texas, Austin;CNS-UT
Collection Identifier SNIB-X011-X011402F-Peces
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Specimen preservation methods Alcohol,  Glycerin
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 9,999 Ejemplar

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