Lista de cotejo de los mamíferos (Mammalia) de Colombia
Vol 7 Num 2
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Taxonomia
Listado de especies
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Darwin Core

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Ramírez-Chaves, H., Morales-Martínez, D. M., Rodríguez-Posada, M. E., & Suárez-Castro, A. F. (2022). Lista de cotejo de los mamíferos (Mammalia) de Colombia. Mammalogy Notes, 7(2), 253. https://doi.org/10.47603/mano.v7n2.253
Recibido 2021-05-30
Aceptado 2021-07-11
Publicado 2022-04-19

Resumen

La actualización de la lista de especies presentes en un país es una tarea continua que llena vacíos de información y apoya la toma de decisiones. En los últimos cinco años, ha habido un aumento del número de especies de mamíferos descritas como nuevas en Colombia, así como primeros registros y cambios taxonómicos. Con el fin de actualizar la información de las especies de mamíferos de Colombia, realizamos una revisión exhaustiva de los cambios taxonómicos de las 528 especies registradas en listas previas. Agregamos nuevas especies descritas, así como nuevos registros de especies ya descritas. Discutimos especies cuya presencia ha sido sugerida recientemente en Colombia, pero que no está respaldada por especímenes de museo. La lista actual de mamíferos en Colombia tiene 543 especies, con cuatro descritas en el último año. Esperamos que la lista sea una herramienta que apoye las necesidades de investigación, en especial las extensiones de distribución, los problemas taxonómicos y la conservación de los mamíferos del país. Finalmente, recomendamos que las actualizaciones de la lista sigan los estándares nacionales e internacionales como Darwin Core, utilizados por el Repositorio de Información Global sobre Biodiversidad - GBIF, y el Sistema de Información sobre Biodiversidad de Colombia - SiB.

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