Cambios recientes a la lista de los mamíferos de Colombia
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Ramírez-Chaves, H. E., Suárez-Castro, A. F., & González-Maya, J. F. (2016). Cambios recientes a la lista de los mamíferos de Colombia. Mammalogy Notes, 3(1-2), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.47603/manovol3n1.1-9
Recibido 2019-09-19
Publicado 2016-01-15

Resumen

Debido al avance en el desarrollo de investigaciones de diversa índole que involucran mamíferos, cada año se reportan cambios en la riqueza de especies registradas en el territorio nacional. Un esfuerzo notable encaminado a actualizar el conocimiento de este grupo en el país señaló la presencia de 492 especies para el año 2013 (Solari et al. 2013). Este número se incrementó a 500 especies para el año 2014, a partir de revisiones sistemáticas o adiciones de nuevas localidades de distribución para varias especies neotropicales (Ramírez-Chaves & Suárez-Castro 2014) y en esta revisión se aumenta el número de especies a 518 para el país. El incremento ha sido mayor para murciélagos (orden Chiroptera), grupo que actualmente cuenta con el número más alto de especies de mamíferos registradas en Colombia (205 especies). Sin embargo, el uso de nuevas técnicas y exploraciones de campo realizadas por diferentes investigadores han generado una gran cantidad de conocimiento para otros grupos, por lo que es necesario sintetizar la información de manera constante para que esté
disponible a todos aquellos involucrados en estudiar y conservar la biodiversidad del país. Con el fin de actualizar el número de especies de mamíferos registradas en el territorio nacional, presentamos una valoración y actualización con los cambios recientes para Colombia durante los últimos meses.

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