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Chelonian Research Monographs, 5. Conocimiento actual de la Biodiversidad. All of these taxa are endemic with marginal to very restricted distribution areas. Its challenges and contexts.
La tortuga blanca Dermatemys mawiilas tortugas terrestres Gopherus spp. The answers to these questions should provide a clearer sense of whether including species on imperiled species lists i. We decided to use only those records in order to follow what Mexican authorities should do for the protection of imperiled species in accord with the law currently.
The NOM also changed from to in the number of species under specific threat categories Table 4. Finally, the recent upgrade to species level of Gopherus morafkai Murphy et al. There are no data available about G. The turtles of Mexico. We reviewed each category and cluster them according to the definitions of threats for each category IUCN, b ; Semarnat, The distribution records are official data quality control checked by Conabio’s professional staff and came from museum records, research projects, and selected collections with Mexican specimens around the world.
Annotated checklist of taxonomy, synonymy, distribution, and conservation biolkgia. We set that percentage consefvacion on the finding of Harris et al. This scale approach has been suggested as a general protocol when studying species distribution Riddle et al.
We conservacikn for the imperiled level or protection status of each taxon according to the IUCN Red List, CITES appendices, the 25 most endangered freshwater turtles and tortoises, and the protection lists issued by the Mexican Government. Mollecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Most of the under recognition between lists is related to misunderstandings probably ignorance or lack of information and a very slow information update process between official lists issued by Mexican Government agencies and the international lists generally issued by specialist groups.
The Red List recognizes subspecific taxonomic levels, but for Mexican turtles they are included only for few taxa. One consequence of these issues is threatened species and their associated conservation problems are attached to the jurisdictional and legal administration within countries, states, municipalities, counties, districts, etc.
Molecular phylogenetics of the mud and musk turtle family Kinosternidae. Around the world, the most important threats for turtle populations are habitat loss, habitat degradation, poaching, introduced species, and subsidized predators Klemens, Chelonian Conservation and Biology. Each hexagon contains km2.
Among all of these lists, potential good conservation coverage should be predicted for Mexican turtles; however, there are some inquiries that should be made in order to know more about Mexican non-marine turtles’ conservation status. Mexican desert tortoises, including Gopherus agassizii now restricted to the United States, but with an isolated population in Baja California Sur Murphy et al.
Most of the increase corresponds with the inclusion of the genus Terrapene and to other taxonomic updates to the list.
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Forest resources assessment Programme. A main goal should be to improve the congruence between the threatened categories of international and local lists, in order to meet obligations to focus research, funds, budgets, and other political efforts toward generating a benchmark of protection for such a diverse group of reptiles in the country.
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The answer to that question certainly needs careful thought. In this paper we address these specific questions: Ochoa-Ochoa and Flores-Villela used a 0. The Central American river turtle D. If not, 2 what are the main discrepancies between the lists, and why?
Linking climate change to Mexican forest. There is a group of species missing in the NOM for several reasons i.
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Terrapene carolina yucatanawhich is very rare and difficult to find in the wild Jones et al. What are the missing links between the use of databases such Conabio’s SNIB and the decision-making process?
Trends in Ecology and Evolution. The world’s most endangered tortoises and freshwater turtles. Hexagons represent our sample unit. Standard Spanish, English and scientific names of the amphibians and reptiles of Mexico, Herpetological circular No. A method for siting parks and reserves with special reference to Colombia and Ecuador. Other endemic species like Creaser’s mud turtle K.