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New occurence of Anairetes Alpinus in Junín - Peru

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Two new occurrences of Anairetes alpinus are reported for the first time in the Junín region, Peru

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Quispe-Melgar HR, Navarro Romo WC, Ames-Martínez FN, Camel Paucar VF, Sevillano-Ríos CS (2018): New occurence of Anairetes Alpinus in Junín - Peru. v1. Check List. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=occurrence_anairetes&v=1.0

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Keywords

Occurrence; Observation; Anairetes_alpinus

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Harold Rusbelth Quispe-Melgar
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE
Fressia Nathalie Ames-Martínez
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Harold Rusbelth Quispe-Melgar
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE
Fressia Nathalie Ames-Martínez
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE

Who filled in the metadata:

Harold Rusbelth Quispe-Melgar
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE
Wendy Carolay Navarro Romo
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE
Fressia Nathalie Ames-Martínez
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE
Vladimir Fernando Camel Paucar
Researcher
Universidad Continental S.A.C. Avenida San Carlos Nº 1980 Huancayo Junín PE
Cristian Steven Sevillano-Ríos
PhD. Student
Cornell University 302 Fernow Hall Ithaca New York US

Geographic Coverage

The new records of Anairetes alpinus occurred in the localities of Alhuanya (Concepción) and Tasta (Satipo), which belong to the Junín region

Bounding Coordinates South West [-11.98, -75.344], North East [-11.302, -74.52]

Taxonomic Coverage

This species belongs to the order Passeriforme and to the family Tyrannidae

Species  Anairetes alpinus (Ash-breasted Tit-tyrant)

Project Data

The project seeks to determine the genetic diversity of Polylepis forests in the Junín region, as well as the chromosome number of the species under study, study of apomixis and environmental variables related to these forests, as well as an inventory of structure, flora (shrub and woody) and avifauna associated with these forests.

Title ESTUDIO CITOGENÉTICO Y MOLECULAR DE LA DIVERSIDAD GENÉTICA Y ESTRUCTURA POBLACIONAL DE BOSQUES DE Polylepis sp. CON FINES DE CONSERVACIÓN EN LA REGIÓN JUNÍN
Identifier Harold Rusbelth Quispe-Melgar
Funding Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica - CONCYTEC

The personnel involved in the project:

Author
Harold Rusbelth Quispe-Melgar
Author
Fressia Nathalie Ames-Martínez

Sampling Methods

The technique of counting by points was used, with duration of 10 minutes, each point was located at a minimum distance of 150 meters between them.

Study Extent The study area comprised three regions of Peru, Huancavelica, Lima and Junín. The new records of Anairetes alpinus were made in Junín.
Quality Control The recognition of the species was made based on the Book of Birds of Peru (Schulenberg et al., 2007), and it was always corroborated with the database of Avibase and Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab.

Method step description:

  1. The technique of counting by points was used, with duration of 10 minutes, each point was located at a minimum distance of 150 meters between them.

Additional Metadata

Alternative Identifiers http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=occurrence_anairetes