Amphibians and Reptiles of Santa Cruz Tepetotutla, San Felipe Usila, Oaxaca, México
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González-Bernal E, Flores C A, Arreortúa M, Simón-Salvador P R, Santiago-Dionicio H (2021): Amphibians and Reptiles of Santa Cruz Tepetotutla, San Felipe Usila, Oaxaca, México. v1.1. ZooKeys. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=tepetotutla&v=1.1
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Santa Cruz Tepetotutla (17.7391°N, -96.5582°W) is located in the Chinantla Region on the northern slopes of the Sierra Juarez, in the physiographic Province known as the Sierra Madre de Oaxaca (SMO) Mexico.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [17.669, -96.699], North East [17.966, -96.459]|
Amphibians and reptiles
|Species||Adelphicos visoninum, Anolis rubiginosus, Bolitoglossa chinanteca, Bothrops asper, Charadrahyla nephila, Craugastor mexicanus, Craugastor polymniae, Craugastor pygmaeus, Craugastor berkenbuschii, Cryophis hallbergi, Duellmanohyla ignicolor, Exerodonta abdivita, Geophis laticinctus, Hyalinobatrachium fleischmanni, Imantodes cenchoa, Incilius spiculatus, Incilius valliceps, Lampropeltis polizona, Lepidophyma tuxtlae, Leptodeira polysticta, Metlapilcoatlus nummifer, Micrurus diastema, Micrurus elegans, Ninia diademata, Ninia sebae, Pseudoeurycea orchileucos, Ptychohyla zophodes, Quiltichohyla acrochorda, Rhadinaea bogertorum, Rhadinaea decorata, Rhadinella schistosa, Sarcohyla celata, Sceloporus variabilis, Scincella cherriei, Smilisca baudinii, Smilisca cyanosticta, Stenorhina dehendhartii, Triprion spinosus, Tropidodipsas sartorii|
|Start Date / End Date||2018-01-01 / 2019-01-01|
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|Title||Estado de las poblaciones de anfibios en relación a cambios diferenciales de hábitat en bosque mesófilo de montaña de la sierra norte de Oaxaca, México.|
The personnel involved in the project:
The monitoring was divided into three schedules throughout the day (9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.) covering a total of 12 hours by four persons, during 11 field trips with a duration of five days each.
|Study Extent||We conducted surveys during 2018 and 2019 during both the dry and wet seasons, within a pristine cloud forest and managed sites from 800 m a.s.l. to above 2,200 m a.s.l in Santa Cruz Tepetotutla, San Felipe Usila, Oaxaca, Mexico.|
|Quality Control||To ensure we obtained records for species that have different activity patterns and habitat use, we carried out diurnal and nocturnal surveys in forest gaps, crops, streams and primary forest, searching microhabitats where herpetofauna take refuge, such as beneath rocks, inside burrows, under fallen logs etc.|
Method step description:
- Every time an organism was encountered, its biometric data and geographic location were recorded using a GPS device (Garmin 64st) with 5 m error range. All organisms were photographed and released afterwards.