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Historia natural de Querétaro / editores: Robert W. Jones, Valentina Serrano Cárdenas
Jones, Robert W. (ed.) ; Serrano Cárdenas, Valentina (coed.) ;
Querétaro, Querétaro, México : Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Centro Universitario , 2016
Clasificación: 508.097245 / H5
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal
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SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010019378 (Disponible)
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Prólogo
Capítulo 1 El Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 2 Geología de Querétaro y sus Alrededores
Capítulo 3 El Clima Actual en el Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 4 Los Suelos del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 5 Fungi: los Macromicetos de Querétaro
Capítulo 6 Flora y Vegetación del Municipio de Querétaro y la Zona Conurbada
Capítulo 7 Riqueza/ Datos Ecológicos y Distribución de la Familia Poaceae en el Municipio de Querétaro y Área Conurbada
Capítulo 8 Encinos (Fagaceae: Quercus): Su Panorama en Querétaro
Capítulo 9 Plantas: Análisis Florístico del Orden Asparagales en Querétaro
Capítulo 10 La Etnobotánica y su Desarrollo Histórico en Querétaro
Capítulo 11 Aves del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 12 Mamíferos del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 13 Herpetofauna del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 14 Historia, Situación Actual y Perspectivas de la Fauna de Peces del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 15 Insectos: Mariposas (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) del Semidesierto y Sureste del Estado de Querétaro, México
Capítulo 16 Insectos: la Familia Sphingidae (Lepidoptera: Heterocera) del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 17 Insectos: Abejorros del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 18 Insectos: Hormigas (Formicidae) del Estado de Querétaro, México
Capítulo 19 Insectos: Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera) del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 20 Insectos: Curculionoidea (Coleoptera) del Estado de Querétaro
Capítulo 21 Descortezadores de Importancia Forestal de Querétaro (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae)
Capítulo 22 Alacranes de Querétaro


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Insectos: Curculionoidea (Coleoptera) del Estado de Querétaro
Jones, Robert W. (coaut.) ; Luna Cozar, Jesús (coaut.) ; Obregón Zuñiga, J. Alejandro (coaut.) ; O'brien, Charles W. (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Historia natural de Querétaro / editores: Robert W. Jones, Valentina Serrano Cárdenas Querétaro, Querétaro, México : Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Centro Universitario, 2016 páginas 415-427 ISBN:978-607-5132-44-0
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Insectos: Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera) del Estado de Querétaro
Niño Maldonado, Santiago (autor) ; Jones, Robert W. (autor) ; Obregón Zuñiga, J. Alejandro (autor) ; Sánchez Reyes, Uriel Jeshua (autor) ; Luna Cozar, Jesús (autor) ;
Contenido en: Historia natural de Querétaro / editores: Robert W. Jones, Valentina Serrano Cárdenas Querétaro, Querétaro, México : Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Centro Universitario, 2016 páginas 407-413 ISBN:978-607-5132-44-0
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58739-10 (Disponible)
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A taxonomic monograph of the genus Tylodinus Champion (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Cryptorhynchinae: Tylodina) of Chiapas, Mexico
Luna Cozar, Jesús ; Anderson, Robert S. (coaut.) ; Jones, Robert W. (coaut.) ; León Cortés, Jorge Leonel (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Zootaxa Vol. 3788, no. 1 (Apr. 2014), p. 001–063 ISSN: 1175-5326
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The species of the genus Tylodinus from the Mexican state of Chiapas are revised. We examined 989 specimens representing 36 species; 23 species are grouped into eight species groups with 13 species considered as Incertae sedis. A total of 32 species are described as new and one species is a new record for México. Species groups (numbers of species in parentheses) and species are: Tylodinus buchanani species group (6) T. buchanani new species (type locality: Chiapas, Unión Juárez, Volcán Tacan), T. exiguus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Motozintla, 7 km SSW Motozintla de Mendoza), T. ixchel new species (type locality: Chiapas, Unión Juarez, Volcán Tacan), T. jonesi new species (type locality: Chiapas, Angel Albino Corzo, Reserva de la Biosfera el Triunfo, Campamento el Quetzal), T. variabilis new species (type locality: Chiapas, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Cerro Huitepec), T. wibmeri new species (type locality: Chiapas, Motozintla, 7 km SSW Motozintla de Mendoza); Tylodinus canaliculatus species group (3) T. canaliculatus Champion (Chiapas, Unión Juárez, Volcán Tacan, new record for México), T. sepulturaensis new species (Type locality: Chiapas, Villa Corzo, Ejido Sierra Morena), T. triumforium new species (Type locality: Chiapas, La Concordia, 4 km SE Custepec); Tylodinus cavicrus species group (3) T. cavicrus Champion, T. pseudocavicrus new species (type locality: Chiapas, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Cerro Huitepec), T. rugosus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Villa Flores, Sierra Morena); Tylodinus coapillensis species group (2) T. coapillensis new species (type locality: Chiapas, Coapilla, ca. 10.5 km NE Coapilla), T. leoncortesi new species (type locality: Chiapas, Pueblo Nuevo Solistahuacán, La Yerbabuena); Tylodinus mutabilis species group (2) Tylodinus mutabilis new species (type locality: Chiapas, Villa Corzo, Ejido Sierra Morena),

T. parvus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Trinitaria, Lagunas de Montebello); Tylodinus nodulosus species group (3) T. andersoni new species (Chiapas, Ángel Albino Corzo, Reserva El Triunfo, Polígono 1), T. nodulosus (Boheman), T. zilchi Kuschel; Tylodinus pusillus species group (2) T. porvenirensis new species (type locality: Chiapas, El Porvenir, El Porvenir (2 km NE)), T. pusillus new species (type locality: Chiapas, 4 km SE Custepec); Tylodinus spiniventris species group (2) T. lum new species (Chiapas, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Cerro Huitepec), and T. spiniventris new species (type locality: Chiapas, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Reserva Huitepec); Incertae sedis (13) T. pinguis new species (type locality: Chiapas, Ángel Albino Corzo, Reserva El Triunfo, Polígono 1) , T. kissingeri new species (type locality: Chiapas, Tapalapa, ca. 14 km NE Coapilla), T. complicatus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Pueblo Nuevo Solistahuacán, La Yerbabuena), T. dominicus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Villa Corzo, Reserva de la Biósfera La Sepultura), T. noctis new species (type locality: Chiapas, Coapilla, ca. 10.5 km NE Coapilla), T. rufus new species (type locality: Chiapas, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Cerro Huitepec); T. branstetteri new species (type locality: Chiapas, La Concordia, 4 km SE Custepec), T. kuscheli new species (type locality: Chiapas, Villa Flores, Ejido Sierra Morena), T. pappi new species (type locality: Chiapas, Unión Juárez, Volcán Tacan), T. gibbosus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Pueblo Nuevo Solistahuacán, Yerbabuena Reserve), T. immundus new species (type locality: Chiapas, San Cristóbal de las Casas Cerro Huitepec), T. intzin new species (type locality: Chiapas, Tenejapa, Yashanal), T. elongatus new species (type locality: Chiapas, Ángel Albino Corzo, Reserva El Triunfo, Polígono 1). Three species (T. nodulosus (Boheman),

T. zilchi Kuschel and T. cavicrus Champion) are not known to occur in Chiapas but were included in this study to be more representative of inter- and intraspecific variation and to provide a better definition of the taxonomic limits of species and species groups. Species groups are characterized and taxonomic composition and general distribution and ecological correlates summarized. Diagnoses and distributions are given for all species and ecological information is presented where available. Immature stages, life history and food habits are not known for any of the species.


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Diversity and biogeographic affinities of Apionidae (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) along an altitudinal gradient in El Cielo Biosphere Reserve of northeastern Mexico
Jones, Robert W. ; Niño Maldonado, Santiago (coaut.) ; Luna Cozar, Jesús (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Vol. 83, no. 1 (marzo 2012), p. 100-109 ISSN: 1870-3453
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7225-20 (Disponible)
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The altitudinal and temporal distributions of species in the family Apionidae (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) were studied in El Cielo Biosphere Reserve (ECBR) in the state of Tamaulipas, northeastern Mexico. Species richness, diversity and abundance were recorded along an altitudinal gradient, from 100 to 1 900 m. A total of 571 individuals of 51 species were collected, representing 30% of the total species of Apionidae recorded for Mexico. Richness estimators (Chao 2) indicated that 75% of the species present were sampled. Species richness and diversity was greatest in tropical forests. Species geographic distributions were found to fall into 3 categories: mega-Mexico, tropical and temperate. The majority of the species (55.3%) were restricted to mega-Mexico (southern southwestern US to northern Nicaragua), with fewer species with tropical (27.7%) and temperate (17.0%) distributions. Species with tropical distributions had highest diversity and greater overall abundance in low elevations in tropical forests when compared to higher elevation forests (cloud and pine/oak). In contrast, diversity and abundance for species with temperate and mega-Mexican distributions were similar in all forest types. Greater richness and abundance occurred during the dry season (December through May) than the rainy season, suggesting populations of Apionidae were in immature stages during this latter period, with active adults predominating during the dry season, many of which were probably in a non-reproductive physiological state.


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Insect diversity of tropical montane forests: diversity and spatial distribution of weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) inhabiting leaf litter in Southern Mexico
Jones, Robert W. ; O'brien, Charles W. (coaut.) ; Ruiz Montoya, Lorena (coaut.) (1964-) ; Gómez y Gómez, Benigno (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Annals of the Entomological Society of America ISSN: 0013-8746
Nota: En hemeroteca, SIBE-Tapachula
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The abundance, diversity, and spatial distribution of the weevil fauna (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) of leaf litter were compared between primary and successional cloud forests at the Biological Reserve Cerro Huitepec in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. In total, 2,102 individuals and 57 species of Curculionidae were collected and identified, of which >90% represented undescribed species. Total weevil densities averaged 8.51 ± 9.04 individuals per 0.5 m2 of leaf litter. Estimates of the total number of leaf litter weevils in the reserve were >20 million. Data suggest that even small fragments of cloud forest (<10 ha) may maintain viable populations of the more common species of leaf litter weevils for extended periods. However, because of their low powers of dispersion and their high levels of endemism, leaf litter weevils, and presumably other leaf litter insects, are particularly vulnerable to extinction when whole forest fragments are lost or when recent climate changes push cloud forests to higher elevations.


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Diversidad de entomofauna en hojarasca de bosques mesófilos (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) en un solo cerro en los Altos de Chiapas, México
Jones, Robert W. (autor) ; O'Brien, Charles W. (autor) ; Ruiz Montoya, Lorena (autora) (1964-) ;
Contenido en: Entomología Mexicana, 2005 / editores: Alberto Morales Moreno, Angélica Mendoza Estrada, Marcela P. Ibarra González, Sergio Stanford Camargo Distrito Federal, México : Colegio de Posgraduados : Sociedad Mexicana de Entomología, 2005 Vol. 4, p. 301-305 ISBN:968-839-453-X (v. 4)
Bibliotecas: Campeche , San Cristóbal , Tapachula
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58266-30 (Disponible)
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58266-10 (Disponible)
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58266-20 (Disponible)
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The lowland maya area: three millennia at the human-wildland interface / Arturo Gómez-Pompa, Michael Allen, Scott L. Fedick, Juan José Jiménez-Osornio, editors
Gómez Pompa, Arturo (editor) (1934-) ; Allen, Michael F. (editor) ; Fedick, Scott L. (editor) ; Jiménez Osornio, Juan José María (editor) ;
New York, New York, United States : Food Products Press , 2003
Clasificación: Y/304.20972 / L6
Bibliotecas: Campeche , Chetumal
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ECO040005142 (Disponible)
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ECO030000909 (Disponible)
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Integrating history, biodiversity, ethnobotany, geology, ecology, archaeology, anthropology, and other disciplines, The Lowland Maya Area is a valuable guide to the fascinating relationship between man and his environment in the Yucatán peninsula. This book covers virtually every aspect of the biology and ecology of the Maya Lowlands and the many ways that human beings have interacted with their surroundings in that area for the last three thousand years. You'll learn about newly discovered archaeological evidence of wetland use; the domestication and use of cacao and henequen plants; a biodiversity assessment of a select group of plants, animals, and microorganisms; the area's forgotten cotton, indigo, and wax industries; the ecological history of the Yucatán Peninsula; and much more. This comprehensive book will open your eyes to all that we can learn from the Maya people, who continue to live on their native lands, integrating modern life with their old ways and teaching valuable lessons about human dependence on and management of environmental resources."


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- Artículo con arbitraje
Optimum brood size for artificial propagation of the stingless bee, Scaptotrigona mexicana
Arzaluz Gutiérrez, Amalia ; Obregon Hernández, Francisco (coaut.) ; W Jones, Robert (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Journal of Apicultural Research Vol. 41, no. 1-2 (June 2002), p. 62-63

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Ecology and phenology of the boll weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on an unusual wild host, Hibiscus pernambucensis, in southeastern Mexico
Obregón Arzaluz, Ixel ; Jones, Robert W. (coaut.) ;
Clasificación: AR/633.5197 / O2
Contenido en: Journal of Economic Entomology Vol. 94, no. 6 (2001), p. 1405-1412 ISSN: 0022-0493
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal , Tapachula
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SER001351 (Disponible)
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ECO020010402 (Disponible)
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The phenology and ecology of Hibiscus pernambucensis Arruda and its interaction and importance in maintaining populations of the boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis Boheman, were studied over a period of 3 yr in the Soconusco Region of the state of Chiapas, Mexico. H. pernambucensis is a small tree of Neotropical distribution, restricted to lowland areas, and generally associated with halophytic vegetation. This species is found exclusively along the shores of brackish estuaries, in or near mangrove swamps in southeastern Mexico. In this region, H. pernambucensis has a highly seasonal flowering pattern in which the greatest bud production occurs shortly after the start of the rainy season in May and the highest fruit production occurs in July and August. Boll weevil larvae were found in buds of H. pernambucensis during all months but February and densities of buds and weevils were highest from May through September. The percentage of buds infested with boll weevil larvae rarely exceeded 30%. Because plant densities and reproductive output of H. pernambucensis is relatively low and, consequently, the number of oviposition and larval development sites for boll weevils is limited, the importance of this plant as a source of boll weevils with potential of attacking commercial cotton is minimal in comparison with the quantity produced in cultivated cotton. However, the plant could be important as a reservoir of boll weevils in areas of boll weevil quarantine and eradication programs. The factors and circumstances that may have led to this apparent recent host shift of the boll weevil in this region are discussed.