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Catálogo de aves en peligo de extinción de las áreas naturales protegidas de la región Frontera Sur, Istmo y Pacífico Sur
Distrito Federal, México : Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas , s.f.
Clasificación: C CH/598.2097275 / C3
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal
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SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010018651 (Disponible)
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Corrientes del Pacífico = Pacific currents = Courants du Pacifique / Pablo Cervantes, Richard Herrmann ...[et al.]
Exposición Corrientes del Pacífico ; Cervantes, Pablo ; Herrmann, Richard ; Puddifoot, Jason ; Kazmers, Marilyn ; Kazmers, Maris ;
s. l. : Comisión para la Cooperación Ambiental , s. f
Clasificación: C/574.52638 / E9
Bibliotecas: Chetumal
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Guía para la identificación de las especies de tortugas marinas de México en el Océano Pacífico: términos técnicos y principales medidas / René Márquez Millan
Márquez Millan, René ;
México : Secretaría de Agricultura, Ganadería, Desarrollo Rural, Pesca y Alimentación , s.f.
Clasificación: C/598.13 / M37
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SIBE Campeche
ECO040003025 (Disponible)
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SIBE Chetumal
ECO030000918 (Disponible)
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ECO010005929 (Disponible)
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ECO050003699 (Disponible)
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Reinstatement of species belonging Marphysa sanguinea complex (Annelida: Eunicidae) and description of new species from the mid-Pacific Ocean and the Adriatic Sea
Molina Acevedo, Isabel Cristina (autora) ; Idris, Izwandy (autora) ;
Disponible en línea
Contenido en: Zootaxa Volumen 4816, número 1 (2020), páginas 001–048 ISSN: 1175-5334
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Marphysa sanguinea Montagu, 1813, the type species of genus Marphysa, was described with few characteristics and subsequently reported in tropical and temperate waters as a cosmopolitan species. Recent comparative studies have shown that M. sanguinea has a limited distribution to the Northeast Atlantic. As a result, species from the tropical and subtropical zones are now being redescribed as new species. However, this issue is not completely resolved because of the taxonomic status of seven nominal species, considered as junior synonymies of M. sanguinea. Herein, we examined the type and additional materials from five species in synonymy M. sanguinea and performed a compared analysis with the neotype of M. sanguinea. Additionally, we reviewed specimens from two localities in the mid-Pacific Ocean and the Adriatic Sea, where M. sanguinea was previously reported. As a result of this study, three species were reinstated (M. californica Moore, 1909, M. leidii de Quatrefages, 1866, and M. parishii Baird, 1869) and two subspecies, are now raised to species level (M. americana n. status and M. brevibranchiata n. status). In addition, two new species from Hawaii and Croatia are described: M. baileybrockae n. sp. and M. birgeri n. sp., respectively. Morphological comparisons with most species currently assigned to the M. sanguinea complex are presented. This work provides more support for rejecting the hypothesis that M. sanguinea is a cosmopolitan species and we encourage the use of novel and traditional morphological characters to differentiate species within the complex.


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Sylvilagus cunicularius, Mexican Cottontail
Lorenzo Monterrubio, Consuelo (autora) ; Lanier, H. C. (autor) ;
Disponible en línea
Contenido en: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Número e.T21211A45181292 (2019), p. 1-10 ISSN: 2307-8235
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Revision of the Alitta virens species complex (Annelida: Nereididae) from the North Pacific Ocean
Villalobos Guerrero, Tulio Fabio ; Bakken, Torkild (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Zootaxa Vol. 4483, no. 2 (September 2018), p. 201-257 ISSN: 1175-5326
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Alitta virens species complex encompasses elongate nereidids appreciated commercially both in the fishing and aquaculture industries. This complex has been well studied in biological and ecological terms. Nevertheless, detailed taxonomic analyses have scarcely been addressed, to the extent that only a few species in the complex have been recognized as valid but with some difficulties: Alitta brandti Malmgren, 1865 (Sea of Okhotsk), A. grandis (Stimpson, 1853) (northeastern USA) and A. virens (Sars, 1835) (Norway). Whereas, other several species have typically been regarded as synonyms, including those originally described from the North Pacific Ocean: Nereis (Alitta) virens plenidentata Moore, 1909 (California, USA), Nereis dyamusi Izuka, 1912 (Japan) and Nereis foliata Baird, 1863 (Vancouver, Canada). In this study, an examination of the immature and epitoke type and non-type material available for the A. virens species complex from the North Pacific was carried out. Herein, the status of A. brandti as a valid species is reinforced being clearly distinct from A. virens and related species.

Alitta dyamusi n. comb., A. plenidentata n. comb. and A. williami nom. nov. are reinstated and transferred to Alitta, the specific epithet of the latter species is a replacement name for Nereis foliata Baird, 1863, which is a junior, primary homonym of Nereis foliata Dalyell, 1853. Lectotypes for A. plenidentata n. comb. and A. williami nom. nov. are designated. The North Pacific species of the A. virens complex, excluding A. plenidentata n. comb. which has several distinctive features that differ from all the Alitta species, are characterized by having homogomph spinigers in both supracicular and subacicular neurochaetae, oral ring with a larger number of rows and paragnaths, and epitoke males with unmetamorphosed pygidium and epitoke-modified chaetae in both neuropodial fascicles. The morphology of epitoke females in the A. virens complex is described for the first time. Identification keys to atoke and epitoke species of this complex are also provided.


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Sylvilagus cunicularius (Waterhouse, 1848) mexican cottontail
Lorenzo Monterrubio, Consuelo (autora) ; Vázquez, Jorge (autor) ; Rodríguez Martínez, Luisa (autora) ; Bautista, Amando (autor) ; García Méndez, Antonio (autor) ; Cervantes Reza, Fernando Alfredo (autor) ;
Disponible en línea
Contenido en: Lagomorphs pikas, rabbits, and hares of the world / edited by Andrew T. Smith, Charlotte H. Johnston, Paulo C. Alves, Klaus Hackländer Baltimore, Maryland, United States : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018 páginas 131-134 ISBN:978-1421423401
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Annual egg production rates of calanoid copepod species on the continental shelf of the Eastern Tropical Pacific off Mexico
Kozak, Eva Rose (autora) ; Franco Gordo, María del Carmen (autora) ; Palomares García, Ricardo (autor) ; Gómez Gutiérrez, Jaime (autor) ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (autor) ;
Contenido en: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science Vol. 184 (January 2017), p. 138–150 ISSN: 0272-7714
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We provide the first estimations of calanoid copepod egg production rates (EPR) in the Eastern Tropical Pacific over an annual cycle (January–December 2011). Gravid females were collected twice monthly and incubated for 12 h without food to estimate EPR, weight-specific fecundity (Gf), spawning success (SS, percentage of females to spawn out of the total species incubated per month and season) and egg hatching success (EHS). This study reports the average EPR of 10 species and the monthly EPR and Gf of four planktonic calanoid copepods (Centropages furcatus, Temora discaudata, Pontellina sobrina, and Nannocalanus minor) that spawned with enough frequency to infer their seasonal reproductive patterns. These species showed distinct seasonal reproductive strategies. Most copepod species spawned sporadically with large EPR variability, while three copepod species reproduced throughout the year (C. furcatus, T. discaudata and P. sobrina) and N. minor spawned only during the mixed period (Feb–May). The four species had relatively similar average EPR (C. furcatus 16, T. discaudata 18, P. sobrina 13, and N. minor 12 eggs fem−¹ day−¹). These are the first EPR estimations of P. sobrina and its previously known reproductive period is expanded. A Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) was used to analyze EPR and species abundance of all calanoid copepods (40 spp.) collected throughout the time series in relation to temperature, salinity, mixed layer depth (MLD), dissolved oxygen, and chlorophyll a (Chl-a) concentrations to identify the variables that best explained the copepod abundance variability.

Temperature, Chl-a, and salinity had the strongest effect on the biological variables, linked to seasonal and episodic upwelling-downwelling processes in the surveyed area. As a result of moderate upwelling events and seasonal variation of environmental conditions, it appears relatively few species are capable of maintaining continuous reproduction under the relatively higher temperatures and strong fluctuations of food availability that exist in this coastal habitat of the Eastern Tropical Pacific.


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Análisis de datos meteorológicos a lo largo de la costa del Océano Pacífico mexicano (anomalías: parte II)
Palacios Hernández, Emilio ; Carrillo Bibriezca, Laura Elena (coaut.) ; Tereshchenko Emmanuilovna, Irina (coaut.) ; Ortiz Bañuelos, Alma Delia (coaut.) ; Ávalos Cueva, David (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Ra Ximhai Edición especial, Vol. 13, no. 3 (julio-diciembre 2017), p. 223-241 ISSN: 1665-0441
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Se analizan series de tiempo de variables meteorológicas obtenidas por reanálisis, en diferentes zonas de la costa mexicana del Océano Pacífico y se comparan la climatología con las variabilidades interanuales, donde se establece que la mayor variabilidad interanual está asociada a El Niño- Oscilación del Sur.

Resumen en inglés

Analysis is performed on time series of meteorological variables obtained by reanalysis in different areas of the Mexican Pacific Coast and compared climatology with interannual variability, where it is established that the greatest interannual variability is associated with El Niño- Southern Oscillation.


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Análisis de datos meteorológicos a lo largo de la costa del Océano Pacífico mexicano (climatología: parte I)
Palacios Hernández, Emilio ; Carrillo Bibriezca, Laura Elena (coaut.) ; Tereshchenko Emmanuilovna, Irina (coaut.) ; Ortiz Bañuelos, Alma Delia (coaut.) ; Ávalos Cueva, David (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Ra Ximhai Edición especial, Vol. 13, no. 3 (julio-diciembre 2017), p. 199-221 ISSN: 1665-0441
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Se analizan series de tiempo obtenidas por reanálisis, en diferentes zonas de la costa mexicana del Océano Pacífico, con el fin de obtener una climatología. Los resultados indican que están relacionados con condiciones locales y con la interacción Océano-atmósfera en la costa.

Resumen en inglés

Time series obtained by reanalysis are analyzed in different zones of the Pacific Ocean Mexican coast, in order to obtain climatology. The results indicate that they are related to local conditions and to the ocean-atmosphere interaction on the coast.