ATLAS DE PARAMOS DE COLOMBIA PDF

Fragile Páramo Ecosystem in Colombia Threatened by Coal and Gold produced the first comprehensive atlas of the Colombian páramos. Data repatriation to Colombia to be used in actual research. The most recent document available for Colombia is the “Atlas de Paramos de Colombia”. El Páramo El Almorzadero se sitúa entre los departamentos Norte de Santander y Santander, en el municipio de Cerrito y de Chitagá. El cual.

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The map was elaborated by Juan Parra of the Universidad de Antioquia. Journal of Biogeography Open in a separate window. The information generated in this project is being published in parallel on the web portal of the Missouri Botanical Garden at http: Please enter recipient e-mail address es.

Molecular Ecology Resources14, 39— Tropical Lepidoptera15 1—— Mountain Research and Development2 3— Parzmos Ecology Resources14, 39— Molecular marine biology and biotechnology3, — Subscription Login to verify subscription. Our research revealed 55 new records of Angiosperms for this complex. Method steps Releve data was stored in the software TurboVeg and then exported into species occurrence data.

Annual Review of Entomology55, — Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Published online Sep The altitudinal range of the Almorzadero paramo complex varies from m.

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Our website has detected that you are using an outdated insecure browser that will prevent you from using the site. The expeditions allowed the identification of 21 species not previously registered in Antioquia and a considerable number of endemisms 35 speciesfurther proof of the high plant diversity in these ecosystems.

Explorations in this zone registered 33 species not previously reported.

Mantis, Olsztyn, pp. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden Revista Colombiana de Entomologia36 2— The species list used in TurboVeg was checked by an expert to confirm the valid taxonomy taking into account taxonomy changes, synonyms, etc. Eumaeini from colkmbia high Andes of Colombia. Introduction, genera Altopedaliodes to Lymanopoda.

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Tropical Lepidoptera Research23 154— We supplemented the species inventory generated from this fieldwork with data from the Flora de Antioquia project, carried out by the Universidad de Antioquia and the Missouri Botanical Gardenavailable online at http: The high diversity of Asteraceae is notable, with 59 species representing The data was digitized using the software TurboVeg, which is a software design for this type of vegetation information and then exported from community colombua into species occurrence data.

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Neopedaliodes zipa Adams, Butterflies sampling was carried out for over three years in the cloud forest—paramo mosaic and open ee at — m. The data was digitized using the software TurboVeg, which is a software design for this type of vegetation information and then exported from community data into species occurrence data. An evaluation of nucleotide substitution models for specimen identification.

Mountain Research and Development2 3— Garcia N, Galeano G. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 2: Located in the Western Cordillera in the southwestern part of Antioquia.

ATLAS DE PARAMOS DE COLOMBIA PDF

Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. The current inventory shows high diversity of species in Melastomataceae and Orobanchaceae. Vargas O, Pedraza P. The Department of Antioquia, located in northwestern Colombia, covers an area of 63, km 2comparable to the areas of countries such as Costa Rica 51, km 2 or Sri Lanka 65, km 2.

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