Fish biodiversity in three northern islands of the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve Colombian Caribbean

Última versión Publicado por Universidad Nacional de Colombia en May 8, 2019 Universidad Nacional de Colombia

The dataset comprise a depurated inventory of the fish species reported from the northern area of the Reserva, that is the three islands Roncador, Serrana, Serranilla and Quitasueño, the larger and more western island, which has not been yet the official target of an expedition. The dataset include all the fish species seen during the expeditions carried upon between 2015 and 2017 to the islands plus the registers previously published in Bolaños-Cubillos et al. (2015), Polanco F. (2015) and Robertson & Van Tassell (2015).

Registros

Los datos en este lista de chequeo recurso han sido publicados como Archivo Darwin Core(DwC-A), el cual es un formato estándar para compartir datos de biodiversidad como un conjunto de una o más tablas de datos. La tabla de datos del core contiene 412 registros. también existen 1 tablas de datos de extensiones. Un registro en una extensión provee información adicional sobre un registro en el core. El número de registros en cada tabla de datos de la extensión se ilustra a continuación.

  • Taxon (core)
    412
  • Occurrence 
    619

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Versiones

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¿Cómo referenciar?

Los usuarios deben citar este trabajo de la siguiente manera:

Acero P. A, Polanco F. A, Tavera J J, Bolaños-Cubillos N (2018): Fish biodiversity in three northern islands of the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve Colombian Caribbean. v1.1. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Dataset/Checklist. https://doi.org/10.15472/7rocx4

Derechos

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Registro GBIF

Este recurso ha sido registrado en GBIF con el siguiente UUID: d8e8b1bf-0b56-4cc0-bf75-c9283fad4aa2.  Universidad Nacional de Colombia publica este recurso, y está registrado en GBIF como un publicador de datos avalado por Colombian Biodiversity Information System.

Palabras Clave

Checklist; Fish species; New records; Actinopterygii; Chondrichthyes; Roncador; Serrana; Serranilla

Contactos

¿Quién creó el recurso?:

Arturo Acero P.
Investigador
Universidad Nacional de Colombia Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO
Andrea Polanco F.
Investigador
INVEMAR Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO
Jose Julian Tavera
Investigador
Universidad del Valle Cali Valle del Cauca CO
Nacor Bolaños-Cubillos
Investigador
Coralina San Andrés Isla Archipiélago de San Andrés, Providencia y Santa Catalina CO

¿Quién puede resolver dudas acerca del recurso?:

Andrea Polanco F.
Autor
INVEMAR Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO
Erika Montoya-Cadavid
Administrador Contenidos IPT SiBM
Invemar Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO
Julio Bohorquez
Custodio Bases de datos Invemar
Invemar Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO

¿Quién documentó los metadatos?:

Andrea Polanco F.
Investigador
INVEMAR Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO

¿Quién más está asociado con el recurso?:

Autor
Andrea Polanco F.
Investigador
INVEMAR Calle 25 No. 2-55, Playa Salguero,Santa Marta D.T.C.H., Colombia Santa Marta Magdalena CO
Autor
Arturo Acero P.
investigador
Universidad Nacional de Colombia Calle 25 # 2-55, Playa Salguero, Rodadero Sur, Santa Marta Santa Marta Magdalena CO
Autor
Jose Julian Tavera
Investigador
Universidad del Valle Cali Valle del Cauca CO
Autor
Nacor Bolaños-Cubillos
Investigador
Coralina San Andres Isla Archipielago de San Andres y Providencia CO

Cobertura Geográfica

The San Andrés, Old Providence and Santa Catalina archipelago (Colombia) occupies an important, but relatively small, portion of the central western Caribbean Sea between 82 and 86 °W meridians and 12 and 16 °N parallels. The three main islands are populated by raizales, mainland Colombians, and foreigners, mainly traders. Small islands are kept under protection by organic members of the Colombian Navy. The archipelago includes about three fourths of the more than a hundred Colombian coral formations. Since 2014 the Colombian government (Comisión Colombiana del Océano, CCO) has been organizing an annual scientific expedition to the Reserve. So far three northern islands have been intensively sampled: Roncador (2015), Serrana (2016), and Serranilla (2017).

Coordenadas límite Latitud Mínima Longitud Mínima [12, -86], Latitud Máxima Longitud Máxima [16, -82]

Cobertura Taxonómica

A total of 412 species are listed, included in 103 families and 233 genera.

Superfamilia  Rajidae,  Clupeidae,  Parazenidae,  Sphyraenidae,  Paralichthyidae
Familia  Chimaeridae,  Ginglymostomatidae,  Lamnidae,  Scyliorhinidae,  Triakidae,  Carcharhinidae,  Sphyrnidae,  Hexanchidae,  Squalidae,  Narcinidae,  Rhinobatidae,  Urotrygonidae,  Dasyatidae,  Myliobatidae,  Megalopidae,  Albulidae,  Congridae,  Muraenidae,  Nettastomatidae,  Ophichthidae,  Chlopsidae,  Moringuidae,  Engraulidae,  Argentinidae,  Synodontidae,  Chlorophthalmidae,  Zeniontidae,  Grammicolepididae,  Merlucciidae,  Polymixiidae,  Berycidae,  Trachichthyidae,  Holocentridae,  Ophidiidae,  Apogonidae,  Gobiidae,  Aulostomidae,  Fistulariidae,  Syngnathidae,  Dactylopteridae,  Callionymidae,  Mullidae,  Gempylidae,  Nomeidae,  Scombridae,  Polynemidae,  Carangidae,  Coryphaenidae,  Echeneidae,  Rachycentridae,  Bothidae,  Grammatidae,  Opistognathidae,  Pomacentridae,  Atherinidae,  Belonidae,  Exocoetidae,  Hemiramphidae,  Mugilidae,  Gobiesocidae,  Blenniidae,  Chaenopsidae,  Labrisomidae,  Tripterygiidae,  Caproidae,  Gerreidae,  Haemulidae,  Lutjanidae,  Malacanthidae,  Pomacanthidae,  Priacanthidae,  Sciaenidae,  Uranoscopidae,  Labridae,  Scaridae,  Lobotidae,  Ephippidae,  Sparidae,  Chaetodontidae,  Antennariidae,  Ogcocephalidae,  Triacanthodidae,  Diodontidae,  Tetraodontidae,  Balistidae,  Monacanthidae,  Ostraciidae,  Acanthuridae,  Acropomatidae,  Pempheridae,  Cirrhitidae,  Kyphosidae,  Percophidae,  Serranidae,  Scorpaenidae,  Setarchidae,  Peristediidae,  Triglidae

Cobertura Temporal

Periodo de Formación 2015-presente

Datos del Proyecto

The marine ecosystems of the Colombian archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina were declared by Unesco in 2000 as the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, 180000 km2, due its high biodiversity and ecosystem richness. Colombian institutions have assumed the study and management of the biodiversity and ecosystem richness of that Caribbean area organizing an annual expedition to one of the different islands included in the Reserve. The aim of the project is inventory the fish biodiversity of the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve.

Título Fish biodiversity in the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve (Colombian Caribbean)
Identificador Fish_biodiversity_RBSF_Colombia_Caribbean
Fuentes de Financiación This research was supported by Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Universidad del Valle, INVEMAR, Coralina and Comisión Colombiana del Océano through Colombia BIO – Colciencias project, agreement No. 341 of 2017 with the aim of join efforts to characterize the biodiversity in areas of scientific interest and with low biological information, for the strengthening of scientific collections and the generation of genetic information of Colombian biodiversity. Projects involved until now: “Biodiversidad íctica de la Isla Cayo Serrana durante la Expedición Seaflower 2016” – Seaflower Expedition 2016, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Universidad dela Vallle, Coralina; “Biodiversidad íctica de la Isla Cayo Serranilla durante la Expedición Seaflower 2017” – Seaflower Expedition 2017, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Universidad dela Vallle, INVEMAR, Coralina; “Evaluación física y biológica de las unidades ecológicas someras en la isla Cayo Serranilla de la Reserva de Biósfera – Seaflower” – Seaflower Expedition 2017, INVEMAR, Coralina.
Descripción del Área de Estudio The San Andrés, Old Providence and Santa Catalina archipelago (Colombia) occupies an important, but relatively small, portion of the central western Caribbean Sea between 82 and 86 °W meridians and 12 and 16 °N parallels. The three main islands are populated by raizales, mainland Colombians, and foreigners, mainly traders. Small islands are kept under protection by organic members of the Colombian Navy. The archipelago includes about three fourths of the more than a hundred Colombian coral formations.
Descripción del Diseño During the expeditions organized by the CCO data are collected by scuba diving as well as snorkeling (total of 250 man-hours of underwater observation). Material collected or photographically recorded by other researchers and expedition members are used when pertinent.

Personas asociadas al proyecto:

Autor
Andrea Polanco F.

Métodos de Muestreo

The dataset entitled “Fish biodiversity in three northern islands of the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve (Colombian Caribbean)” is herewith reported. Dataset were compiled from 1) a peer reviewed paper (Bolaños-Cubillos et al., 2015) that published a baseline checklist of the fishes known from the Reserve, reporting a total of 653 fish species, distributed in 121 families. That original list was based on 28 papers and grey reports of the scientists that have worked on the islands fish biodiversity since 1944 as well as on unpublished data gathered by the authors in the last two decades. 2) Biological records unpublished and partially available at SIB Colombia, reporting some results of several projects developed during the Seaflower Expeditions 2015, 2016 and 2017 (Acero A. 2018; Acero et al. 2018; Polanco F. 2018) and 3) species found on the deep shelves and upper slopes of the islands of the Reserve and already reported by Robertson & Van Tassell (2015) and Polanco F. (2015). During the expeditions organized by the CCO data were collected by scuba diving as well as snorkeling (total of 250 man-hours of underwater observation). Material collected or photographically recorded by other researchers and expedition members was used when pertinent. In the case of Serranilla, seven species come from videos taken by the project “Elasmobranch diversity and abundance estimates using baited remote underwater video stations” developed by team of researchers from the Colombia Azul Foundation, the Universidad de los Andes and the Florida International University.

Área de Estudio The San Andrés, Old Providence and Santa Catalina archipelago (Colombia) occupies an important, but relatively small, portion of the central western Caribbean Sea between 82 and 86 °W meridians and 12 and 16 °N parallels. The three main islands are populated by raizales, mainland Colombians, and foreigners, mainly traders. Small islands are kept under protection by organic members of the Colombian Navy. The archipelago includes about three fourths of the more than a hundred Colombian coral formations. Since 2014 the Colombian government (Comisión Colombiana del Océano, CCO) has been organizing an annual scientific expedition to the Reserve. So far three northern islands have been intensively sampled: Roncador (2015), Serrana (2016), and Serranilla (2017).
Control de Calidad Scientific names follow the Catalog of Fishes (Eschmeyer et al., 2018) and the classification follows Eschmeyer et al. (2018) for cartilaginous fishes and Betancur-R. et al. (2017) for bony fishes.

Descripción de la metodología paso a paso:

  1. The included dataset comprises a depurated inventory of the fish species reported from the northern area of the Reserva, that is the three islands already mentioned and Quitasueño, the larger and more western island, which has not been yet the official target of an expedition. The dataset include all the fish species seen during the expeditions carried upon between 2015 and 2017 to the islands of Roncador, Serrana, and Serranilla (Table 1) plus the reports previously published in Bolaños-Cubillos et al. (2015), Polanco F. (2015) and Robertson & Van Tassell (2015).

Referencias Bibliográficas

  1. Betancur-R., R., E.O. Wiley, G. Arratia, A. Acero, N. Bailly, M. Miya, G. Lecointre & G. Ortí. 2017. Phylogenetic classification of bony fishes. BMC Evolutionary Biology, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-017-0958-3
  2. Bolaños-Cubillos, N., A. Abril, H. Bent Hooker, J.P. Caldas & A. Acero P. 2015. Lista de peces conocidos del archipiélago de San Andrés, Providencia y Santa Catalina, Reserva de Biosfera Seaflower, Caribe occidental colombiano. Bol. Invest. Mar. Cost. 44 (1): 127-162.
  3. Chasqui V., L., A. Polanco F., A. Acero P., P.A. Mejía-Falla, A.F. Navia, L.A. Zapata & J.P. Caldas (Eds.). 2017. Libro rojo de peces marinos de Colombia. Serie Publicaciones Generales Invemar 93, Santa Marta. 552 p.
  4. Eschmeyer, W. N., R. Fricke & R. van der Laan (eds). Catalog of fishes: Genera, species, references. (http://researcharchive.calacademy.org/research/ichthyology/catalog/fishcatmain.asp). Electronic version accessed 2018. http://researcharchive.calacademy.org/research/ichthyology/catalog/fishcatmain.asp
  5. Polanco F., A. 2015. Dynamics of the continental slope demersal fish community in the Colombian Caribbean. Doctoral dissertation, Universidad Nacional de Colombia and Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, 189 p.
  6. Robertson, D.R. & J. Van Tassell. 2015.Shorefishes of the Greater Caribbean: online information system. Version 1.0 Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Balboa, Panamá. http://biogeodb.stri.si.edu/caribbean/en/pages
  7. Acero A. 2018. Biodiversidad íctica de la Isla Cayo Serrana durante la Expedición Seaflower 2016 - Proyecto Colombia BIO. Version 2.4. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Occurrence dataset https://doi.org/10.15472/awzfyz accessed via GBIF.org on 2018-08-14.
  8. Acero P. A, A, Polanco F., J.J. Tavera, N. Bolaños-Cubillos. 2018. Fish_biodiversity_in_three_northern_islands_of_the_Seaflower_Biosphere_Reserve_Colombian_Caribbean. v1. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Dataset/Checklist. https://ipt.biodiversidad.co/sibm/resource?r=fish_biodiversity_northern_islands_seaflower_biosphere_reserve_colombian_caribbean&v=1.0

Metadatos Adicionales

This dataset is described in a datareport published in Frontiers in Marine Science, section Marine Evolutionary Biology, Biogeography and Species Diversity. in the following link: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2019.00113

Identificadores Alternativos 10.15472/7rocx4
d8e8b1bf-0b56-4cc0-bf75-c9283fad4aa2
https://ipt.biodiversidad.co/sibm/resource?r=fish_biodiversity_northern_islands_seaflower_biosphere_reserve_colombian_caribbean