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Cape Verde; Amphibia; Reptilia; Specimens; Museums; Portuguese collections; Specimen
The Cape Verde Islands
|界定座標範圍||緯度南界 經度西界 [14.435, -25.862], 緯度北界 經度東界 [17.351, -22.148]|
The dataset comprises representatives of 4 families, 4 genus, 17 species and 3 subspecies of Amphibians and Reptiles.
|Family||Bufonidae, Scincidae, Phyllodactilidae, Gekkonidae|
|Genus||Sclerophrys, Chioninia, Tarentola, Hemidactylus|
|Species||Sclerophrys regularis, Chioninia delalandii, Chioninia fogoensis, Chioninia nicolauensis, Chioninia strangeri, Chioninia vaillantii, Hemidactylus angulatus, Tarentola bocagei, Tarentola caboverdiana, Tarentola darwini, Tarentola fogoensis, Tarentola gigas, Tarentola maioensis, Tarentola nicolauensis, Tarentola raziana, Tarentola rudis, Tarentola substituta|
|Subspecies||Chioninia spinalis maioensis, Tarentola protogigas hartogi, Tarentola protogigas protogigas|
|起始日期 / 結束日期||1969-01-01 / 1993-01-01|
The majority of the records of this dataset result from the Missões Zoológicas do Ultramar carried out by the former Junta de Investigação do Ultramar. Only a small part of these specimens were previously studied and published (Pinheiro 1989).
|研究範圍||The study covers part of Cape Verde Islands, which includes 7 islands (Brava, Fogo, Maio, Santiago, Santo Antão, São Nicolau and São Vicente) and two islets (Branco and Raso). The temporal distribution is mainly concentrated between the 1969 and 1972.|
|品質控管||Information from each specimen was catalogued in an Excel spreadsheet, involving two steps: i) digitization of specimen records; and ii) taxonomic revision and data checking. Nomenclature was checked through available literature (Arnold et al. 2008; Miralles et al. 2010; Vasconcelos et al. 2012), The Reptile Database [http://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/], and the Amphibia Species of the World v.6.0 [http://research.amnh.org/vz/herpetology/amphibia/]. Georeferencing followed the recommendations by Chapman and Wieczorek (2006), including the determination of uncertainty of coordinates, in particular when insufficient information was available from specimens' records and labels to attribute a specific locality (e.g. names of riversides, properties, etc.).|
- The herpetological collections were catalogued using the software Microsoft Excel. We conducted extensive shelf surveys to locate all the remaining Cape Verde specimens of amphibians and reptiles. After locating the specimens, basic curatorial procedures were taken. Each jar was cleaned, and ethanol or formalin was changed to 70% etanol gradually. In certain cases jars were substituted as they were cracked or were otherwise not reliably sealable. All the information linked to the survinving specimens and/or jars were collected, copied, and linked to the specimen. After completion of curatorial activities, each specimen was identified to the species and/or subspecies level. The identification of the specimens was accomplished by consulting the most updated available literature sources and followed the currently accepted nomenclature. Additionally, the specimens' original information was re-checked at this phase, comparing the label data with surviving original field books and catalgoues, in order to screen for any initial cataloguing errors. The collecting locality for each bibliographic reference was georeferenced using the published Lepidoptera paper from Mendes & Bivar de Sousa (2010). When no data were available in Mendes & Bivar de Sousa (2010), or in the recent publications, we used "GEOLocate online application" (http://www.museum.tulane.edu/geolocate/) for georeferencing the locality cited . The uncertainty of georeferenced localities was recorded whenever possible. For some records it was not possible to determine the coordinates due to insufficient location information. All coordinates are given in geographic format, decimal degrees, datum WGS 84.
|蒐藏名稱||Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical|
|管理單位||計數 1,747 +/- 0 specimens|
- Pinheiro, M. (1989) Mabuya delalandii (Dum. & Bibr.) e Mabuya vaillanti Blgr. (Sauria, Scincidae) do arquipélago de Cabo Verde. Garcia de Orta, Sér. Zool., Lisboa 13 (1-2): 49-55.
- Vasconcelos, R., Perera, A., Geniez, P., Harris, D.J. and Carranza, S. (2012) An integrative taxonomic revision of the Tarentola geckos (Squamata, Phyllodactylidae) of the Cape Verde Islands. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 164: 328-360.
- Miralles, A., Vaconcelos, R., Perera, A., Harris, D.J. and Carranza, S. (2010) An integrative taxonomic revision of the Cape Verdean skinks (Squamata, Scincidae). Zoological Scripta,40 (1): 16-44.
- Arnold, E.N., Vasconcelos, R., Harris, D.J., Mateo, J.A. and Carranza, S. (2008) Systematics, biogeographty and evolution of the endemic Hemidactylus geckos (Reptilia, Squamata, Gekkonidae) of the Cape Verde Islands: based on morphology and mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences. Zoologica Scripta, 97 (6): 619-639.