Checklist

Checklist of the arthropod fauna of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range (Almería and Granada, Spain)

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Description

This dataset contains the list of taxa of the arthropod fauna of Sierra Nevada Mountain range (Almería & Granada, Spain) presented in the form of a table adapted to the standard Darwin Core format. It includes the arthropod species and subspecies cited for the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, as well as their corresponding genera and families, with a total of 3953 records represented as 6 classes, 33 orders, 268 families, 1884 genera and 3940 species (of which 169 are endemic). Some species whose presence is not fully confirmed (86) have also been included. The main source we have used is the book Ruano et al. 2013, “Los Insectos de Sierra Nevada. 200 años de historia". Moreover, we have completed the list with those taxa cited in the scientific literature after the publication of this book, or not included in it (see Bibliography section). We have checked all the taxa names with the GBIF Backbone Taxonomy tool and, when not found in this database, with the Iberian Fauna Data Bank (http://iberfauna.mncn.csic.es/). When it was impossible to find the taxa with the cited tools, we consulted the opinion of the corresponding Iberian group's specialist. In any case, the criteria of coherence, relevance and topicality have always been considered. Part of this material belongs to the scientific collections of the Zoology Department of the University of Granada and can be accessed at https://ccz.ugr.es/.

Data Records

The data in this checklist resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 3,953 records.

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How to cite

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Tinaut A, Sandoval Cortés P J, Aguayo Becerra D, Ruano Díaz F, Tierno de Figueroa J M (2022): Checklist of the arthropod fauna of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range (Almería and Granada, Spain). v2.7. Dept. of Zoology, Faculty of Science, University of Granada. Dataset/Checklist. https://doi.org/10.15470/nt5nsx

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Keywords

Sierra Nevada; arthropod fauna; Almería; Granada; España; Checklist; Regional Inventory

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Alberto Tinaut
Researcher
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958243231
Pedro J. Sandoval Cortés
Technician
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958245141
Daniel Aguayo Becerra
Technician
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958245141
Francisca Ruano Díaz
Researcher
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958241000 ext. 20064
J. Manuel Tierno de Figueroa
Researcher
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958241000 ext. 20099

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Pedro J. Sandoval Cortés
Technician
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958245141
Daniel Aguayo Becerra
Technician
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958245141

Who filled in the metadata:

Pedro J. Sandoval Cortés
Technician
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958245141
Daniel Aguayo Becerra
Technician
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958245141
Alberto Tinaut
Researcher
Department of Zoology. University of Granada
Campus Fuentenueva s/n
18071 Granada
Granada
ES
+34 958243231

Geographic Coverage

This dataset covers the entire Sierra Nevada Mountain range, from east to west and from north to south, including the 44 municipalities that officially form part of the Sierra Nevada Natural Space, belonging to the provinces of Almería and Granada, from above 900 meters in altitude up to the high peaks. It also includes other localities which, without forming part of this protected area, are located on the slopes of this mountain.

Bounding Coordinates South West [36.927, -3.571], North East [37.23, -2.646]

Taxonomic Coverage

This dataset on the artrhopod fauna of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range includes those arthropod species that have been recorded in this territory, as well as their corresponding genera, families, orders, and classes.

Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Arthropoda
Class Arachnida, Collembola, Diplopoda, Entognatha, Insecta, Malacostraca
Order Araneae, Pseudoscorpiones, Trombidiformes, Poduromorpha, Symphypleona, Chordeumatida, Julida, Polydesmida, Polyxenida, Diplura, Archaeognatha, Blattodea, Coleoptera, Dermaptera, Diptera, Ephemeroptera, Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, Mecoptera, Megaloptera, Neuroptera, Odonata, Orthoptera, Phasmida, Plecoptera, Raphidioptera, Trichoptera, Zygentoma, Isopoda, Scorpiones, Entomobryomorpha

Temporal Coverage

Formation Period 1813-2021

Sampling Methods

This project began 15 years ago and initially consisted of completing the list of insect species, in the first place, and of the rest of the arthropods cited for Sierra Nevada. In the current phase, a dataset has been created and is visible through GBIF, which is intended to be updated periodically.

Study Extent This dataset covers the entire Sierra Nevada Mountain range, from east to west and from north to south, including the 44 municipalities that officially form part of the Sierra Nevada Natural Space, belonging to the provinces of Almería and Granada, from above 900 meters in altitude up to the high peaks.

Method step description:

  1. In a first phase, in which especially the articles that appeared during the 19th century were not easily available, we have reviewed the bibliography of works describing new species from this massif. We have also reviewed the bibliographical sources deposited in the following museums: Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales de Madrid, Museo de Zoología de Barcelona, Instituto Experimental de Zonas áridas (Almería), Estación Biológica de Doñana (Sevilla), Museé d’ Histoire Naturale (París), Zoological Institute (Basel), Central Library (Zurich) and British Museum of Natural History (London). The bibliographic bases of the Citation Index, ICYT and Spanish Index of Science and Technology were also consulted. The Zoological Records have been revised since 1865. Finally, we have had the help of different specialists, which has allowed us to complete some references and, in some cases, to facilitate the search. For the works of the second half of the 20th century and the current century we searched through different search engines such as Google Scholar and WOS. In all cases, the references obtained were in turn used as a source of information by consulting the bibliography contained in them to complete our database.
  2. In a second phase, once the list of the Sierra Nevada arthropodfauna cited in the bibliography was obtained, a thorough process of standardization and verification of the fields included in the checklist was carried out (following the criteria of the DwC-A template for this type of dataset) as well as taxonomic validation using the GBIF Species Name Matching tool. Subsequently, the final dataset (metadata and data table) was published and shared through the Integrated Publishing Toolkit (IPT) on the GBIF data portal.

Bibliographic Citations

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  2. Assing, V., 2009. On some Oxypoda species of the subgenus Sphenoma MANNERHEIM (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae). Linzer biologische Beiträge 41 (2): 1314. doi: 10.5281/zenodo.5276637
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  4. Beron, P., 2002. On the high altitude pseudoscorpions (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpionida) in the Old World. Historia Naturalis Bulgarica 14:29–44
  5. Bohn, H., 1991. Revision of the Loboptera species of Spain (Blattaria: Blattellidae). Entomologica Scandinavica, 21: 369-403.
  6. Carles-Tolrá, M., Tinaut, A. Gilgado, J. y Ortuño, V., 2018. Presence of Crumomyia glacialis (Meigen, 1830) (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae) in the Sierra Nevada and Sierra de Guadarrama National Parks (spain): first record from the Iberian Peninsula, and evidence of its presence in the mesovoid shallow substratum. Boletín Sociedad Entomológica Aragonesa, 63: 182-186.
  7. Carles-Tolrá, M., Tinaut, A., & Gilgado, J. D., 2020. Parochthiphila (Euestelia) verrucosa n. sp.: a new chamaemyiid species from Spain collected in Sierra Nevada National Park (Diptera, Chamaemyiidae). Boletín de la Asociación Española de Entomología, 44(1), 149-158.
  8. Cejas, D. et al., 2018. Searching for molecular markers to differentiate Bombus terrestris (Linnaeus) subspecies in the Iberian Peninsula. Sociobiology, 65(4): 558-565.
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