Posteado por: BPP | diciembre 27, 2007

Mamíferos de Finca Hartmann en Chiriquí

Mammals of Finca Hartmann

Santa Clara, Provincia de Chiriqui, República de Panamá
8° 51′ 38″ N 82° 44′ 44″ W

WEB RESOURCE: http://www.angelfire.com/pa2/hartmann/mammals_list.htm
Compiled by Heather Maria Wilson, March 2000
Based on records from1998-2000

Contributors:Heather Wilson, Robb Kaler, Lars Pomara, Ratibor Hartmann, Sr. and Ratibor Hartmann, Jr.
Send observations & comments to :
hw_chickaree@hotmail.com

Scientific name Nombre común Español Notes
Didelphimorphia      
Didelphidae      
Didelphis marsupalis Common opossum Zorro comun Seen in road to ojos at night
Chironectes minimus Water opossum Zorro de agua Seen in creek below Ojos and creek below Hartmann’s
Philander opossum Grey four eyed opossum Zorro quatro ojos Creek below the Hartmann’s house, Casita Crk.
Xenartha      
Myrmecophagidae      
Tamandua mexicana Northern Tamandua Oso ormiguero Last seen on Finca 1996-97, Roadkills 1999
Megalonychidae      
Choloepus hoffmanni Hoffman’s two toed sloth Perrisoso 2 unas Creek below the Hartmann’s house
Bradypodidae      
Bradypus variegatus Brown throated 3 toed sloth Perrisoso 3 unas Creek below the Hartmann’s house
Dasypodidae      
Dasypus novemeinctus Nine banded armadillo Armadillo A favorite food of the Guaymi indians
Insectivora      
Soricidae      
*Cryptotis nigrescens Blackish small eared shrew Musarana *Speciman collected by R.Hartmann 1994
Chiroptera      
Phyllostomidae      
Carollia perspicillata Seba’s short tailed bat Murcielago cola corta All Carollias primarily eat fruit of Piperaceae (Candela),
Carollia brevicauda Silky short tailed bat M. cola corta de Seba A large colony inhabits the cave along the Hartmann’s creek
Sturnira ludovici Highland yellow shouldered bat M. cola corta de Hahn Most abundant bat in Ojos de Agua area
Sturnira lilium Little yellow shouldered bat M. charreteras mayor Abundant in areas with bananas
Sturnira luisi Luis’ yellow-shouldered bat M. charreteras menor Probable first record for Panama collected at Ojos (H.Wilson, R.Kaler 2000)
Artibeus intermedius Intermediate fruit eating bat M. frutero Allen Only captured at the “Y”
Artibeus jamicensis Jamaican fruit eating bat M. frutero Jamaica Hartmann’s to Ojos
Artibeus litratus Great fruit eating bat M. frutero gigante Rarely captured, once a year (Ojos & above)
Artibeus toltecus Toltec fruit-eating bat M. frutero toteca Abundant in Ojos, also captured in La Amistad
Artibeus aztecus Aztec fruit-eating bat M. frutero azteca Less frequent than A. toltecus, but captured in same areas
Demanura phaeotis Pygmy fruit-eating bat M. frutero pigmeo  
Demanura watsoni Thomas’ fruit-eating bat M. frutero Thomas Hartmann’s to Ojos
Enchistenes hartii Velvety fruit-eating bat M. frutero obscuro Possible seasonal migrants, no captures 99, abundant 2000
Platyrrhinus vittatus Greater broad nosed bat M. listado Hartmann’s to La Amistad
Desmodus rotundus Common vampire bat Vampiro comun Hartmann’s to La Amistad, esp. where domestic animals live
Vampyressa pusilla Little yellow-eared bat M. oreja amarillo menor 1-2 indiv. captured per night, Hartmann’s to Ojos
Glossophaga soricina Common long tongued bat M. lengueton comun Nectar feeder, only captured above 1700m
Hylonycteris underwoodi Hylonycteris underwoodi M. lengueton Underwood Nectar feeder, Forest above Ojos
Anoura cultrata Handley’s hairy legged bat M. rabon Handley Nectar feeder, only captured once, end of Amistad rd. 1800m
Anoura geoffroyi Geoffroy’s hairy legged bat M. rabon Geoffroy Nectar feeder, only captured along upper rd. to La Amistad
Mormoopidae      
Pteronotus parnelli Common mustached bat M. bigotudo Parnelli Gleaning insectivore, captured at the “Y”
Vespertilionidae      
Myotis nigrians Black myotis Miotis negro Insectivore, Ojos to La Amistad
Myotis keaysi Hairy-legged myotis Miotis pata peluda Insectivore, Ojos to La Amistad
Myotis oxyotis Montane myotis Miotis montana Insectivore, Ojos to La Amistad
Eptesicus brasiliensis Andean brown bat M. moreno brasileno Insectivore, Ojos to La Amistad
Lasiurus blossevilli Western red bat M. cola peluda de Blosseville Insectivore, Only captured once (Jan.1999) at Ojos de Agua
Primates      
Cebidae      
Alouatta palliata Mantled howler Mono concon Mainly heard from the forest above Ojos
Ateles geoffroyi Central American spider monkey Mono colorado Seen in trees above road to La Amistad (FG)
Cebus capuchinus White fronted capuchin Mono carita blanca “Y”, Ojos creek, Sendero B
Rodentia      
Scuridae      
Scurius granatensis Red tailed squirrel Ardilla cola roja Seen along edge of forest and coffee
Scurius variegetoides Variegated squirrel Ardilla Often seen in the pastures and coffee fields
Geomyidae      
Orthogeomys caviator Chiriqui pocket gopher Topo, Tuza Seen burrowing out of beds of Impatients
Muridae      
*Rheomys raptor hartmanni Goldman’s water mouse Raton del agua de Goldman *This subspecies was named after Ratibor (by R.K. Enders)
Reithrodontomys sumichrasti Sumichrast’s harvest mouse Raton Caught in the house at Ojos
Heteromyidae      
Heteromys demarestianus Forest spiny pocket mouse Raton  
Erethizontidae      
Coendou mexicanus Mexican porcupine Puercoespin (1999) Seen in forest above Ojos, (2000) Roadkill
Dasyproctidae      
Dasyprocta punctata Central American Agouti Cherenga Also called “Machengo”, Seen along Ojos road
Agoutidae      
Agouti paca Paca Conejo pintado Seen at the Hartmann’s house, rarely at Ojos
Lagomorpha      
Leporidae      
Sylvilagus dicei Dice’s Rabbit Muleto Seen in the coffee fields
Carnivora      
Procyonidae      
Potos flavus Kinkajou Jujuna Groups come to feed on oranges behind Tibor’s house
Nasua narica White-nosed coati Suto (F), Gato solo(M) Seen often in bananas near Ojos, also in coffee & forest
*Bassariscus sumichrasti Ring-tail, Cacomistle Gato (cola anillos) *Last seen: (1988) R.Hartmann, Speciman Cerro Pando
*Procyon lotor Northern raccoon Gato manglaro *Last seen: (1980) R.Hartmann, “Y”
Mustelidae      
Mustela frenata Long tailed weasel Leensay (2000) Seen at entrance to Sendero A
Eira barbara Tayra Oorong Seen at Ojos and in creek below the Hartmann’s house
Concepatus semistriatus Striped hog nosed skunk Zorillo Coffee fields and roads near the Hartmann’s house
Felidae      
Leopardus wiedii Margay Mani gordo Seen in creek below Ojos
Herpatilurus yaguarondi Jaguarundi Tigrillo (1998-99) Seen by Tibor & Ratibor in forest around Ojos
Puma concolor Puma Leon Huellas = Tracks seen at ojos
Panthera onca Jaguar Tigre Huellas = Tracks seen at ojos
Perisodactyla      
Tapiridae      
*Tapirus bairdii Baird’s Tapir Macho del monte *Last seen: (1960) R.Hartmann, La Amistad
Artiodactyla      
Tayassuidae      
*Tayassu pecari White lipped peccary Saino labios blancos *Last seen: (1960) R.Hartmann, Forest above Ojos
Tayassu tajacu Collared peccary Saino, Pecari Seen & more often smelled in forest leading to Amistad
Cervidae      
Mazama americana Red brocket deer Chivo, Corzo (2000) Seen in creek below Ojos

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