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      Murciélagos (Chiroptera) del departamento del Tolima, Colombia: diversidad en un bosque húmedo tropical y actualización de la lista de especies del departamento Translated title: Bats (Chiroptera) in the department of Tolima, Colombia: diversity in a humid tropical forest and updated species list for Department

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          Resumen Introducción. Los murciélagos (Chiroptera) representan el orden de mamíferos con mayor número de especies en Colombia, sin embargo, aún son escasos los estudios sobre la diversidad de este grupo taxonómico en algunas regiones del país. Objetivo. Describir la diversidad taxonómica de murciélagos en un bosque húmedo tropical (Reserva Agroecológica Santa Librada: RASL) en el departamento del Tolima, Colombia, y actualizar la lista de especies de los murciélagos en el departamento. Metodología. Se realizaron muestreos sistemáticos utilizando cinco redes de niebla y capturas manuales entre el 2016 y 2018 en la RASL, así como una revisión exhaustiva de registros sobre murciélagos del Tolima, a partir de fuentes literarias y especímenes en museos. Resultados. Para la RASL se registraron 19 especies pertenecientes a 13 géneros y 4 familias. Phyllostomidae fue la familia más representativa con 191 registros. Para el departamento se confirma la presencia de 99 especies de murciélagos. Conclusiones. La diversidad de murciélagos en el departamento del Tolima es mayor de lo que se ha considerado. Se adicionan 18 registros a la lista departamental y se identifican algunos vacíos de información y errores que pueden ser fuente de malas interpretaciones sobre la diversidad de murciélagos del Tolima reportada en la literatura. Finalmente, se reconoce la importancia de los parches de bosque húmedo tropical al norte del Tolima como sitios que albergan una alta diversidad de murciélagos, en su mayoría inexplorada.

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          Abstract Introduction. Bats (Chiroptera) represent the mammalian order with the highest number of species in Colombia, however, the studies on the diversity of this taxonomic group in some regions of the country are scarce. Objectives. The aim of this work is to describe the taxonomic diversity of bats in a humid tropical forest, (Santa Librada Agroecological Reserve, SLAR), in the department of Tolima, Colombia, and to update the bat species checklist and the state of knowledge of bats in the Department of Tolima. Methods. We performed field work sampling using 5 mist-nets and manual captures between 2016 and 2018 in SLAR, as well as, an exhaustive review of bat records of Tolima, from different sources and specimens in museums. Results. For the SLAR, we registered 19 species belonging to 13 genera and 4 families. Phyllostomidae was the most representative family with 191 records. Conclusions. Bats diversity at the Department of Tolima is greater than the previously reported. We included 18 additional species to the Department checklist and identified some information gaps and errors in the literature that might be a source of misunderstandings about the diversity of bats of Tolima. Finally, the patches of tropical humid forest at the north Tolima are recognized as important areas that host a high diversity of bats, mostly unexplored.

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                bccm
                Boletín Científico. Centro de Museos. Museo de Historia Natural
                Bol. Cient. Mus. Hist. Nat. Univ. Caldas
                Universidad de Caldas. Vicerrectoría de Investigaciones y Postgrados (Manizales, Caldas, Colombia )
                0123-3068
                July 2020
                : 24
                : 2
                : 71-99
                Affiliations
                Manizales Caldas orgnameUniversidad de Caldas Colombia
                Bogotá Arauca orgnameUniversidad Nacional de Colombia Colombia sapenat@ 123456correo.udistrital.edu.co
                Manizales Caldas orgnameUniversidad de Caldas Colombia hector.ramirez@ 123456ucaldas.edu.co
                Bogotá Bogotá orgnameUniversidad Incca de Colombia Colombia caayac@ 123456unincca.edu.co
                Porto Alegre Rio Grande do Sul orgnameUniversidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Brazil
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                S0123-30682020000200071 S0123-3068(20)02400200071
                10.17151/bccm.2020.24.2.6

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