Consideraciones sobre la sistemática de dos especies de murciélagos nectarívoros (Anoura caudifer y A. geoffroyi) basados en secuencias de barcoding

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Title Consideraciones sobre la sistemática de dos especies de murciélagos nectarívoros (Anoura caudifer y A. geoffroyi) basados en secuencias de barcoding

Systematic considerations on two species of nectarivorous bats (Anoura caudifer and A. geoffroyi) based on barcoding sequences
 
Creator Vargas Arboleda, Andrés Felipe
Cuadrado-Rios, Sebastían
Mantilla-Meluk, Hugo
 
Subject Biology; Taxonomy; Mastozoology; Chiropterology
Genetic diversity; gene flow; Ecuadorian pacific; tailless bat
Biología; Taxonomía; Mastozoología; Quiropterología
Diversidad genética; flujo génico; murciélagos sin cola; pacifico ecuatoriano; taxonomía


 
Description La reciente atención taxonómica recibida por los murciélagos de cola corta representantes del género Anoura (Glossophaginae: Anourina), ha resultado en el reconocimiento de especies completas a partir de subespecies pertenecientes a los complejos de especies llamadas Anoura caudifer y A. geoffroyi. La amplia región en la que se distribuye el género muestra una alta complejidad en el Caribe, América Central y del Sur, incluye una gran complejidad ecológica y características geográficas como los Andes y el Istmo de Panamá, previamente identificadas como barreras naturales que restringen el flujo de genes para otros taxones de filostómidos, siendo potencialmente responsable de la estructura geográfica entre las subpoblaciones de Anoura. A la fecha, la contribución de los factores biogeográficos en la divergencia genética del género no se ha investigado. Utilizamos secuencias de código de barras (citocromo oxidasa subunidad I, COI) para analizar estos factores en las poblaciones de los complejos A. caudifer y A. geoffroyi en América Central y América del Sur. Nuestros análisis respaldan la estructura geográfica de las poblaciones centroamericanas previamente identificadas como A. geoffroyi lasiopyga, lo que sugiere la necesidad de cambiar su estado taxonómico a nivel de especie. Nuestros análisis también resaltan la diversidad no reconocida dentro del complejo A. caudifer para la costa del Pacífico en el norte de Ecuador.

As a product of recent revisions of the nectivore bat genus Anoura (Glossophaginae: Anourina), new species have been described, and several taxa have been elevated to the specific level in the so-called Anoura caudifer and A. geoffroyi species complexes in the last four decades. The genus has a wide distribution across regions of high ecological complexity, including geographic features, such as the Andes and the Isthmus of Panamá, previously identified as natural barriers that restrict gene flow in other phyllostomid bat genera. Up to date, no analyses have been conducted to investigate the contribution of biogeographic factors on the genetic divergence of the genus. In this work, we analyze barcoding DNA sequences (cytochrome oxidase subunit I, COI) to test for geographic structure among Central and South American populations of the A. caudifer and A. geoffroyi complexes. Our analyses show geographic structure for populations previously identified as the A. geoffroyi lasiopyga, suggesting an independent evolutionary fate for Central American representatives of the genus. We also highlight the presence of unrecognized diversity within the A. caudifer complex from the Pacific coast of northern Ecuador.
 
Publisher Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Bogotá - Faculdad de Ciencias - Departamento de Biología
 
Contributor Universidad del Quindío
 
Date 2020-05-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/actabiol/article/view/75848
10.15446/abc.v25n2.75848
 
Source Acta Biológica Colombiana; Vol. 25, Núm. 2 (2020): En prensa / In press
Acta Biológica Colombiana; Vol. 25, Núm. 2 (2020): En prensa / In press
1900-1649
0120-548X
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://revistas.unal.edu.co/index.php/actabiol/article/view/75848/pdf
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