Occurrence

Biological records of potentially host plants of mexican wild bees identified from iNaturalist

Latest version published by Test Organization #1 on 25 May 2022 Test Organization #1
Biological records of potentially nutrient plants of mexican wild bees identified from Naturalista (Mexican iNaturalist Node) observations. This is an interinstitutional effort for taxonomic curation and mobilization of plant observations that appear in photos of bees compiled by the project “Xicotli Data: Native Bees and their flowers” (https://www.naturalista.mx/projects/xicotli-data-abejas-mexicanas-y-sus-flores). It seeks to maximize the use of the available observations in Naturalista. Thus, it is expected to contribute to the documentation of the native plant-bee interactions. This dataset is made up of a metadata and three tables: 1) occurrences; 2) ecomorphological attributes (see details here), and 3) type of interaction with the bee (see details here). Taxonomic determination fro... More
Publication date:
25 May 2022
License:
CC-BY 4.0

Description

Biological records of potentially nutrient plants of mexican wild bees identified from Naturalista (Mexican iNaturalist Node) observations. This is an interinstitutional effort for taxonomic curation and mobilization of plant observations that appear in photos of bees compiled by the project “Xicotli Data: Native Bees and their flowers” (https://www.naturalista.mx/projects/xicotli-data-abejas-mexicanas-y-sus-flores). It seeks to maximize the use of the available observations in Naturalista. Thus, it is expected to contribute to the documentation of the native plant-bee interactions. This dataset is made up of a metadata and three tables: 1) occurrences; 2) ecomorphological attributes (see details here), and 3) type of interaction with the bee (see details here). Taxonomic determination from photographs is a great challenge. However, experts plant taxonomists carried out the curation of the observations from specialized literature (i.e., taxonomic descriptions and catalogues) and comparison with specimens from two Mexican herbaria: IEB-“Graciela Calderón and Jerzy Rzedowski ” (http://inecolbajio.com/index.php#) and MEXU-UNAM (http://www.ib.unam.mx/botanica/herbario/) applied a very conservative protocol that guarantees the greatest possible veracity of the taxonomic determinations. This dataset has been generated within the framework of the project “Integration of biodiversity data of wild bee-plant interactions in Mexico” (https://www.gbif.org/es/project/BID-CA2020-021-NAC/integration-of-biodiversity-data-of-wild-bee-plant-interactions-in-mexico). The original Naturalista data can be consulted on the following resources: https://www.gbif.org/occurrence/download/0200063-210914110416597 and https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6522118

Data Records

The data in this occurrence 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 1,716 records.

2 extension data tables also exist. An extension record supplies extra information about a core record. The number of records in each extension data table is illustrated below.

  • Occurrence (core)
    1716
  • ResourceRelationship 
    2512
  • MeasurementOrFacts 
    881

This IPT archives the data and thus serves as the data repository. The data and resource metadata are available for download in the downloads section. The versions table lists other versions of the resource that have been made publicly available and allows tracking changes made to the resource over time.

Downloads

Download the latest version of this resource data as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A) or the resource metadata as EML or RTF:

Data as a DwC-A file download 1,716 records in Spanish (267 kB) - Update frequency: irregular
Metadata as an EML file download in English (31 kB)
Metadata as an RTF file download in English (12 kB)

Versions

The table below shows only published versions of the resource that are publicly accessible.

How to cite

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Bedolla García B Y, Madrigal González D, Mérida J, González-Vanegas P A, Barrios J M, Cultid-Medina C A (2022): Registros biológicos de plantas potencialmente nutricias de abejas nativas mexicanas identificadas a partir de observaciones de Naturalista.

Rights

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The publisher and rights holder of this work is Test Organization #1. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) 4.0 License.

GBIF Registration

This resource has been registered with GBIF, and assigned the following GBIF UUID: f29da50b-25ba-49a0-a7de-aa60fe137849.  Test Organization #1 publishes this resource, and is itself registered in GBIF as a data publisher endorsed by GBIF Secretariat.

Keywords

Occurrence; Occurrence

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Juan M Barrios
Investigador
CONABIO
Liga Periférico - Insurgentes Sur 4903 Parques del Pedregal
14010 Tlalpan
CDMX
MX
Carlos Andres Cultid-Medina
Investigador
CONACYT-INECOL. Centro Regional del Bajío
Lazaro Cárdenas 253, Col. Centro
61608 Pátzcuaro
Michoacán
MX
https://bpnlab.wordpress.com/
Jorge Mérida
Estudiante de doctorado, curador de la Colección de Abejas Ecosur (ECOAB)
ECOSUR
Carretera Panamericana y Periférico Sur S/N, Barrio de María Auxiliadora
29290 San Cristobal de las Casas
Chiapas
MX
Paola Andrea González-Vanegas
Profesional en entomología
Brenda Yudith Bedolla García
Técnico titular
INECOL. Centro Regional del Bajío
Lazaro Cárdenas 253, Col. Centro
61608 Pátzcuaro
Michoacán
MX
Daniel Madrigal González

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Juan M Barrios
Investigador
CONABIO
Liga Periférico - Insurgentes Sur 4903 Parques del Pedregal
14010 Tlalpan
CDMX
MX
Raúl Sierra-Alcocer
Coordinador de Ecoinformática
CONABIO
Liga Periférico - Insurgentes Sur 4903 Parques del Pedregal
14010 Tlalpan
CDMX
MX
Carlos Andres Cultid-Medina
Investigador
CONACYT-INECOL. Centro Regional del Bajío
Lazaro Cárdenas 253, Col. Centro
61608 Pátzcuaro
Michoacán
MX
https://bpnlab.wordpress.com/
Brenda Yudith Bedolla García
Técnico titular
INECOL. Centro Regional del Bajío
Lazaro Cárdenas 253, Col. Centro
61608 Pátzcuaro
Michoacán
MX

Who filled in the metadata:

Juan M Barrios
Investigador
CONABIO
Liga Periférico - Insurgentes Sur 4903 Parques del Pedregal
14010 Tlalpan
CDMX
MX

Who else was associated with the resource:

Reviewer
Pilar Rodríguez
Programmer
Juan Carlos López-Enriquez
Desarrollador

Geographic Coverage

Mexico

Bounding Coordinates South West [14.35, -117.246], North East [32.658, -86.748]

Taxonomic Coverage

No Description available

Family  Asphodelaceae,  Rosaceae,  Euphorbiaceae,  Onagraceae,  Asteraceae,  Solanaceae,  Lamiaceae,  Passifloraceae,  Moringaceae,  Brassicaceae,  Oxalidaceae,  Verbenaceae,  Lythraceae,  Namaceae,  Pontederiaceae,  Rutaceae,  Cactaceae,  Fabaceae,  Acanthaceae,  Araceae,  Musaceae,  Crassulaceae,  Polygonaceae,  Scrophulariaceae,  Amaryllidaceae,  Iridaceae,  Nyctaginaceae,  Cucurbitaceae,  Bixaceae,  Bignoniaceae,  Malvaceae,  Begoniaceae,  Rubiaceae,  Convolvulaceae,  Apiaceae,  Polemoniaceae,  Poaceae,  Apocynaceae,  Cannaceae,  Plantaginaceae,  Ericaceae,  Polygalaceae,  Sapindaceae,  Malpighiaceae,  Portulacaceae,  Aizoaceae,  Phytolaccaceae,  Hydrophyllaceae,  Plumbaginaceae,  Meliaceae,  Tropaeolaceae,  Papaveraceae,  Balsaminaceae,  Commelinaceae,  Asparagaceae,  Myrtaceae,  Strelitziaceae,  Orchidaceae,  Zygophyllaceae,  Gesneriaceae,  Cordiaceae,  Campanulaceae,  Amaranthaceae,  Heliconiaceae,  Boraginaceae,  Melastomataceae,  Nymphaeaceae

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2009-07-17 / 2022-02-26

Project Data

Mexico’s National Biodiversity Information System (SNIB) identifies 1,740 species of wild bees. While 95 per cent of those have geographic records and other relevant information, ecological data about interacting plants are scarce and fragmented. Increasing our knowledge about their role as pollinators is crucial to maintaining ecosystem functions and the sustainability of many crops (e.g., chile, tomato, coffee, avocado). This project aims to mobilize and integrate information about the interactions between Mexican wild bees and host plants (wild and cultivated) by: * proposing a data model for the monitoring of these interactions through the national (SNIB) and international (GBIF) platforms, maximizing the use of the available fields in the DarwinCore and GBIF extensions, * promoting the registration and collective verification (taxonomic and ecological) of the wild bee-plant interactions, * consolidating a rigorous and dynamic source of information for the study, management, and conservation of pollination, and * transferring the information between at least five institutions in the federal, academic and agricultural spheres.

Title Integration of biodiversity data of wild bee-plant interactions in Mexico
Identifier BID-CA2020-021-NAC
Funding BID-GBIF: BID-CA2020-021-NAC

The personnel involved in the project:

Author
Juan M Barrios
Principal Investigator
Raúl Sierra-Alcocer
Author
Paola Andrea González-Vanegas
Author
Carlos Andres Cultid-Medina
Author
Pilar Rodríguez
Author
Ramón Rivera-Camacho
Author
Brenda Yudith Bedolla García
Author
Daniel Madrigal González

Additional Metadata