Mamíferos del departamento del Tolima: distribución y estado de conservación

@article{GarcaHerera2019MamferosDD,
  title={Mam{\'i}feros del departamento del Tolima: distribuci{\'o}n y estado de conservaci{\'o}n},
  author={Leidy Viviana Garc{\'i}a-Herera and Leidy A. Ram{\'i}rez-Fr{\'a}ncel and Gladys Reinoso-Fl{\'o}rez},
  journal={Revista U.D.C.A Actualidad \& Divulgaci{\'o}n Cient{\'i}fica},
  year={2019}
}
The mastozoologica study of the department of Tolima has increased in recent years, however, this information has not been compiled, nor updated, so as to identify distribution and taxonomic errors in order to identify research and conservation priorities. In order to synthesize the information on mammals from this Department, here a compilation of information from voucher specimens from Coleccion Zoologica de la Universidad del Tolima (CZUT-M), Museo Javeriano de Historia Natural Lorenzo Uribe… 
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