Proporción sexual de la comunidad de pseudoescorpiones (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones) en bosque de manglar, San Antero-Córdoba, Caribe colombiano

Edwin Bedoya-Roqueme, Jorge Quiros R.

Resumen


En poblaciones de pseudoescorpiones en fragmentos de bosque de manglar del departamento de Córdoba, Caribe colombiano, se realizó un estudio sobre proporción sexual y periodos de reproducción. Se colectaron 1.037 individuos distribuidos en cinco familias y seis especies. La mayoría de las especies presentó una proporción sexual 1:1, y periodos de reproducción univoltinos, sin embargo, Epactiochernes sp., registró una proporción sexual sesgada hacia las hembras y Serianus aff. carolinensis, presento periodos bivoltinos. La proporción sexual exhibida por la mayoría de las especies y los periodos de reproducción sugieren que, su estrategia selectiva ligada a la reproducción, se encuentra ajustada a las épocas climáticas de los bosques de manglar, relacionado con la exclusividad de las especies en los microhábitat donde se desenvuelven.


Palabras clave


Microhábitat; estructura; fenología; ciclo de vida; dimorfismo sexual.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24188/recia.v9.n1.2017.493

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