Pico de Orizaba National Park
Basic information
Sample name: Pico de Orizaba National Park

Reference: R. Serna-Lagunes, L. R. Alvarez-Oseguera, D. M. Avila-Nájera, O. R. Leyva-Ovalle, P. Andrés-Meza, and B. Tigar. 2019. Temporal overlap in the activity of Lynx rufus and Canis latrans and their potential prey in the Pico de Orizaba National Park, Mexico. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 42(1):153-161 [ER 3016]
Country: Mexico
State: Puebla

Coordinate: 19° 3' N, 97° 17' W
Basis of coordinate: estimated from map
Geography comments: "This park consists of 19, 756 ha in the Tlachichuca, Chalchicomula de Sesma and Atzitzintla municipalities in Puebla State, and the Chalcahualco and La Perla municipalities in Veracruz State"
Climate and habitat
Habitat: montane grassland
Protection: national/state park
Substrate: ground surface
Disturbance: grazing, selective logging
Habitat comments: "at risk of overgrazing by livestock, forest fires, and deforestation due to illegal logging"
map indicates that traps were in the "subalpine vegetation" zone (above "pine forest" and below "mountain scrub") from 3000 to 4000 m
Life forms: carnivores, rodents, other large mammals, other small mammals
Sampling methods: no design, automatic cameras
Sample size: 190
Nets or traps: 14
Net or trap nights: 5110
Camera type: digital
Trap spacing: 2.000
Sampling comments: "Fourteen passive infrared sensor cameras (Cuddeback 1231 and Black Flash E3®) were sited in areas where mammals had been seen in a pilot study... with a distance between 1–3 km one from another. The cameras operated 24 h/day for 12 months (January–December 2017). They were placed 40 cm above ground level on tree trunks"
28 indeterminate rodents were also photographed
Sample: 3247
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2019-03-08 21:19:50
Modified: 2019-03-08 21:20:33
Abundance distribution
9 species
1 singleton
total count 190
extrapolated richness: 10.6
Fisher's α: 1.964
geometric series k: 0.6214
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.8213
Shannon's H: 1.8400
Good's u: 0.9947
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.