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Taxonomic diversity of fish larvae from Bahía Magdalena and adjacent neritic zone (priority coastal area No. 4)
DataSet on Mammals from North America
The Bahía Magdalena-Almejas lagoon system, the largest in the Mexican Pacific, maintains a relationship with the ocean through three mouths that favor the exchange of water and marine fauna.
Restoration of flora and repopulation of native fauna on 1,000 hectares for the restoration of the coastal biological corridor in Laguna Madre, Tamaulipas
DataSet on Birds from North America
The Tamaulipas scrub is a unique ecosystem found only in northeastern Mexico and southern Texas. It provides food, nesting sites, and shelter for many wild species.
DataSet on Fish from North America
The Centro del Corredor Costero-Yucatán (CBCY) is an unprotected area, whose industrial and commercial development has caused the destruction of wetlands, endangering their biodiversity.
DataSet on Animals from North America
The coastal region of the state of Yucatan is known for its great biological wealth, an example of this is the number and size of the protected areas declared in the state.
Databases of Tanaidaceos (Crustacea: Peracarida) from the Mexican Caribbean Sea and Pelagic Polychaetes from the Gulf of Mexico and the Mexican Caribbean Sea
DataSet on Crustacea from North America
The Tanaidaceae are a group of marine crustaceans that is very little studied in Mexico and practically unknown in the Western Caribbean Sea. They inhabit from the coastal zones up to 9,000 m deep.