Floristic and ethnobotanical study in the municipalities of Tlatauquitepec and Yaonahuac, Sierra Nororiental de Puebla (Gettysburg College)

This collection is part of a series of community-based floristic and ethnobotanical studies that form part of a project directed by Jonathan D. Amith. Two teams of two botanists each collected monthly (approx. 8 days/month) in: (1) San Juan Tahitic, municipality Zacapoaxtla, (2) Zongozotla, munic. Zongozotla,(3) Atlequizayán, munic. Atlequizayán, (4) Rosa de Castilla, munic. Zautla; (5) Cuauhtémoc, munic. Ayotoxco, (6) Yoloctzin and Paso Real, municipalities Tlatlauquitepec y Yaonahuac, respectively. The leaders of the two teams were Canek Ledesma Corral (1–3) and Miriam Jímenez Chimil (4–6). In addition, Ledesma was director in charge of managing and coordinating the two teams, overseeing goal attainment, administering the collections database and organizing the in situ photographs. The teams included two Nahuat-speaking biologists: Mariano Gorostiza Salazar (S. Mig. Tzinacapan) and Anastasio Sotero Hernández (S. Juan Tahitic) who in addition to their responsibilities for collection, photography, and maintaining field notes contributed their knowledge of Indigenous nomenclature, classification, and use of plants. In year 2, Osbel López Francisco, a Totonac speaker and biologist from Zongozotla, joined the project.

Status of documentation: The Tlatlauquitepec and Yaonahuac project team was Miriam Jiménez Chimil and both Mariano Gorostiza and Anastasio Sotero (alternatively). The major Nahuat-speaking consultants were Patricio Ramos, Gil Guerrero, and Lauro Ortega (all from Yoloctzin). The results include 103 collections and 287 in situ photographs.

Funding support: Generous support for floristic and ethnobotanical research was provided by the National Science Foundation, Documenting Endangered Languages; National Endowment for the Humanities, Preservation and Access; the Endangered Language Documentation Programme (School of Oriental and African Studies, London); and the Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (Mexico).

Contactos: Jonathan D. Amith,
Tipo de Colección: Preserved Specimens
Administración: Datos en vivo administrados directamente dentro del portal de datos
Identificador único Global: 1eb7500e-b7af-48f9-af7c-f53658cbb03a
Metadata Digital: EML File
Propietario de Derechos: Jonathan D. Amith
Estadísticas de Colección
  • 103 registros de especímenes
  • 103 (100%) georeferenciado
  • 103 (100%) con imágenes
  • 71 (69%) identificado a las especies
  • 45 familias
  • 79 géneros
  • 68 especies
  • 69 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
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