Gazetteer of locality records for the genus Castoria. This gazetteer summarizes geographical and ecological information about Castoria collection localities –arranged by increasing latitude– and habitats



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S1.-Gazetteer of locality records for the genus Castoria.
This gazetteer summarizes geographical and ecological information about Castoria collection localities –arranged by increasing latitude– and habitats. Except where indicated, voucher specimens have been identified by direct examination and/or karyotype.
Acronyms

CJ – Field catalogue of Erika Hingst-Zaher.

CNP – Colección de Mamíferos, Centro Nacional Patagónico, Puerto Madryn, Chubut, Argentina.

MACN – Colección Nacional de Mastozoología, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales “B. Rivadavia,” Buenos Aires, Argentina.

MN – Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

MZUFV – Museu de Zoologia, Departamento de Biologia Animal, Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

MZUSP – Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo.

P – Field catalogue of Yves Sbalqueiro.

UFMG – Coleção de Mamíferos, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais.

UFRGS – Coleção de Mamíferos, Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Sul.


Localities

1. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Lagoa Santa, Lapa da Serra das Abelhas (~19º37’S, 43º53’W; exact locality coordinates unknown); Cerrado (type locality of Habrothrix angustidens, see Winge 1887).

2. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Simonésia, Mata do Sossego (20º7’S, 42º1’W, 575 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest, secondary forest (MN 35910).

3. Brazil, Espírito Santo, Ibitirama, Parque Nacional do Caparaó (20º29’S, 41º43’W, 970 to 2890 m), including Pedra Rocha trapping station listed by Hershkovitz (1998) and Bonvicino et al. (2002) and Arrozal, Segredo, and Terreirão included by us (this paper); specimens housed at MN and FMNH; Atlantic Forest - mountain field, mountain scrub, humid mountain forest, secondary forest.

4. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Alto do Caparaó, Parque Nacional do Caparaó (20º26’10.4”S, 41º48’2.8”W, 970 to 2890 m) including Arrozal, Cachoeira Bonita, Centro de Visitantes, Pico da Bandeira, Segredo, Terreirão, Tronqueira, Vale Encantado, and Vale Verde trapping stations listed by Hershkovitz (1998) and Bonvicino et al. (2002) and Alfa, Beta, and Casa de Júlio included by us (this paper); specimens housed at MN and FMNH; Atlantic Forest - mountain field, mountain scrub, humid mountain forest, secondary forest.

5. Brazil, Espírito Santo, Castelinho (20º31’S, 40º59’W, 1200 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest, secondary forest (MN 32631).

6. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Fervedouro, Parque Estadual da Serra do Brigadeiro, Fazenda da Neblina (20º40’0”S, 42º31’15”W, 1400 m); Atlantic Forest - mountain field, mountain scrub, humid mountain forest, secondary forest (MZUFV 1220).

7. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Tombos, Mata do Banco (20º56’28”S, 42º06’28”W, 467 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MZUFV 1900).

8. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Posses (21º41’S, 46º10’W, 1117 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (UFMG 1855).

9. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Maria Magdalena, Parque Estadual do Desengano (21º45’S, 41º41’W, 1425 m); Atlantic Forest - mountain field, mountain scrub, humid mountain forest (Modesto et al. 2008).

10. Brazil, São Paulo, Serra da Fartura, São João da Boa Vista (21º55’S, 46º43’W, 1142 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (Moraes et al. 2003).

11. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Itamonte, Parque Nacional de Itatiaia, Brejo da Lapa (22º20’54.4”S, 44º41’38.2”W, 2100 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (MN 48027).

12. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Visconde de Mauá, Fazenda Marimbondo (22º21’38.5”S, 44º34’14.6”W, 1570 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MN 69804).

13. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Nova Friburgo, Três Picos, Salinas (22º22’12”S, 42º30’32”W, 1380 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MN 80379).

14. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Itatiaia, Parque Nacional de Itatiaia: several localities including Abrigo Rebouças (22º23’07.5”S, 44º40’43.93”W, 2395 m; MN 69680), Piscina Maromba (22º26’S, 44º37’W, 1170 m; MN 69803), and Retiro de Ramos, 19 km from Parque Nacional de Itatiaia main house (exact locality coordinates unknown; type locality of Akodon serrensis leucogula); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest. The following sigmodontines also taken here: A. montensis, Akodon paranaensis, Brucepattersonius sp., Delomys altimontanus, D. dorsalis, D. sublineatus, O. nigripes, and Thaptomys nigrita.

15. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Nova Friburgo, Debossan, Sítio Xitaca (22º26’S, 42º32’W, 1010 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MN 35912). C. angustidens was obtained together with the following sigmodontines: Akodon montensis, Delomys sublineatus, Oligoryzomys nigripes, and Sooretamys angouya.

16. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Teresópolis, Parque Nacional da Serra dos Órgãos, Base da Pedra do Sino (22º27’34”S, 43º01’40”W, 2100 m); Atlantic Forest - Mountain field, mountain scrub, humid mountain forest (MN 69806).

17. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Cachoeiras de Macacu, Parque Nacional dos Três Picos (22º27’45”S, 42º39’11”W, 1300 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MN 71942).

18. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Teresópolis, Parque Nacional da Serra dos Órgãos, Vale das Antas (22º27’50”S, 43º02’33”W, 1950 m); Atlantic Forest - Mountain field, mountain scrub (MN 69807). The following sigmodontines also taken here: Brucepattersonius sp., Delomys dorsalis, O. nigripes, Oxymycterus judex, and Thaptomys nigrita.

19. Brazil, Minas Gerais, Passa Quatro, Fazenda do Itaguaré (22º28’S, 45º05’W, 1500 m) Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (UFMG 1854).

20. Brazil, São Paulo, Campos do Jordão, Parque Estadual de Campos do Jordão (22º44’22”S, 45º35’29”W, 1628 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (CJ 5).

21. Brazil, São Paulo, São José do Barreiro, Parque Nacional da Bocaina (22º50’S, 44º41’W, 1400 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MN 69805).

22. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Paraty, Parque Nacional da Bocaina, RJ-165 road (23º11’54”S, 44º50’38”W, 1120 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MN 77791).

23. Brazil, Paraná, Morretes, Represa de Guaricana (23º36’S, 49º04’W, 941 m) Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (MZUSP 29128).

24. Brazil, São Paulo, Salesópolis, Estação Ecológica Boracéia (23º38’00”S, 45º52’00”W, 870 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MZUSP 9469).

25. Brazil, São Paulo, São Paulo (23º43’S, 46º43’W, 780 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MZUSP 6410).

26. Brazil, São Paulo, Paranapiacaba (23º46’41”S, 46º18’16”W, 820 m) Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MZUSP 1796).

27. Brazil, São Paulo, Capão Bonito, Fazenda Intervales (24º20’00”S, 48º25’00”W, 700 m) Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (MZUSP 27226).

28. Brazil, Paraná, Curitiba, Quatro Barras (25º21’56”S, 49º04’37”W, 936 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (Rabelo 2007; P 828).

29. Brazil, Paraná, Curitiba, São José dos Pinhais (25º26’S, 49º00’W, 1024 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (Rabelo 2009).

30. Brazil, Paraná, Piraquara, Roça Nova (25º26’30”S, 49º00’51”W, 905 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest (type locality of Akodon serrensis, see Thomas 1902; P 888).

31. Brazil, Paraná, Piraquara, Mananciais da Serra (25º29’16.35”S, 45º58’32.2”W, 1117 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (MN 78416).

32. Brazil, Paraná, São José dos Pinhais, Guaricana (25º32’05”S, 49º12’23”W, 906 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (P 108).

33. Brazil, Paraná, Tijucas do Sul, Fazenda Panagro (25º57’14”S, 49º16’13”W, 1117 m); Atlantic Forest – originally sub-tropical forests of Auracaria augustifolia; today forests are reduced to small patches forming mosaics with agriculture and stockbreeding areas (Barros-Battesti et al. 1998; P 566).

34. Argentina, Misiones, “río San Antonio, 32 km al norte de Bernardo de Irigoyen”: from this locality [ca. 25º58’S, 53º10’W, 400 m], was collected 1 specimen by Harold Cleveland on 4 August 1971 and housed at the Colección de Mamíferos del IADIZA with the number M-00677 (Justo and De Santis 1977:47). This material was the base for the first reference of the species in Argentina, but subsequently criticized and discarded by Galliari et al. (1996:46), Pardiñas et al. (2003:139), and Pereira et al. (2005:84) arguing measurement inconsistencies or a misidentification in favor to Thaptomys or the species of the cursor group of Akodon. Since the voucher specimen is loss from IADIZA collections (R. Ojeda, pers. comm. 2010), any inference about their identity is weak. However, is interesting to note that the information offered by Justo and De Santis (1977) regarding coloration and cranial morphology totally agrees with which is known for C. angustidens Argentinean specimens. More indeed, it was obtained in the Araucaria district, a typical habitat of this rodent in Brazil. In this context we consider here to resurrect this record as valid.

35. Argentina, Misiones, Reserva Privada de Vida Silvestre Urugua-í (25º59’S, 54º05’W; Pereira et al. 2005:83): a single specimen (MACN 22246) was recorded after an effort of 1,565 trap-nights in primary forest (ca. 300 m) belonging to the districts of “Laurel” and “Palo Rosa” (sensu Martínez-Crovetto 1963). The following sigmodontines also taken here: Akodon sp. (including A. montensis), Brucepattersonius sp., Delomys dorsalis, Nectomys squamipes, Oligoryzomys nigripes, Oxymycterus misionalis, Euryoryzomys russatus, and Sooretamys angouya.

36. Brazil, Paraná, General Carneiro (26º25’S, 51º19’W, 1101 m); Atlantic Forest (Raboni et al. 2012).

37. Brazil, Santa Catarina, Reserva Biológica de Sassafrás, Doutor Pedrinho (26º42’S, 49º40’W, 950 m); Atlantic Forest – “Floresta Ombófila Mista” (Testoni et al. 2012).

38. Argentina, Misiones, Provincial Route 2, 6 km NE Arroyo Paraíso (27º12’47.7”S, 54º01’59.9”W, 312 m): a single specimen (CNP 449) was obtained in secondary Atlantic Forest. The animal is an adult female and was trapped by Rosario Robles on April 24, 2007 (original number LTU 372).

39. Brazil, Santa Catarina, Rancho Queimado, Alto da Boa Vista (27º42’S, 49º09’W, 1200 m); Atlantic Forest – “Floresta Ombrófila Mista,” edges of forest fragments, near high-altitude grasslands (Testoni et al. 2012).

40. Brazil, Santa Catarina, Campo Belo do Sul, Fazenda Gateados (27º58’S, 50º49’W, 1000 m); Atlantic Forest – “Floresta Ombrófila Mista” (Testoni et al. 2012).

41. Brazil, Santa Catarina, Urubici, Parque Nacional de São Joaquim, Fazenda Caiambora (28º01’S, 49º36’W, 1136 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (Gonçalves et al. 2007).

42. Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Cambará do Sul, Parque Nacional da Serra Geral, Campo Limpo do Arroio do Segredo, Canion Fortaleza (29º04’17.4”S, 49º59’24.5”W, 1000 m); Atlantic Forest - humid mountain forest with Araucaria (MN 78550).

43. Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, São Francisco de Paula, Centro de Pesquisas e Conservação da Natureza Pró-Mata (29º26’53”S, 50º35’01”W, 900 m); Atlantic Forest – ecotone between “Campos de Altitude e Floresta Ombrófila Mista no Planalto das Araucárias” (UFRGS 2550-UFRGS 2558).

44. Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, São Francisco de Paula, Centro de Pesquisas e Conservação da Natureza Pró-Mata - CPCN Pró-Mata (29º29’08.9”S, 50º12’38.7”W, 600 to 900 m), Ombrophilous Mixed Forest (Araucaria Forest; Abreu et al. 2014).
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