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It is in this area that the continuity of the high ridges and volcanic peaks, which extend nearly the entire length of the Americas, is interrupted at a point almost directly in line with the shortest distance between the two oceans.

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Detailed comments on the herpetofauna of the Tuxtlas have been omitted purposefully, for the reptiles and amphibians of the romingo currently are being studied by Douglas Robinson. The name of the locality listed textt by states is followed by latitude, longitude, elevation, general description town, ranch, etc. Unless otherwise noted, distances are straight-line airline distances in kilometers.

s in brackets identify the position of a locality on the accompanying map Fig. Oaxaca Agua Caliente. A hot spring, 6. Arenal, Cerro de. A ridge northeast of Tenango; scrub ssnto on slopes and pine-oak forest on top [64]. Barrio, El. A place name for a former ranch at the edge of Tehuantepec; open arid scrub forest [62]. A ranch on the slopes of Cerro Arenal, east-northeast of Tenango; dry pine-oak forest [66].

A village at Km. A ranch about 25 kilometers west-northwest of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [51]. Guichicovi, San Juan.

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A town and railroad junction on the northwestern edge of the Plains of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [45]. A town on the Plains of Tehuantepec, 22 kilometers by road east-northeast of Tehuantepec; arid scrub hony [50]. A former agrarian colony and now a small ranch about 27 kilometers west of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [60]. A town on the Trans-isthmian Highway and railroad in the hills near the crest of the isthmus; broadleaf hardwood forest and open pine-oak forest [36].

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Modelo, El. Nanches, Portillo Los.

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A place name, about 4 kilometers southeast of Totolapilla; scrub forest [44]. A village on the Trans-isthmian Railroad between Chivela and Ixtepec; dense scrub forest [42]. Nueva Raza. A small ranch on the west base of Cerro Atravesado; scrub forest [39].

Princesa, La. Quiengola, Cerro de. A hill 15 kilometers west-northwest of Tehuantepec; dense scrub forest on slopes and scattered pines on top [55]. Salina Cruz. A port on the Golfo de Tehuantepec; open arid scrub forest [70]. Collections were made in the vicinity of the town and in the open scrub forest 2. San Antonio. A ranch about 25 kilometers west-southwest of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [68].

San Pablo. Cerro San Pablo probably is the hill north of this ranch; this is shown on some maps as Cerro de los Amates. A ridge about 24 kilometers west of Tehuantepec and east of Cerro Arenal; scrub forest on slopes and pine-oak forest on top [65]. Santa Efigenia. A ranch on the southern slopes of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, 8 kilometers north-northwest of Tapanatepec; scrub forest.

Former home of Francis Sumichrast [53]. A place name for a former ranch on the east slopes of Cerro Arenal; scrub forest [63]. Santiago Chivela. A village on the Trans-isthmian Highway, Collections were made in the vicinity of the village and at a rocky stream, 11 kilometers south on the Trans-isthmian Highway at an elevation of m.

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Santo Domingo Petapa. A large town on the Plains of Tehuantepec; scrub forest [61]. Collections were made in the vicinity of the town and in the dense scrub forest 8. A town in the mountains about 40 kilometers west-southwest of Tehuantepec; scrub forest [67]. Tres Cruces. A ranch near the Pan-American Highway, 70 kilometers by road west-northwest of Tehuantepec; dense scrub forest [49].

A lumber camp and railroad station, 8. Ventosa, La. A village at the junction of the Pan-American and Trans-isthmian highways; open scrub forest [46].

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A village on the Pan-American Highway at the eastern edge of the Plains of Tehuantepec; dense scrub forest [47]. Most collections were made in the scrub forest textt to 8 kilometers west-northwest of the village. A large town on the Trans-isthmian Highway; rainforest [21]. Collections were made in the vicinity of the town, but principally teext Rancho Las Hojitas, 7 kilometers northwest of town at an elevation of meters. Most collections were made kilometers southeast of the village in marshes on the leeward side of the coastal dunes.

A village 21 kilometers southwest of Acayucan on the Trans-isthmian Highway; rainforest [22]. A ranch just south of Coatzacoalcos; scrub and low evergreen forest [15]. Most collections are from the forest-savanna ecotone, 8 kilometers southwest of town. A village on the Trans-isthmian Railroad; savanna and low evergreen forest along streams [13]. A town 32 kilometers by road northwest domongo Acayucan; savanna and low evergreen forest [14].

Collections were made in the vicinity of the town and from forest 10 kilometers southeast of town at hoeny elevation of meters. A town and railroad junction in the middle of the isthmus; rainforest [26]. A village on the Trans-isthmian Highway, 45 kilometers south of Acayucan; rainforest and palm forest [24]. San Lorenzo. A village on petaps small river of the same name in the western foothills of Los Tuxtlas; rainforest [5].

Tejada, Lerdo de. An agricultural village, 35 kilometers by road east-southeast of Alvarado; scrub forest, marshes, domnigo sugar plantations [2]. Collections were made in a marsh, 5 kilometers west-northwest of the village. A village near the western base of Los Tuxtlas; low evergreen forest and marshes [4]. Collections were made in a marsh 3 kilometers northwest of the village. The composition of the fauna. The ecology of the fauna.

The distribution of the fauna. These items, together with similar data concerning the amphibians of the adjacent highlands, will form the basis for the subsequent discussion of hornt establishment of present patterns of dominfo in the isthmian region. Composition of the Fauna The amphibian fauna of the lowlands of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec consists of 36 species definitely recorded from the area. These include one genus and species of caecilian, one genus, including three species of salamanders, and 14 genera and 32 species of anurans.

Of the 36 species of amphibians known from the isthmus, 28 occur on the Gulf lowlands and live in forest or savanna habitats. The geographic position of the isthmus with regard to major faunal areas doimngo Middle America, and the diversity of the environment are important factors in understanding the presence of a large of species of amphibians in the isthmus.

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The large of species probably is a reflection of the diversity of the environment; this diversity is the result of fluctuation of climate, and thus [Pg 38] environments, in the not too distant past. In no individual habitat, such as rainforest, savanna, or scrub forest, does the of species approach the total for the region. Ecology of the Fauna In the preceding section on the description of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec I have outlined the major environments in the region.

With respect to the distribution of amphibians we may recognize three major environments in the isthmus—rainforest, semi-arid scrub forest, and savanna. Each of these has varying combinations of physical and biotic factors that are important in the ecology of amphibians. Because of the importance of moisture, not only for the maintenance of life in these animals, but in most species their dependence on water for breeding purposes, this environmental factor is considered the most ificant in the ecological distribution of amphibians.

A second factor is the availability of necessary shelter, especially aestivation sites. These factors will be compared in the three major environments in the region. Moisture is present in the environment in the form of free water or atmospheric moisture. With respect to the latter, it is well known that dense shaded forests have a considerably higher relative humidity than do open plains or areas with only scattered trees.

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Sango, the rainforests of the isthmus are characterized by a much higher relative humidity than are the savannas or semi-arid scrub forests. Although with regard to rainfall there is a pronounced dry season in the regions supporting rainforest, there still remains considerable atmospheric moisture in this environment throughout the year. The dense foliage provides shade and protection from desiccating effects of wind and sunlight; furthermore the foliage contributes moisture by transpiration.

The lagoons are bordered by mangrove thickets made up primarily of Lonchocarpus hondurensis. According to Beard the development of savanna vegetation is dependent upon soil, topography, and drainage. Level regions having permeable soil horizons lying on top of an impermeable horizon provide poor drainage. In most savanna regions in the Americas the grasslands become waterlogged or even partly hornt during the rainy season and desiccated in the dry season.

Many ecologists danto phytogeographers have postulated that savannas are either man made or are examples of a fire climax. Beard op. Savannas are scattered through southern Veracruz eastward to British Honduras. These usually are grasslands having scattered trees or clumps of trees around depressions, which may contain water throughout the year Pl.

According to Williams op. Lying in a rain shadow cast by the Tuxtlas and on sandy and well-drained soils is a dense xerophytic forest. The crown of this deciduous forest usually is little more than ten to twelve meters above the ground Pl. Conspicuous trees in this scrub forest are Acacia cornigera, Bauhinia latifolia, Calliandra bijuga, Cassia laevigata, Guazuma ulmifolia, and various species of Bursera.

The most extensive type of vegetation on the Gulf Coastal Plain is a tall evergreen forest resembling tropical rainforest. Although [Pg 31] this forest is made up of many species of trees that are characteristic of true rainforest, the forest on the Gulf Coastal Plain cannot be classified as true rainforest, neither by the climatic conditions, nor the structure of the forest. The seasonal variation in rainfall probably is the chief factor in hindering the development of a rainforest climax vegetation.

Usually a minimum of 65 mm. Structurally, this forest has a crown dominbo meters above the ground but individual trees rising five meters or more above the crown Pl.

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There is no clear stratification within the forest; in many parts of it there are dense growths of bushes, small trees, and palms. The forest on the Gulf Coastal Plain, therefore, ni properly sqnto be referred to as a quasi-rainforest, a term that has been applied to other such forests in tropical America. Among the abundant and dominant trees in this forest are Swietenia macrophylla, Calophyllum brasiliense, Achras zapota, Ceiba pentandra, Castilla elastica, Cedrela mexicana, Tabebuia Donnell-Smithi, Calocarpum mammosum, Bombax ellipticum, and a variety of Ficus.

Epiphytes and Ilianas are abundant. Central Ridges The vegetation of the central ridges of the isthmus is, for the most part, transitional between the tall rainforest of the Gulf Coastal Plain and the low xerophytic scrub forest of the semi-arid Pacific Coastal Plain. On the northern slopes of the ridges the rainforest is more poorly developed than on the plains to the north.

Many of the same species of trees are present, including Ceiba pentandra, Cedrela mexicana, Swietenia macrophylla, and Ficus sp. Other species present on the forested slopes include Tabebuia Donnell-Smithi, Zanthoxylum melanostictum, Pithecolobium arboreum, and a species of Pterocarpus. The structure of this forest differs from that on the Gulf Coastal Plain in that there is no continuous upper canopy and there is a dense undergrowth Pl.

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On the Plains of Chivela in the southern part of the central region [Pg 32] the vegetation takes on a semi-arid appearance, especially in a savanna on the plains. Clumps of small trees and bushes, consisting of Croton nivea, Cordia cana, Jacquinia aurantiaca, Calycophyllum candidissimum, and Cassia emarginata, are scattered on a grassy plain, from which rise widely-spaced palms of an unknown species Pl.

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Pacific Coastal Plain The vegetation of the Pacific lowlands definitely is semi-arid in character. Most of the trees are deciduous, thorny, and short. During the dry season the landscape presents a barren appearance, but shortly after the first summer rains dense green foliage appears Pl. In many areas the trees and bushes form an almost impenetrable tangle, whereas on especially rocky soils or on slopes those plants are more widely spaced.

Abundant and widespread species of trees on the Plains of Tehuantepec include Acacia cymbispina, Prosopis chilensis, Caesalpinia coriaria, Caesalpinia eriostachys, Celtis iguanaea, Cordia brevispicata, Jatropha aconitifolia, and Crescentia alata. Montane Vegetation In order to illustrate the interruption of subtropical and temperate types of vegetation by the lowlands of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, it is necessary to digress for a moment from the isthmus and consider the types of vegetation present on the adjacent highlands.

On the higher peaks, such as Cerro de Zempoaltepetl, above about meters is fir forest Abies religiosa ; lower on the slopes are extensive pine forests, which on some slopes are mixed with oak or replaced entirely by oaks.

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Subtropical cloud forest, characterized by relatively cool temperatures ddomingo high humidity, is found at elevations usually between and meters on the windward slopes of the Sierra Madre Oriental in Veracruz and northern Oaxaca and on the northern and southern slopes of the Chiapan-Guatemalan Highlands. None of these forest types is continuous across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.

The Sierra de los Tuxtlas Although actually located in the region of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, the Sierra de sant Tuxtlas, because of its domjngo position, need not be considered in great detail in analyzing the distribution of animals inhabiting the lowlands of the isthmus. Nevertheless [Pg 33] because some species living in the highlands adjacent to the isthmus also live in the Tuxtlas, this range is briefly described here.

This range of domongo is surrounded by lowlands, which immediately to the south and west are covered with savanna and in places by scrub forest. The luxuriant nature of the vegetation on these volcanos indicates that this range receives much more rainfall than the surrounding lowlands. Especially on the northern slopes, tropical rainforest is well developed; this is replaced at about meters by cloud forest.

The southern and western slopes are drier, for the lower slopes are covered with a scrubby, but evergreen, forest. Detailed comments on the herpetofauna of the Tuxtlas have been omitted purposefully, for the reptiles and amphibians of the region currently are being studied by Rext Robinson.

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The name of the locality listed alphabetically by states is followed by latitude, longitude, elevation, general description town, ranch, etc. Unless otherwise noted, distances are straight-line airline distances in kilometers. s in brackets identify the position of a locality on the accompanying map Fig. Oaxaca Agua Caliente.

A hot spring, 6. Arenal, Cerro de. A ridge northeast of Tenango; scrub forest on slopes and pine-oak forest on top [64]. Barrio, El. A place name for a former ranch at the edge of Tehuantepec; open arid scrub forest [62]. A ranch on the slopes of Cerro Arenal, east-northeast of Tenango; dry pine-oak forest [66]. A village at Km. A ranch about 25 kilometers west-northwest of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [51]. Guichicovi, San Juan. A town and railroad junction on the northwestern edge of the Plains of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [45].

A town on the Plains of Tehuantepec, 22 kilometers by road east-northeast of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [50]. A former agrarian colony and now a small ranch about 27 kilometers west of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [60]. A town on the Trans-isthmian Highway and railroad in the hills near the crest of the isthmus; broadleaf hardwood forest and open pine-oak forest [36]. Modelo, El. Nanches, Portillo Los. A place name, about 4 kilometers southeast of Totolapilla; scrub forest [44].

A village on the Trans-isthmian Railroad between Chivela and Ixtepec; dense scrub forest [42]. Nueva Raza. A small ranch on the west base of Cerro Atravesado; scrub forest [39]. Princesa, La. Quiengola, Cerro de. A hill 15 kilometers west-northwest of Tehuantepec; dense scrub forest on slopes and scattered pines on top [55]. Salina Cruz. A port on the Golfo de Tehuantepec; open arid scrub forest [70]. Collections were made in the vicinity of the town and in the open scrub forest 2.

San Antonio. A ranch about 25 kilometers west-southwest of Tehuantepec; arid scrub forest [68]. San Pablo. Cerro San Pablo probably is the hill north of this ranch; this is shown on some maps as Cerro de los Amates. A ridge about 24 kilometers west of Tehuantepec and east of Cerro Arenal; scrub forest on slopes and pine-oak forest on top [65]. Santa Efigenia. A ranch on the southern slopes of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, 8 kilometers north-northwest of Tapanatepec; scrub forest.

Former home of Francis Sumichrast [53]. A place name for a former ranch on the east slopes of Cerro Arenal; scrub forest [63]. Santiago Chivela. A village on the Trans-isthmian Highway, Collections were made in the vicinity of the village and at a rocky stream, 11 kilometers south on the Trans-isthmian Highway at an elevation of m. Santo Domingo Petapa.

A large town on the Plains of Tehuantepec; scrub forest [61]. Collections were made in the vicinity of the town and in the dense scrub forest 8. A town in the mountains about 40 kilometers west-southwest of Tehuantepec; scrub forest [67].

Tres Cruces. A ranch near the Pan-American Highway, 70 kilometers by road west-northwest of Tehuantepec; dense scrub forest [49]. A lumber camp and railroad station, 8.

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