Enter directly to the BioModelos search engine the scientific name of the species of your interest to consult its distribution area in the viewer. You will find the distribution hypotheses available for the species and the rating other users gave to those, as well as some statistics about the species range.GO
If you want to download the map you must go to the registration section, fill out the form and enter the platform with your username and password. To contribute to the knowledge of the distribution of some species, check the "contribute" section.
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You can contribute to improve the knowledge about the geographical distribution of the species through the following activities: - Curation of biological records. - Edition of the statistical models developed by the Laboratory of Applied Biogeography. - Documenting the land cover suitable for the species. - Developing expert maps, especially for species that have very few or no biological records. - Participating in the forum of the species to share opinions with other experts. - Qualifying the geographical distribution hypothesis available for the species.LOG IN
If you have developed distribution models for one or more species, you can publish them through BioModelos. This way you can make your work visible and facilitate its use by other researchers, as well as receive feedback from experts on the performance of your models. Find more. You just have to be a registered user in BioModelos, click the "Publish" link and follow the instructions.PUBLISH
The second installment of the “Atlas of Biodiversity of Colombia” is here, for the Primates thematic group. Thanks to the work of this group in BioModelos, the compilation of validated models of 38 species, and analysis information from their distribution was achieved.
Many groups have made progress in their species lists and some have already finished modeling the species of their thematic group, a clear case this year are the experts in primates, in support with the APC (Colombian Primatological Association). It is thanks to their collaboration that these distribution models achieve this validated status and are received as reliable information by the scientific community, allowing us to say “better models with support from experts”.http://repository.humboldt.org.co/handle/20.500.11761/35544