Our first paper has been published in the Biodiversity Data Journal. It derives from the collaborative work of the team members and sets a milestone in the association’s history by being the first comprehensive, open-access database of biodiversity records for Uruguay. The Data Paper includes primary biodiversity records of tetrapod species and data descriptors that enrich each organism collection/observation.
Find the publication here: Biodiversidata: An Open-Access BiodiversityDatabase for Uruguay
Check out the Vertebrates Database in the Resources Section and download the complete database or the species checklists for each group.