Primer registro de lesiones epiteliales sugerentes de Fibropapilomatosis en tortugas Golfinas (Lepi-dochelys olivacea) anidadoras en Baja California Sur, México

Autores/as

  • Alexei Vega Hernández Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia
  • Helena Fernandez-Sanz Departamento Académico de Ciencias Marinas y Costeras
  • Abilene Colin ASUPMATOMA A.C.
  • Agnese Mancini Grupo Tortuguero de las Californias A.C.
  • José Alfredo Guevara-Franco Departamento Académico de Ciencia Animal y Conservación del Hábitat
  • Eduardo Reséndiz Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18633/biotecnia.v26.2163

Palabras clave:

anidación, fibropapilomatosis, Pacífico oriental, Tortugas marinas, Tumores

Resumen

En este estudio, se identificaron y caracterizaron macroscópicamente lesiones proliferativas epiteliales presentes en tortugas golfinas (Lepidochelys olivacea) anidadoras en playa El Suspiro, Baja California Sur, México, durante la temporada 2022. De junio a diciembre, se realizaron 123 recorridos diurnos y nocturnos. Durante este periodo se observaron 419 golfinas anidadoras, de las cuales 8 presentaron lesiones proliferativas epiteliales sugerentes de Fibropapilomatosis. Estos 8 organismos midieron en promedio 66.43 ± 3.13 cm de largo curvo de caparazón y presentaron un total de 51 lesiones sugerentes de fibropapilomatosis, con grado 1, 2 y 3 de severidad. La prevalencia de tortugas con estas lesiones fue de 0.019 %, la tasa de incidencia de las lesiones fue de 0.069 y la incidencia acumulada fue de 0.019. La presencia de lesiones sugerentes de fibropapillomatosis en las tortugas golfinas anidadoras en esta zona indica un factor de riesgo adicional que puede contribuir al declive de las poblaciones de esta especie. La información generada sustenta la importancia de incluir las evaluaciones de salud en los monitoreos de tortugas marinas en México, ayuda a fortalecer los planes de manejo y a desarrollar nuevas estrategias de conservación para estos organismos y sus hábitats.

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2024-05-02

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Vega Hernández, A., Fernandez-Sanz, H., Colin, A., Mancini, A., Guevara-Franco, J. A., & Reséndiz, E. (2024). Primer registro de lesiones epiteliales sugerentes de Fibropapilomatosis en tortugas Golfinas (Lepi-dochelys olivacea) anidadoras en Baja California Sur, México. Biotecnia, 26, 266–273. https://doi.org/10.18633/biotecnia.v26.2163

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