Purpose History Team Registration Store Acknowledgements Contact and Suggestions
 Home >   Español
Las tarántulas y sus mitos
Enemigos de las tarántulas
Mantenimiento
Manejo
Ciclo biológico y reproducción
Biotopos
Tarántulas mexicanas
Mudando
Primeros auxilios y enfermedades
Taxonomía y anatomía de las tarántulas
Sexado
Situación legal
Status de poblaciones y mercado ilegal
Diferencias entre insectos y arácnidos
Otros arácnidos
Enlaces a otros sitios
Galería
Bibliografía

Work Team

“Tarantulas of Mexico” exists thanks to the support and help three great individuals: Eduardo Delgadillo Lazos, providing technical support; Rebeca Liliana Tejeda Villalobos and Ernesto Garcia Arias, who work daily at our UMA center; as well as the university students who come to do their social services from the University of Guadalajara and the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, and sometimes come and help us tackle the long list of pending tasks.

 

J. Rodrigo Orozco Torres
Naturalist Zoologist

Dedicated for the past 20 years to the research of arthropods, especially in the arachnid branch, he founded and now presides over the “Tarantulas of Mexico” UMA (Management and Preservation Unit), which is an institution dedicated to the preservation and reproduction of tarantula species that are in danger of extinction, becoming the first institution with this purpose in Mexican history.

Clic para ver información completa

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Guadalajara, Biological and Agricultural Sciences University Center (CUCBA); specializing in biology, ecology, and arthropod systematics.

Clic para ver información completa

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the Biological and Agricultural Sciences University Center (CUCBA), of the University of Guadalajara, where she graduated with honors. She first arrived at “Tarantulas of Mexico” in March, 2007 to know about the activities performed at the UMA. She started coming daily to help with the feeding tasks, and to complete the hours required for her required social services.

Clic para ver información completa

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the Biological and Agricultural Sciences University Center (CUCBA) of the University of Guadalajara. He first came to “Tarantulas of Mexico” in March, 2007 to do his required social service because he has always been interested in wild fauna, their appropriate and sustainable management, as well as the way UMAs work. Here, he has learned about the biology and handling of arthropods in captivity.


| Top of page|

 

 


Powered by Gabosoft