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J. Fournier, G. Grühn, (. Onf, F. ). Mende, and T. Henkel, Authors thank all people who have contributed to complete this database by adding specimens found opportunistically: Amaia Pelozuelo, Yves Gaert. Authors thank the Centre Spatial Guyanais, the Reserve Naturelle de l' Amana

, Guyane-2015 expedition in the Mitaraka range, in the core area of the French Guiana Amazonian Park, organized by the MNHN and Pro-Natura international MNHN/ PNI Guyane 2015 (APA-973-1). The expedition was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Conseil régional de Guyane, the Conseil général de Guyane, the Direction de l'Environnement, de l' Aménagement et du Logement and by the Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, ) for autorisations and access to the sites. Part of the material was collected during the

, Data have been collected from access to genetic resources in French Guiana, that has come through a declarative process with non-commercial uses at the competent administrative authority

C. B. , C. B. , M. R. , H. S. , M. R. et al., collected the specimens in the field. G.J. curated and managed the data, and conceived the database. E.L. and S.M. extracted DNA and managed the barcoding of the specimens. A.S. conceived and developed the pipeline of analysis for molecular data