Spatial and taxonomic coverage of the Hummingbird Collection. An example is also shown of a mounted specimen with pedestal, illustrating the conditions of the majority of the collection. A) The number of specimens with spatial data and with known origin to the country level; B) Phylogenetic tree of the family Trochilidae with the number of specimens in the MHNC-UP collection of each species as bars. The major groups (see Introduction) are outlined by coloured clade arches. We used the hummingbird species dataset from to build a maximum clade credibility tree using TreeAnnotator (Bouckaert et al. 2019). Final tree and bars were drawn using “phytools” and “ggtree” packages (Yu et al. 2018, Revell 2012) in the R statistical environment (R Core Team 2019).

  Part of: Lopes RJ, Faria PMV, Gomes D, Freitas B, Málinger J (2021) The Hummingbird Collection of the Natural History and Science Museum of the University of Porto (MHNC-UP), Portugal. Biodiversity Data Journal 9: e59913.