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It presented triangular ears, semi-squared antitragus and forearm less than 34 mm New records, potential distribution, and conservation of the Near Threatened cave bat Natalus macrourus in Brazil.
morcehos Governo do Rio Grande do Norte. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 50 4: A revision of extant Greater Antillean bats of the genus Natalus Chiroptera: Check List 5 4: We dedicate this paper to Prof. Synopsis of South American bats of the family Emballonuridae.
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Systematics of the genus Eumops Chiroptera: For instance, 17 species of bats have been already recorded to roost in RN’s caves Vargas-Mena et al. Geographic variation in South American populations of Myotis nigricans Schinz, Chiroptera, Vespertilionidaewith the description of two new species.
Anoted List of Brazilian Mammals. Journal of Tropical EcologyCambridge, 7: Bat Research News 26 2: However, sympatry in certain areas of the Caatinga of L. Neotropical bats in the Carnegie Museum.
Bats species that rely on a single roost type are linked to higher extinction risks, and management actions to preserve such species should prioritize the protection of roosting sites e. The mammals of Northeastern Brazil: First capture of Micronycteris homezi Pirlot Chiroptera: Caves are an important roost for local bat populations considering the high number of underground cavities that occur in RN.
In Morcegos no Brasil: Two pale-bellied species of Micronycteris M. Chiroptera in Iwokrama Forest, Guyana, and the Guianan subregion: Chiroptera Neotropical 14 1: Impact of wind energy on bats: Twenty new American bats.
Brazilian Journal of Biology 73 3: Phyllostomidae with the description of four new species. Systematics and evolution of bats of the genus Glossophaga.
We encourage special attention when identifying this bat species to avoid misidentification and to better understand their distribution and habitat preferences. Although the recent increase of studies on bats in the state, future studies should complement conventional mistnetting with active roost search and bioacoustical records in order to obtain better data for unraveling the bat fauna of Rio Grande do Norte.
Potential force of infection livdo human rabies transmitted by vampire bats in the Amazonian region of Brazil. Bat fauna of Mato Grosso do Sul, southwestern Brazil.
Frugivory in bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) at the Intervales State Park, Southeastern Brazil
Species diversity of bats Mammalia: Biological and distributional notes on Platyrrhinus helleri Chiroptera: On some rare Amazonian mammals from the collection of the Para Museum. The Northern Sertaneja Depression: Phyllostomidaewith the first records from Ecuador and Brazil. Furthermore, all bat studies in RN were ecolgia using mist nets, a type of methodology heavily biased towards the capture of phyllostomids than species of other families Barnett et al.
Bats from the Atlantic livrk of southern Bahia, Brazil.
Rabies transmitted by vampire bats to humans: UFPE, Notas sobre Mollosops temminckii temminckii e Mollosops planirostris Chiroptera – Molossidae. Mammalian diversity in Neotropical lowland rainforests: BiotropicaLawrence, Notes on a colony of Livvro leucoptera Emballonuridae in Brazil. Revista Brasileira de ZoologiaCuritiba, 19 1: Of those seven non-confirmed species, for Peropteryx kappleri we did not find any locality or record whatsoever, despite Garcia et al.
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In Contributions in mammalogy: Sociedade Brasileira de Espeleologia, Ouro Preto, p. Considering that the Ilvro Forest in Brazil is richer in bat species than the Caatinga Paglia et al.
Bats were monthly mist netted over a full year, and fecal samples were collected for dietary analysis.