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Systematics of Middle American Mastiff bats (Molossus)

Patricia G. Dolan

Systematics of Middle American Mastiff bats (Molossus)

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Published by Texas Tech University in Lubbock .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molossidae,
  • Molossus

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Patricia G. Dolan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.C54 D65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination151 leaves :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17277471M

    Special Publications of the Museum of Texas Tech University, Number 69 Series Editor: Robert D. Bradley Bats of Saint Lucia, Lesser Antilles Scott C. Pedersen, Gary G. Kwiecinski, Hugh H. Genoways, Roxanne J. Larsen, Peter A. Larsen, Carleton J. Phillips, and Robert J. Baker ISSN ISBN ISBN13 File Size: 4MB. their interpretations of the Act and, more specifically, of how bats are protected by these interpre-tations. INTRODUCTION BETWEEN THE YEARS and , five American animal species vanished. In startling contrast, fifty-seven additional mammal, fish, and bird. Pages in D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff (eds), The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C. Crooks, K.R. Relative sensitivities of mammalian carnivores to habitat fragmentation. prose_contemporary Jean-Marie Blas De Robles Where Tigers Are at Home. Winner of the Prix Médicis, this multifaceted literary novel follows the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher across 17th century Europe and Eleazard von Wogau, a retired French correspondent, through modern Brazil.

      AbstractPatterns of bat distribution in Cerrado can be influenced by habitat heterogeneity and seasonal variation. We described the bat fauna in Cerrado landscape during an environment-monitoring program in Tocantins State, Northern Brazil. Additionally, we tested the influence of habitat heterogeneity and seasonality on the abundance and species richness of Phyllostomidae in this Cited by: 1.


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Title. Systematics of Middle American mastiff bats of the genus Molossus / Related Titles. Series: Special publications (Texas Tech University. Museum) ; no. ByCited by: Systematics of Middle American mastiff bats of the genus Molossus.

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The information you enter here will be stored in the Cited by: Miller’s mastiff bat has a limited distribution and tends to inhabit isolated regions. This particular species of mastiff bat is native to Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.

Its main habitat is lowlands. Morphology. Miller’s mastiff bats have a powerfully built body, with a broad body frame and narrow : Mammalia. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Patricia Dolan books online.

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Systematics of Middle American mastiff bats of the genus Molossus. The mammals of Paracou French Guiana: The type locality of Natalus stramineus Chiroptera: About one-quarter of the Brazilian mammal species are bats Paglia et al.

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Abstract. The black mastiff bat, Molossus ater (Fig. ), belongs to the Family Molossidae, a moderately large group of insectivorous bats (12 genera, about 82 species) represented in most tropical and warm temperate regions of the world (Koopman ; Freeman ).M.

ater is one of the most common and widespread neotropical molossids occurring from southern Mexico to southern Brazil Cited by: 6. V espertilionidae, the taxonomic family of “evening bats,” “vesper bats,” or “common bats” compose the largest family within the order Chiroptera, containing approximately species of 48 genera.

As the second largest mammalian family, vespertilionids occur on every continent except Antarctica. The Central American countries of Costa Rica and Nicaragua have at least species of bats (in nine families and 66 genera), or nearly 10% of the world's known species.

Because of the importance of proper species identification for ecological and systematic studies and conservation efforts, we present a dichotomous key to the bats of this by: 1. Patricia G. Dolan has written: 'Systematics of Middle American mastiff bats of the genus Molossus' -- subject(s): Classification, Molossus Asked in Secondary Education, Middle School/Junior High.

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The final volumes of the massive revised Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia have finally rolled off the press. We reviewed volumes 8 to 11 (Birds) in the January 1 & 15,issue, and volumes 4 and 5 (Fishes), volume 6 (Amphibians), and volume 7 (Reptiles) in the December 1,issue. Bats are nocturnal mammals (Rydell & Speakman ), with most of them spending the day in roosts and foraging from dusk to general, they have one or two peaks of activity throughout the night (Fenton ).Tropical bats are active year-round and those that live in temperate zones either migrate or hibernate to avoid unfavourable environmental conditions (FentonCited by: Two Neotropical bats have been reported from the Florida Keys, the Jamaican Fruit-eating Bat Artibeus jamaicensis and Pallas' Mastiff Bat Molossus molossus (Frank, a, Frank, b).

These are the only records of these two bats from the United States, neither of which is known in Florida Pleistocene fossil deposits (Morgan, ).Cited by: MAMMFAUN is a taxon- and faunal unit-oriented bibliography of pre publications concerning the geographical distribution of mammals.

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Introduction. The order Chiroptera (bats) is highly diverse worldwide and contains about one fifth of all mammalian species, with ∼ species now described (Simmons ).Bats are also a significant component of Australia’s terrestrial mammalian fauna (roughly 23%), where they are currently represented by 70 extant species in 25 genera, spread across eight of the world’s 19 bat Cited by: Tenuous descriptions of many species and subspecies of mastiff bats make the taxonomy of Molossus E.

Geoffroy, confusing and us is one of the most diverse genera of free tailed bats in the pantropical family Molossidae Gervais, Given their impressive variation due to geography, sex, and ontogeny, and incomplete knowledge about species boundaries, a comprehensive.

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KOOPMAN, K. Biogeography of the bats of South America. M, S of Eumops maurus., B   AbstractMany Chiropteran species are gregarious, yet much remains to be learned about details of the sociality of most species. This is especially true for the endangered Eumops floridanus (Florida bonneted bat).

Scant knowledge of the species’ natural history and ecological interactions has precluded the development of effective conservation by: 5. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

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Their body masses range from 2 g in the bumblebee bat [Craseonycteris thonglongyai (Craseonycteridae), the second smallest mammal known] to 1 kg in some flying-foxes [Pteropus spp (Pteropodidae)], whose wingspans can reach 2 m (Wilson ). Of the species of mammals known from the Guiana Shield of northern South America, 63 are documented from Pantepui (> m a.s.l.), a landscape of Precambrian sandstone mountains with eroded flat-topped summits.

This diversity is represented by 7 opossums, 1 anteater, 28 bats, 3 monkeys, 3 carnivores, 1 tapir, 1 deer, and 19 rodents. Sampling and data acquisition. During different fieldwork seasons between andwe captured a total of bats of the genus Molossus in Panama. Of these, individuals were captured from various buildings in the village of Gamboa (Panama, 09°07’ N, 79°41’ W), 21 from the roof of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute’s (STRI) laboratory building on Barro Colorado Cited by: One of the bats is closely related to species in Australia and New Caledonia, and the other, curiously, represents an endemic family related to the cosmopolitan mastiff bats.

The Australian and New Guinean mammal faunas, although considerably richer with some species between them, are still poor and patchy by world standards.

The order Chiroptera (bats) is highly diverse worldwide and contains about one fifth of all mammalian species, with ~ species now described (Simmons ).Bats are also a significant component of Australia’s terrestrial mammalian fauna (roughly 23%), where they are currently represented by 70 extant species in 25 genera, spread across eight of the world’s 19 bat families (Churchill ).Cited by: THERYA, abril, Vol.5(1): DOI: /therya ISSN Recent changes in systematics and.

taxonomy of Neotropical bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) Cambios recientes en la sistemática y taxonomía de murciélagos Neotropicales (Mammalia: Chiroptera).

Sergio Solari 1, 2, 3 *, y Víctor Martínez-Arias 2. 1 Instituto de Biología, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia. This is the first treatment of the mammals of the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument (GSENM).

GSENM was established in as a million-acre (,ha) federal land reserve under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). To successfully manage this new monument, the BLM is presently developing a management action plan. To provide information Cited by: 3.

A fundamental condition for any work with free-ranging animals is correct species identification. However, in case of bats, information on local species assemblies is frequently limited especially in regions with high biodiversity such as the Neotropics.

The bat genus Molossus is a typical example of this, with morphologically similar species often occurring in by: Systematics of emballonuroid bats (Chiroptera: Emballonuridae and Rhinopomatidae) based on hyoid morphology.

Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History GRIFFITHS, T. A., Y A. GARDNER. Most species of bats are monestrus, with females having one reproductive event per year. Some tropical species are diestrus, have two reproductive events per year, and females in a few species (e.g., lesser-crested mastiff bats, Chaerephon pumila) may bear up to five young per year (one per oestrous cycle).Abstract.

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