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American bats of the subfamily Emballonuridae. Voucher specimens presented in collection number column correspond to the oldest specimen recorded in each locality.
Annals of the Carnegie Museum Both records represent a northward expansion of the distribution of these species in Brazil.
Geographic distribution of Micronycteris schmidtorum sanborn Chiroptera: Notes on a colony of Peropteryx leucoptera Emballonuridae in Brazil. On some rare Amazonian mammals from the collection of the Para Museum.
Also, we consulted books and book chapters that deal with the subject. Therefore, external characters for differentiating these species were restricted to the VFC Fig. Phyllostomidaewith descriptions of two new species. Notes on the graybeard bat, Micronycteris daviesi Hill Mammalia: Considering the possible presence of these species in the state, we call the attention to future bat studies in the Atlantic Forest to collect and confirm their occurrence.
Geographic variation in the morphology, echolocation and diet of the little free-tailed bat, Chaerephon pumilus Molossidae. Acta ChiropterologicaWarsawa, 5 1: First occurrence of the genus Diclidurus Wied, Emballonuridae: Annexo 5, Historia Natural.
The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, v. Email this article Login required. Smith for English revision of the manuscript. August 02, ; Revised: A new free-tailed bat from the lower Amazons. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History Results of the Alcoa Foundation-Suriname Expeditions. Folivory in fruit-eating bats, with new evidence from Artibeus jamaicensis Chiroptera: Rio Grande do Norte is one of the smallest states in Brazil but has a rich diversity of ecosystems, including Caatinga vegetation, remnants of Atlantic Forest, coastal habitats, mangroves and large karstic areas with caves.
Revista Brasileira de ZoologiaCuritiba, 16 4: Neotropical bats in the Carnegie Museum. Despite the small size of RN, the state has a potential to be an important refuge for bat diversity in northeastern Brazil, as long as bat inventories and specimens’ collection increases in the future.
The bat diversity in Brazil is still being discovered as recent taxonomic revisions of specimens in the biological collections have led to the description of new bat species. The seeds found in each sample were identified in the laboratory under a stereoscopic microscope by comparison with seeds taken from ripe fruits collected in the study area. For instance, of these recently described species, Myotis lavali Moratelli et al.
Molecular differentiation of large species of fruit-eating bats Artibeus and phylogenetic relationships based on the cytochrome b gene.
The bats of Rio Grande do Norte state, northeastern Brazil
The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Multiple mortality events in bats: A colony of this species was recorded in the urban area of Lagoa Salgada, in the attic of a building. We compiled all the information available about bats in the state of RN and then selected only records originally published in peer-reviewed literature and books.
Inter-relations between frugivorous vertebrates and pioneer plants: Revista Dcologia de Zoologia 6 4: Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, vol.
Effects of roost specialization on extinction risk in bats. However, sympatry in certain areas of the Caatinga of L. Six specimens were collected morcevos identified as L. Consequently, the possible presence of these species should be considered when biospeleological inventories and cave-use lvro are carried out in the states’ caves.
Such dominance was expected since Phyllostomidae is the richest family in Brazil Nogueira et al. Biologia Geral e Experimental 7 2: Brazilian Journal of Biology 71 1: Since all of sites in Caatinga are in the NSD, our study contributes to fill the knowledge gap in this part of the ecoregion by adding 15 new localities of bat data collection in relation to the records reported by Carvalho-Neto et al.
For instance, the vulnerable N. MammaliaParis, 58 4: Effects oivro reduced-impact logging and forest physiognomy on bat populations of lowland Amazonian forest.