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Catalogue of type specimens of neotropical bats in selected European museums

Dilford C. Carter

Catalogue of type specimens of neotropical bats in selected European museums

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Published by Texas Tech Press in Lubbock .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America,
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Bats -- Latin America -- Catalogs and collections,
    • Museums -- Europe,
    • Mammals -- Catalogs and collections,
    • Mammals -- Latin America -- Catalogs and collections

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDilford C. Carter and Patricia G. Dolan.
      SeriesSpecial publications - The Museum, Texas Tech University ; no. 15, Special publications (Texas Tech University. Museum) ;, no. 15.
      ContributionsDolan, Patricia G., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.C5 C37
      The Physical Object
      Pagination136 p. ;
      Number of Pages136
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4379831M
      ISBN 100896720632
      LC Control Number78624367
      OCLC/WorldCa4164197

      Species richness and structure of three Neotropical bat assemblages KATJA REX1*, DETLEV H. KELM1, KERSTIN WIESNER1, THOMAS H. KUNZ2 and CHRISTIAN C. VOIGT1 1Leibniz-Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Alfred-Kowalke-Str. 17, Berlin, Germany 2Center for Ecology and Conservation Biology, Department of Biology, Boston University, Boston. Author summary Dengue is the most important human vector-borne disease. Several studies have shown DENV presence in mammalian wildlife such as bats, thus considering them putative reservoirs or hosts. We aimed to elucidate if bats that cohabit in houses in close proximity with humans may be involved in a dengue transmission cycle. We sampled bats in low and high dengue incidence areas during Cited by: 8. Island Bats is the first book to focus solely on the evolution, ecology, and conservation of bats living in the world’s island ecosystems. Among other topics, the contributors to this volume examine how the earth’s history has affected the evolution of island bats, investigate how bat populations are affected by volcanic eruptions and. The Natural History Museum has the original duck-billed platypus specimen from , now the type specimen. The Museum also holds Ferdinand Bauer's platypus watercolour, based on his sketches from the HMS Investigator voyage to Australia in the early s.


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BHL works best with JavaScript enabledCited by: Catalogue of type specimens of neotropical bats in selected European museums. Lubbock: Texas Tech Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dilford C Carter; Patricia G.

Catalogue of Type Specimens of Neotropical Bats in Selected European Museums - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Catalogue of Type Specimens of Neotropical Bats in Selected European Museums. SP - Biology of Bats of the New World Phyllostomatidae.

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Carter and Patricia G. Dolan, $ Bats from the Mexican state of Hidalgo: Biology of bats of the New World family Phyllostomatidae: Catalogue of type specimens of neotropical bats in selected European museums: A new species of Vampyrops (Chiroptera:Phyllostomatidae) from South American: A new stenodermine bat (Phyllostomatidae) from Peru.

Bats occur worldwide, and many species have been described to be vectors of agents of diseases such as rabies, severe acute respiratory syndrome, Ebola disease, and/or fungal infections but also of flagellates that introduce Chagas disease (Trypanosoma cruzi).In case of blood-licking vampire bats, it seems reasonable that bats may transmit these trypomastigotes, which occur in the blood of.

The female bat was collected in Malaysia in by Charles M Francis. The new species is named Rhinolophus francisi, or Francis' woolly horseshoe bat, in his honour.

As the first example of this new species ever found and described, the Museum specimen has been designated as the type specimen. In this study we survey current and potential species diversity using DNA barcodes with a collection of more than individuals from species of Neotropical bats (order Chiroptera).

Altringham JD () Bats: Biology and Behaviour. Oxford Uni-versity Press Inc, New York, pp. Avise JC () Phylogeography: The History and Formation of hussetts,HarvardUniversityPress,pp. Carter DC and Dolan PG () Catalogue of type specimens of Neotropical bats in selected European museums.

Spec Publ. Checklist of Brazilian bats, with comments on original records Article (PDF Available) in Check List 10(4) September with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Journal Articles and Book Chapters Books Popular Articles/Newsletters Species Accounts Book Reviews Articles in press Kunz, T.H.

Notes on some Nebraskan bats. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, pdf; Kunz. Bats are hosts of diverse coronaviruses (CoVs) known to potentially cross the host–species barrier. For analysing coronavirus diversity in a bat species‐rich country, a total of anal swabs/faecal samples from Costa Rican bats were screened for CoV RNA‐dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) gene sequences by a pancoronavirus by: 2.

Bats are an important component of tropical faunas, both in terms of number of species and total biomass. Very little information, however, is available on the status and conservation of this diverse group.

To contribute to the solution of this problem, rarity among Neotropical bats was analyzed using a set of by:   Dietary resource overlap among three species of frugivorous bat in Costa Rica Lauren D.

Maynard, Ariana Ananda, Maria Fernanda Sides, Hannah Cited by: catalog books, media & more in the Stanford Libraries' collections; A revision of the neotropical bats of the genus Myotis. Responsibility by Richard Imprint Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, Physical description 54 p.

illus., maps 27 cm. Series. The main motivation for this update was the inclusion of spatial and climatic variables in explaining the ecological and taxonomic diversity of noctilionoid bats. The core of the superfamily ( species distributed in five families out of species) occurs in the Neotropics and shows ecological diversity unparalleled among by: 1.

All journal articles featured in Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment vol 55 issue 1. Community structure and evolution of insectivorous bats in the Palaeotropics and Neotropics - Volume 11 Issue 3 - Klaus-Gerhard Heller, Marianne Volleth Skip to main content We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by:   Bats sampling and hantaviral detection.

We caught bats from February to April with a sampling effort of 56, m 2 h, in southeastern Brazil (Fig. 1).In accordance with legal and Cited by: 4. Bats were individually marked with aluminum arm rings (A.C. Hughes Inc. UK). Specimens were identified using a combination of keys (Goodwin and Greenhall,Vizotto and Taddei,Gannon, et al.,Emmons and Feer,Simmons and Voss, ).

Marcelo R. Nogueira, André Pol and Adriano L. Peracchi confirmed the identification of Cited by: type specimen: n. The specimen that was originally used to name a species or subspecies or that was later designated as the basis for that name.

A type specimen might be a dried plant, a preserved animal, or a fossil and is usually kept in a museum or herbarium. There are several kinds of type specimens, such as holotypes and lectotypes. Significant accomplishments of Carter's career at TTU include the publication of Catalogue of Type Specimens of Neotropical Bats in Selected European Museums (co-authored by his Ph.D.

student, Patricia Dolan) and his service as editor (along with Robert J. Baker and J Knox Jones, Jr.) of the 3-part series Biology of Bats of the New World Family. DNA barcoding seeks to advance both species identification and discovery through the study of patterns of sequence divergence in a standardized gene region.

A segment near the 5′‐terminus of the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 (COI) gene has been selected as the barcode region for members of the animal kingdom (Hebert et al. ).Cited by:   The largest study of bats to date included specimens representing bat species in South East Asia and speculated that taxonomic richness in this area may be underestimated by more than 50%.

Francis et al. [16] also speculate that rates of endemism are much higher than previously recognized by classical morphology, a conclusion which has Cited by: Abstract.

The ecology of reproduction became firmly established as a discrete area of investigation with the publication of Sadlier’s monograph inThe Ecology of Reproduction in Wild and Domestic Animals.I witnessed the gestation of this book, for Sadlier wrote it in the Wellcome Institute in the London Zoo, where I was working at the time on a doctoral by:   CARTER DC y PG DOLAN.

Catalogue of type specimens of Neotropical bats in selected european museums. Special Publications The Museum Texas Tech University 15(1) DIAZ MM, S SOLARI, LF AGUIRRE, L AGUIAR y RM BARQUEZ. Clave de identificacion de los murcielagos de Sudamerica/Chave de indentificao dos morcegos da America do Sul.

The big naked-backed bat is found in Central and South America. Its range includes the following countries: Belize Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela.

It has only been documented at elevations below m (1, ft) above sea : Mormoopidae. Kalinowski's mastiff bat is a species of bat in the family Molossidae, the free-tailed bats.

It is native to Peru and northern Chile. Relatively little is known about the species, but it is thought to be common in its range. It is sometimes seen in urban areas. Molecular sequencing data indicates that the closest relatives of M.

kalinowski are members of another genus, : Mammalia. We selected 11 islands that differed in size (25–50 ha) and isolation (002–34 km) as well as six mainland sites on three peninsulas (Bohio, Gigante and Peña Blanca) within the BCNM ().To investigate potential edge‐effects, a paired design with one forest edge and one forest interior site at each of these mainland locations was adopted (mean distance between interior and edge sites Cited by: COVID Resources.

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The largest study of bats to date included specimens representing bat species in South East Asia and speculated that taxonomic richness in this area may be underestimated by more than 50%. Francis et al. [16] also speculate that rates of endemism are much higher than previously recognized by classical morphology, a conclusion which has Cited by: LeCroy, M.

Addenda and corrigenda to type specimens of birds in the American Museum of Natural History, part 1 (by James C. Greenway, Jr. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (3): –). Licona-Vera, Y., and J. Ornelas. Phylogeny of Neotropical Nectar-Feeding Bats 25 the division of Glossophagini into two groups, which we will here refer to informally as “glossophagines” (generaGlossophaga, Leptonycteris, andMonophyllus) and “cho- eronycterines” (generaAnoura, Choeronycteris, Choeroniscus, Hylonycteris, Lichonyc- teris, Musonycteris, andScleronycteris).

Questions regarding relationships among nectar Cited by: The big red bat is found in Central and South America. Its range includes Panama, Brazil, French Guiana, and Suriname. Inthe species was documented in Honduras for the first time. This marked a 1, km ( mi) extension of the species' range from the previously known northern : Mammalia.

Global Plants is a database of plant type specimens, reference works, and primary sources and is an essential resource for research in botany, ecology, and conservation studies. It contains more than two million high-resolution type specimens, and this number continues to grow.

Exclosure experiments have demonstrated the effects of bird predation on arthropods. In a Mexican coffee plantation, we excluded foliage-gleaning bird and bat predators from coffee plants.

Effects of bats and birds were additive. In the dry season, birds reduced arthropods in coffee plants by 30%; birds and bats together reduced arthropods by 46%. In the wet season, bats reduced Cited by:   Abstract. Chinchilla chinchilla (Lichtenstein, ), a hystricomorph rodent of the family Chinchillidae, is a highland species that inhabits the Andean foothills of northern Chile and southern Bolivia, specifically the Antofagasta and Atacama regions in Chile and Potosí in Bolivia, at elevations of 3,–5, m.

It has a silky-soft pelage of extremely dense and long fur, the color of Author: Pablo Valladares F, Ángel E Spotorno, Arturo Cortes M, Carlos Zuleta R. To assess the potential of Neotropical bats as hosts for hantaviruses and its transmission dynamics in nature, we tested 53 bats for active hantaviral infection from specimens collected in Southeastern Brazil.

Part of the hantaviral S segment was amplified from the frugivorous Carollia perspicillata and the common vampire bat Desmodus by: 4. Abstract.

A review and reappraisal of bats of the genus Eumops (Chiroptera: Molossidae) reveals that considerable geographic variation is present in the bonneted bat, E. glaucinus; it is a complex consisting of >1 species.

Bonneted bats in Florida are significantly larger than those in all other populations, and have proportionally shorter and deeper basisphenoid pits, the glenoid fossa is Cited by:. Altogether different bat specimens had a single bat fly.

Numbers of infected bats are given in Table 2, along with minimum and maximum number of bat flies collected per bat. Of the 28 sampled bat species, 13 were not found to host bat flies (46%). Collection data of all surveyed 1, bat fly specimens are listed in Additional file 2: Table by: Holdings of primary-type specimens by museums and academic institutions are of particular importance to entomologists interested in studying originally described type specimens.

In this first complete catalogue of the Smithsonian’s longhorned woodboring beetle collection, a list of all primary specimen types is made by: 2.This Web site contains the URLs and annotations for all Web-accessible resources listed in Guide to Reference and Information Sources in the Zoological Sciences, published by “Libraries Unlimited” in The intent of this site is to keep the URLs for this select group of .