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FORAGING HABITAT OF THE INDIANA BAT (MYOTIS SODALIS) AT AN URBAN–RURAL INTERFACE
Abstract We captured 11 Myotis sodalis and radiotracked them to foraging areas near Indianapolis International Airport during summer 2002. A series (3–7) of multiazimuth triangulations was used toExpand
Bat Ectoparasites from the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas, Including Notes from Big Bend National Park
Abstract Ectoparasites of 13 species of molossid, mormoopid, and vespertilionid bats from the Trans-Pecos region of Texas were studied, as follows: Antrozous pallidus (LeConte), CorynorhinusExpand
Foraging Behavior of Eastern Red Bats (Lasiurus Borealis) at an Urban-rural Interface
ABSTRACT We captured female Lasiurus borealis near the Indianapolis International Airport during summers of 2003 and 2004 and radiotracked them during foraging. We obtained complete foraging data onExpand
BAT COMMUNITIES IN HIGHLY IMPACTED AREAS: COMPARING CAMP ATTERBURY TO THE INDIANAPOLIS AIRPORT
Little information is available about how bats respond to landscape-scale disturbances . Herein is presented a comparison of two distinct forms of managed lands . Camp Atterbury is an active militaryExpand
Ectoparasites of Small Mammals in Western Iowa
Abstract We conducted a formal survey of small-mammal ectoparasite diversity in Iowa. We examined 166 small mammals and documented 54 species of parasitic arthropods present on 12 species of mammals.Expand
Twenty-five years of biological control of saltcedar (Tamarix: Tamaricaceae) in the Western USA: emphasis Texas - 1986-2011.
Four species of leaf beetles, Diorhabda carinulata (Desbrochers) from Kazakhstan and China (released in the USA in 2001), D. elongata (Brullé) from Greece and D. carinata (Faldermann) from UzbekistanExpand
ECTOPARASITES AND FOOD HABITS OF ELLIOT'S SHORT-TAILED SHREW, BLARINA HYLOPHAGA
Abstract The natural history of Elliot's short-tailed shrew (Blarina hylophaga) has remained virtually unknown since it was recognized as a distinct species in 1981. For this study, we examined 26Expand
HOST AND DISTRIBUTION LISTS OF MITES (ACARI), PARASITIC AND PHORETIC, IN THE HAIR OR ON THE SKIN OF NORTH AMERICAN WILD MAMMALS NORTH OF MEXICO: RECORDS SINCE 1974
Information concerning mites found in the hair of wild mammals of North America north of Mexico is summarized for records accumulated since a similar paper was published by Whitaker and Wilson inExpand
ECTOPARASITES OF SMALL MAMMALS FROM THE NEWPORT CHEMICAL DEPOT, VERMILLION COUNTY, INDIANA
Abstract Ectoparasites of various species of bats, carnivores, insectivores, and rodents were examined from the Newport Chemical Depot in Vermillion County, Indiana. A total of 16 species of hostsExpand
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