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Bats of the Ouachita Mountains
A survey was conducted from June, 1982 through January, 1989 to determine the occurrence of bat species in the Ouachita Mountain region of west-central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma, withExpand
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Notes on the Natural History of Lasiurus borealis in Arkansas
SinceJune 1982 we have studied various aspects of red bat ecologyin Arkansas with emphasis on field work in the Ouachita Mountains and examination of specimens submitted to the Arkansas Department ofExpand
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Silvicultural practices and management of habitat for bats
The twenty-first century has seen a shift in the philosophy and practice of forestry. Historic assumptions that prevailed as recently as three decades ago have been chalJenged in light ofExpand
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Winter Roosting Ecology of Silver-Haired Bats in an Arkansas Forest
Abstract Although summer roosting by Lasionycteris noctivagans (Silverhaired Bats) has been studied in various ecological regions of North America, no quantitative studies have examined winter roostExpand
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FECUNDITY, REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY, AND INFLUENCE OF PRECIPITATION ON CLUTCH SIZE IN THE WESTERN SLIMY SALAMANDER (PLETHODON ALBAGULA)
We investigated the reproductive ecology of the western slimy salamander (Plethodon albagula) in an abandoned mine shaft in the Ouachita National Forest of south-central Arkansas. The mine habitatExpand
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Reproductive Phenophases and Clutch Characteristics of Selected Arkansas Amphibians
Seasonal reproductive phenomena in 13 species of salamanders and 1 6 species of anurans from Arkansas were investigated. Most specimens were collected during a span of 6 years (1985-1 990). ClutchExpand
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Abandoned Mine Fauna of the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas: Vertebrate Taxa
Numerous visits, overthe past four years, of 27 abandoned mines in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas revealed that the mines are serving as hibernacula, breeding sites, and permanent or temporaryExpand
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PHYLOGENETIC AND POPULATION GENETIC ASSESSMENT OFRAFINESQUE’S BIG-EARED BAT ( CORYNORHINUS RAFINESQUII )
Rafinesque’s big-eared bat (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) is distributed across the Southeastern United States. Due to habitat loss and low population numbers, this species is a Federal species ofExpand
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Rabies Prevalence Among and New Distribution Records of Arkansas Bats
Rabies has been known from Arkansas bats since 1961 and approximately 18% of cases of animal rabies in the state are accounted for by bats (Heidt 1982; Sasse 2004). General statistics on total batExpand
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