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Go to the city: urban invasions of four pipistrelle bat species in eastern Slovakia
Abstract Until now, late summer or autumn invasions into inhabited building have been regarded as phenomenon typical for the common pipistrelle, pipistrellus pipistrellus, exclusively. During theExpand
Spatiotemporal pattern in the autumn invasion behaviour of the common pipistrelle, Pipistrellus pipistrellus: Review with a case study
It is suggested that invasions are some misconduct associated with the migration into large swarming and hibernation sites while the social memory of adult females should be a mechanism facilitating such seasonal movements in young bats. Expand
Tracing the geographic origin of common pipistrelles (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) swarming at a mass hibernaculum
It is concluded that common pipistrelles observed at this mass hibernacula site are facultative migrants, which may undertake long-distance seasonal movements occasionally. Expand
Haplotype diversity in common pipistrelle’s mass hibernacula from central Europe
This study determined the genetic diversity of individuals that aggregate in two such caves in Slovakia and Romania with the help of a common and available genetic marker and found very low haplotype diversity within both mass hibernacula of P. pipistrellus. Expand