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Zoogeography of Antillean Bats
Analysis of the bat fauna of the Antillean Islands suggest that the most probable source of invnsion of the islands by bats is by overwaLer dispersal. The bat fauDa of ·the Greater Antilles isExpand
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Phylogenetics and Phylogeography of the Artibeus jamaicensis Complex Based on Cytochrome-b DNA Sequences
Abstract The phylogenetics and phylogeography of the Jamaican fruit-eating bat (Artibeus jamaicensis) were examined based on analysis of DNA sequence variation in the mitochondrial cytochrome-b geneExpand
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Genetic Diversity of Neotropical Myotis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) with an Emphasis on South American Species
Background Cryptic morphological variation in the Chiropteran genus Myotis limits the understanding of species boundaries and species richness within the genus. Several authors have suggested that itExpand
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Preserving natural science collections: chronicle of our environmental heritage
The report synthesizes information gathered from 250 professionals into recommendations and strategies that can be implemented by collecting institutions, research scientists, and collection managersExpand
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Revised checklist of North American mammals north of Mexico
The Checklist of North American Mammals North of Mexico, 2003 has been revised to include recent taxonomic changes and additions, as well as to include new distribution records and introductions forExpand
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Bats of Jamaica
The modern history of Jamaica is entwined with European exploration of the New World beginning with the landing of Columbus at Discovery Bay on 4 May 1494, during his second voyage to the Americas.Expand
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Prairie Legacies - Mammals
This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Natural Resources, School of at DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Ithas been accepted for inclusion in Papers in NaturalExpand
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Shifting Distributional Patterns of Mammals in Nebraska
New distributional records are presented for 20 species of mammals in Nebraska. The majority of these records appear to represent changes in geographic distribution rather than just better samplingExpand
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12. Results of the Alcoa Foundation-Suriname Expeditions. VI. Additional chromosomal data for bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from Suriname
As part of ongoing studies of the bats of Suriname, karyotypic information is presented for 17 species . Chromosomal data are presented for the first time for Peronymus leucopterus , PeropteryxExpand
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Bats of Jalisco, Mexico
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