John J. Rasweiler IV

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Two bat families, the leaf-nosed (Phyllostomidae) and fruit bats (Pteropodidae), have independently evolved the ability to consume plant resources. However, despite their similar ages, species richness and the strong selective pressures placed on the evolution of skull shape by plant-based foods, phyllostomids display more craniofacial diversity than(More)
The final stages of embryonic development in the oviduct, transport of the embryo to the uterus, and the initial stages of implantation have been examined in captive-bred Carollia perspicillata at the light and electron microscopic levels. Development progressed to the expanded, zona pellucida-free, blastocyst stage in the oviduct. The abundance of(More)
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