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Diversity and Abundance of Bats (Chiroptera) found in Bat Boxes in East Lithuania
Bat diversity and abundance was investigated in thirteen areas in east Lithuania in 2009 and the Nathusius’ pipistrelle and soprano pipistrelles clearly dominated in the bat assemblage. Expand
Distribution of the Sibling Vole (Microtus Rossiaemeridionalis Ognev, 1924) (Rodentia, Cricetidae) in Lithuania
While applying complex methods, there was investigated the distribution of the sibling vole in Lithuania and a comparative analysis of morphological features of 131 sibling voles was carried out. Expand
The Use of Bat Boxes of Two Models by Nathusius' Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus nathusii) in Southeastern Lithuania
The rate of occupancy of standard boxes by Nathusius’ bats was found to be nearly six times higher than that of flat boxes, and the absolute majority of bats used both models during the nursery and autumn migration season. Expand
New Data on the Pygmy Field Mouse (Apodemus Uralensis) Distribution and Habitats in Lithuania
The collected data on A. uralensis dwelling places prove that it is an ‘ecotonic’ species most often residing on the edges of forests and in open habitats bordering on forests. Expand
Hibernation of Barbastelle (Barbastella Barbastellas) in Šeškinė Bunkers in Vilnius (Lithuania). A Possibe Bat Population Response to Climate change
Between 1997-2000 there was investigated the abundance of barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus) hibernating in Seskinė bunkers in Vilnius. By comparing the results of animal abundance in thisExpand
Diversity of Small Mammals in the Northwestern Lithuania (Mažeikiai District)
During the investigation carried out in 1997 and 2000 on the territory of Mažeikiai district small mammals representing 13 species were found, the most widespread and abundant were Sorex araneus and Clethrionomys glareolus and Apodemus uralensis, quite a recently identified species in Lithuania. Expand
Bats (Chiroptera) found in bat boxes in Southeastern Lithuania
Bats were abundant in the boxes from late July till the beginning of September, while later in the season both sexes were present and bat boxes of different design should be probably used. Expand
Vilnius City Theriofauna
The most widely spread and the most abundant small rodents of Vilnius were bank and common voles and yellow-necked mice, whereas muskrats and water voles were less frequent and pine martens and otters and badgers were more frequent. Expand
Bat species composition and abundance in two underground hibernaculae in Vilnius before and after fencing
Species composition and abundance of hibernating bats were investigated in Šeškinė bunkers and the Paneriai tunnel in Vilnius (Lithuania). Before fencing the Šeškinė hibernaculum against humanExpand