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Response of Northern bats (Myotis septentrionalis) to Prescribed Fires in Eastern Kentucky Forests
Abstract Prescribed fire is becoming a common management tool for restoring forests of North America; however, effects of prescribed fire on forest-dwelling bats remain unclear. During 2006 and 2007,Expand
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Identification of prey of Myotis septentrionalis using DNA-based techniques
Abstract Identifying and characterizing trophic linkages is fundamental to understanding how prey availability affects predator behavior, distribution, and density, and to elucidating the extent toExpand
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Migratory and winter activity of bats in Yellowstone National Park
A substantial body of work exists describing timing of migration and hibernation among bats in eastern North America, but less is known about these events among bats inhabiting the Rocky MountainExpand
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Forest structure affects trophic linkages: How silvicultural disturbance impacts bats and their insect prey
Abstract Vertebrate insectivores such as bats are a pervasive top-down force on prey populations in forest ecosystems. Conservation focusing on forest-dwelling bats requires understanding ofExpand
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Prey Consumption of Insectivorous Bats in Coniferous Forests of North-Central Idaho
A considerable body of work has emerged on the ecology of insectivorous bats in forests of the Pacific Northwest, including dietary studies. Existing research in the Pacific Northwest on bat dietsExpand
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Relationships among burn severity, forest canopy structure and bat activity from spring burns in oak–hickory forests
The extent to which prescribed fires affect forest structure and habitats of vertebrate species is an important question for land managers tasked with balancing potentially conflicting objectives ofExpand
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Temporal Changes in Body Mass and Body Condition of Cave-Hibernating Bats During Staging and Swarming
Abstract The rapid colonization of the Pseudogymnoascus destructans fungus across cave systems in eastern North America and the associated bat mortalities (white-nose syndrome; WNS), necessitatesExpand
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Variation in moth occurrence and implications for foraging habitat of Ozark big-eared bats
We investigated patterns of moth occurrence among habitats in two different landscapes surrounding roosts of the endangered Ozark big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii ingens) from May to AugustExpand
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Prey Size and Dietary Niche of Rafinesque's Big-Eared Bat (Corynorhinus rafinesquii)
Abstract Bats in the genus Corynorhinus possess a suite of morphological characters that permit them to effectively use both gleaning and aerial-hawking foraging strategies to capture Lepidoptera.Expand
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Food Habits of Myotis leibii along a Forested Ridgetop in West Virginia
Abstract Data on food habits of Myotis leibii (Eastern Small-footed Myotis) are scarce. We dissected 172 fecal samples collected from 75 adult (29 males and 46 females) and 2 juvenile (1 male and 1Expand
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