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Use of Forest Edges by Bats in a Managed Pine Forest Landscape
Abstract Forest edges often have increased species richness and abundance (edge effect) and affect spatial behaviors of species and dynamics of species interactions. Landscapes of intensively managedExpand
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Production of ultrasonic vocalizations by Peromyscus mice in the wild
BackgroundThere has been considerable research on rodent ultrasound in the laboratory and these sounds have been well quantified and characterized. Despite the value of research on ultrasoundExpand
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Ultrasonic Vocalizations of Male Mice Differ among Species and Females Show Assortative Preferences for Male Calls
Male house mice (Mus musculus) emit ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) during courtship, which attract females, and we aimed to test whether females use these vocalizations for species or subspeciesExpand
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A genetic analysis of group movement in an isolated population of tree-roosting bats
Group fission is an important dispersal mechanism for philopatric adults. In Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Saskatchewan, tree-roosting big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) exhibit fission–fusionExpand
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Genetic relatedness in winter populations of seasonally gregarious southern flying squirrels, Glaucomys volans
Abstract Southern flying squirrels (Glaucomys volans) face a dilemma: winter aggregation is beneficial for thermoregulation but costly due to nest mates pilfering stored food in the home area and theExpand
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Female and male adult brush mice (Peromyscus boylii) use ultrasonic vocalizations in the wild
We examined the individual context of ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) produced by free-living wild male and female adult brush mice (Peromyscus boylii). We tested the hypothesis that USV productionExpand
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Winter Activity of Coastal Plain Populations of Bat Species Affected by White-Nose Syndrome and Wind Energy Facilities
Across the entire distribution of a species, populations may have variable responses to environmental perturbations. Many bat species experience mortality in large portions of their range duringExpand
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Peromyscus boylii (Rodentia: Cricetidae)
Abstract Peromyscus boylii (Baird, 1855), the brush deermouse, is a common cricetid rodent in the southwestern United States and Mexico. It is a member of the Peromyscus boylii species group and hasExpand
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Male fidelity expressed through rapid testosterone suppression of ultrasonic vocalizations to novel females in the monogamous California mouse
The steroid hormone testosterone (T) is a well-known mediator of male sexual behavior in vertebrates. However, less is known about T's rapid effects on sexual behavior, particularly those involvingExpand
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Differences in Ultrasonic Vocalizations between Wild and Laboratory California Mice (Peromyscus californicus)
Background Ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) emitted by muroid rodents, including laboratory mice and rats, are used as phenotypic markers in behavioral assays and biomedical research. InterpretationExpand
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