Michal Andreas

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In 2000–2002 bat droppings were collected under the emerging crevice of a nursery colony of Pipistrellus pygmaeus. The locality was situated in a floodplain forest at the confluence of the Dyje and Morava rivers (S Moravia, Czech Republic). In total, 27 samples (20 pellets in one sample) of droppings were used to analyze prey remains. In the diet, 40(More)
We investigated a community of syntopically occurring horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus hipposideros, R. euryale, R. ferrumequinum) in southern Slovakia. The faecal pellets of these bat species were collected in the field and later analysed under a dissecting microscope. The three species studied are known to be very similar as far as their ecology, echolocation(More)
From their studies on fluorine metabolism, the authors present some results concerning the distribution of fluorine in a series of soft tissues in relation to the fluorine concentration in the blood and to the uptake by the hard tissues after intravenous injection of fluorine-18. Unlike the hard tissues, the soft ones showed no storage of fluorine.