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Post-glacial re-colonization of European biota
Population structure is the result of both present processes and past history. Molecular markers are proving of great value in describing the former, and it is important to similarly determine theExpand
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Microchiropteran bats : global status survey and conservation action plan
Bats make up a quarter of all mammals, and almost half of the species can be considered threatened or near threatened at a global level. This publication offers the results of the first comprehensiveExpand
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The Impact of Conservation on the Status of the World’s Vertebrates
Assessing Biodiversity Declines Understanding human impact on biodiversity depends on sound quantitative projection. Pereira et al. (p. 1496, published online 26 October) review quantitativeExpand
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Timing of foraging flights of three species of bats in relation to insect activity and predation risk
The flight activity of three species of insectivorous bats and their prey was studied in north-east Scotland (57°N) during summer 1993. Aerial insects of sizes taken by bats were more abundant duringExpand
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Habitat Exploitation by a Gleaning Bat, Plecotus auritus
The brown long-eared bat, Plecotus auritus, differs from most other Palaearctic bats in having broad wings and long ears, which are linked to its slow flight, and its ability to hover and thus gleanExpand
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A review of the global conservation status of bats
makers as well as organisations and individuals who are promoting bat conservation issues. The underlying lights the priority areas where action is needed immediately at a global, regional orExpand
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Roost selection by the brown long-eared bat Plecotus auritus
1. One of the key threats to bats in Britain is loss of suitable roost sites, but little is known about roost requirements for most species. 2. Roost selection in the brown long-eared bat PlecotusExpand
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Effect of acoustic clutter on prey detection by bats
Bats that capture animal prey from substrates often emit characteristic echolocation calls that are short-duration, frequency-modulated (FM) and broadband. Such calls seem to be suited to locatingExpand
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