Distribution patterns, species richness and status of bats in Poland

@inproceedings{Konrad2006DistributionPS,
  title={Distribution patterns, species richness and status of bats in Poland},
  author={Konrad and Konrad Sachanowicz and Mateusz and Mateusz Ciechanowski and Krzysztof and Krzysztof Piksa},
  year={2006}
}
This review provides the fi rst up-to-date information on distribution and status of bats in Poland since 1983. The members of southern and northern European bat fauna occur in the country. 24 species (20 breeding) recorded so far can be divided into four groups with respect to their patterns of distribution. (1) Species with no limit of distribution in Poland [15] including (a) those numerous and widespread in all or almost all regions [5]: Eptesicus serotinus, Nyctalus noctula, Plecotus… CONTINUE READING

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