Geographical variation in the high-duty cycle echolocation of the cryptic common mustached bat Pteronotus cf. rubiginosus (Mormoopidae)

@inproceedings{LpezBaucells2018GeographicalVI,
  title={Geographical variation in the high-duty cycle echolocation of the cryptic common mustached bat Pteronotus cf. rubiginosus (Mormoopidae)},
  author={Adri{\`a} L{\'o}pez-Baucells and Laura Torrent and Ricardo Rocha and Ana Carolina D'Oliveira Pavan and Paulo Estefano D. Bobrowiec and Christoph F. J. Meyer},
  year={2018}
}
The use of bioacoustics as a tool for bat research is rapidly increasing worldwide. There is substantial evidence that environmental factors such as weather conditions or habitat structure can affect echolocation call structure in bats and thus compromise proper species identification. However, intraspecific differences in echolocation due to geographical variation are poorly understood, which poses a number of issues in terms of method standardization. We examined acoustic data for Pteronotus… CONTINUE READING
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