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Mammals of South America , Volume 1 Marsupials , Xenarthrans , Shrews , and Bats

@inproceedings{Woodman2017MammalsOS,
  title={Mammals of South America , Volume 1 Marsupials , Xenarthrans , Shrews , and Bats},
  author={Neal Woodman and Jaime NfauT},
  year={2017}
}
A Revision of the Didelphid Marsupial Genus MarmosaPart 2. Species of the Rapposa Group (Subgenus Micoureus)
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Phylogenetic analyses of a multigene dataset suggest that putative species of Micoureus belong to several well-supported clades, one of which (the “Rapposa Group”) is revised in this report.
Morcegos da Floresta Nacional De Carajás – PA: lista de espécies
Bats are one of the species richest groups among mammals, and may contain 20-25% of the species in a community in tropical forests. Neotropical bat assemblages show high structure, high diversity and
Distribution and Morphological Variation of Xeronycteris vieirai Gregorin and Ditchfield, 2005 (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae)
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The morphological variation of skull shape found in the most comprehensive sample of X. vieirai to date is described and discussed, and endemism issues related to the different biomes where it occurs (in the South American dry diagonal).
Identification of regions of constitutive heterochromatin and sites of ribosomal DNA (rDNA) in Rhogeessa hussoni (Genoways & Baker, 1996) (Chiroptera; Mammalia; Vespertilionidae)
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This study carried out the first cytogenetic characterization of R. hussoni, supplementing knowledge about regions of heterochromatin and ribosomal DNA in this species, thus contributing to future elucidations about the genetic diversification in the genus Rogheessa.
Incidence of Viruses in Neotropical Bats
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This paper reviews the incidence of viruses in Neotropical bats, and the role of species as hosts or vectors of these diseases, and a total of 110 species belonging to seven families were found to have been detected carrying virus in the region.
A systematic revision of the bats (Chiroptera) of Honduras: an updated checklist with corroboration of historical specimens and new records
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A reassessment of the conservation status of the bats of Honduras is recommended considering recent changes and that a number of species have not been observed since their reports in historical records and require an update of the taxonomic identification keys.
RANGE EXTENSION AND NATURAL HISTORYOBSERVATIONS FOR THE SMOKY BAT(Amorphochilus schnablii)
The narrow Paci c coastal region west of the Andes Mountains in South America is a hotspot of endemism, including at least seven bat species. One of the least known species from this region is
Lasiurus varius (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)
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L. varius is characterized by its deep reddish coloration without frosted appearance, and by the uropatagium covered with long hairs that extend beyond the trailing edge, which clearly distinguishes it from the other species in the genus.
Structure and composition of Nycteribiidae and Streblidae flies on bats along an environmental gradient in northeastern Brazil
Bats can be parasitized by several arthropod groups, including ectoparasitic flies. The high host specificity is a common phenomenon between flies and bats. In recent years, more efforts have been
DIVERSITY OF CAVE BATS IN THE BRAZILIAN TROPICAL DRY FOREST OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE STATE
Caves are important roosts for bats in karstic areas and play a critical role in the protection of bat populations. In the state of Rio Grande do Norte, in northeastern Brazil, cave-dwelling bats are
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