Physiological and behavioral adaptations in bats living at high latitudes

@article{Boyles2016PhysiologicalAB,
  title={Physiological and behavioral adaptations in bats living at high latitudes},
  author={J. Boyles and L. P. McGuire and Esmarie Boyles and Jesika P. Reimer and Christopher A.C. Brooks and Robert W. Rutherford and Teresa A. Rutherford and J. Whitaker and G. McCracken},
  journal={Physiology \& Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={165},
  pages={322-327}
}
Widespread animals at the extremes of the species' distribution experience ecological constraints different than individuals in the core of the distribution. For example, small endotherms at very high latitudes face short summers with cool temperatures and a lack of true darkness. In particular, insectivorous bats at high latitudes may experience constraints because of their unique life history traits, and may have different energy requirements than bats at lower latitudes. To evaluate the… Expand
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