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Exposure to contaminants is one of the main threats to all living organisms. In this context, bats have been used to indicate… Expand Sturnira is the most speciose genus of New World leaf-nosed bats (Phyllostomidae). We name Sturnira adrianae, new species. This… Expand With 22 species, Sturnira is the most speciose genus of frugivorous Neotropical bats. Sturnira parvidens inhabits lowland… Expand Abstract. Bats occupy a variety of natural and artificial diurnal roosts. These environments offer several advantages for bats… Expand The Yellow-shouldered bats, Genus Sturnira, are widespread, diverse, and abundant throughout the Neotropical Region, but little… Expand Molecular and morphological analyses of variation often conflict with historical species descriptions based on a few characters… Expand Sturnira perla, the new species described herein, is diagnosed as an independent phylogenetic lineage in hypotheses derived from… Expand We discuss the first geographic record of Sturnira thomasi for Colombia, reported by Cuartas-Calle and Munoz (1999) based on a… Expand Reproduction of bats is determined by a suite of endogenous and exogenous factors. Among exogenous influences, special attention… Expand