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Range overlap and association patterns in the tent-making bat Artibeus watsoni
Space use and ranging patterns of individuals have traditionally been used to identify social systems, and the amount of overlap in the home ranges of individuals can provide indirect information about the likelihood of ...
Ecological Correlates of Roost Fidelity in the Tent-Making Bat Artibeus watsoni
Roost switching is a common occurrence in bats, yet the causes and consequences of such behavior are poorly understood. In this study we explore the ecological correlates of roost fidelity in the tent‐making bat Artibeus ...
Reproductive biology and postnatal development in the tent-making bat Artibeus watsoni (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae)
In this study we investigated the reproductive patterns and postnatal development in the tent‐making bat Artibeus watsoni. We sampled two populations in the Golfito Wildlife Refuge and Corcovado National Park, south‐western ...
Social calls used by a leaf-roosting bat to signal location
Social calls in bats have many functions, including mate attraction and maintaining contact during flight. Research suggests that social calls may also be used to transfer information about roosts, but no studies have yet ...