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Functional morphology of three bats: Eumops, Myotis, Macrotus.
Terry A. Vaughan
Bibliography: p. 135-136.
|Series||University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History,, v. 12, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .K27 vol. 12, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||59063556|
Pp. , 2 figures in text. J 8. A new subspecies of bat (Myotis velifer) from southeastern California and Arizona. Functional morphology of three bats: Eumops, Myotis, Macrotus. By Terry A. Vaughan. Pp. , 4 plates, 24 figures in text. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can. Capitalized color-terms refer to Ridgway (). Color terms without initial letters capitalized do not refer to any one standard. The names of the cusps and ridges of the teeth (see Figure 2) are those suggested by Wood and Wilson ().Terminology of the enamel grooves and folds is that of Hershkovitz () and Hooper (b).
The status of the name Myotis subulatus Say. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington – (B. P. Glass and Baker). Notes on some bats of Tamaulipas. Southwestern Naturalist – (Baker and G. Lopez). Intraspecific chromosome variation in the bat, Macrotus waterhousii Gray. Journal of Mammalogy Cited by: 1. The American Bats of the genera Myotis and Pizonyx. viii, p., 1 pl, 13 maps, wrps, fronte cover missing; VM € 34 Miller, G.S. & J.A.G. Rehn, Systematic results of the study of North American Land Mammals to the close of the year p., .
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Vaughn. Selected aspects of the morphology of bats of the family Molossidae are described and the functional significance of these features are discussed.
The structure and proportions of the ears and the wings are considered to reflect primarily the rapid enduring flight typical of molossids. Functional morphology of three bats: Eumops, Myotis Cited by: In this way we provide a broadly based functional interpretation of the selective forces that influence wing morphology in bats.
Measured flight speeds in bats permit testing of these predictions. The California leaf-nosed bat weighs between Functional morphology of three bats: Eumops and 20 grams, has a wingspan of over 30 centimeters and a body length of over 6 centimeters, and is brown in its name implies, it has a triangular fleshy growth of skin, called a noseleaf, protruding above the : Mammalia.
Vaughan TA () Functional morphology of three bats: Eumops, Myotis, Macrotus, University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History, Lawrence 12(1):1– Google Scholar Vaughan TA () Morphology and flight characteristics of molossid : Aleksandra A.
Panyutina, Aleksandra A. Panyutina, Leonid P. Korzun, Alexander N. Kuznetsov. Eumops perotis (Western Mastiff Bat). Suborder Microchiroptera; Family Molossidae; Sub Family; Genus Eumops; Species Name perotis; Sub Species; Subspecies Of; Common Name Western Mastiff Bat; Synonomy Of; Dist Map True; Extinct False; Managed True; Fed Legal Status; Species Comments Synonyms:californicus, gigas, renatae, trumbullii.; Data Reviewed Not Reviewed; Subspecies (1).
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We examined the emergence patterns of Myotis velifer in central Texas in and assessed exposure to pesticide residues. We collected and analyzed guano from three caves for pesticide residues.
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