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Neotropical bats from western México

Anderson, Sydney

Neotropical bats from western México

by Anderson, Sydney

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Published by University of Kansas in Lawrence .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artibeus.,
  • Bats -- Mexico

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sydney Anderson.
    SeriesUniversity of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History -- v. 14, no. 1
    ContributionsUniversity of Kansas. Museum of Natural History.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16547239M

    Amphibians in Neotropical region: In this zone 14 families of Amphibians are present 1) Pipa pipa 2) Hyla 3) Bufo 4) Rana etc. Caecelians are also represented in this region 1) Siphanophis 2) Rainotrema, Urodeles are very few. Reptiles in neotropical regions: The reptiles of the sub-region will resemble those of Ethiopian and Oriental zone. New book: Field Guide to Amazonian Bats – Released on September 5th. We’re a diffused group of conservation ecologists based at the Universities of Lisbon (Portugal), Salford (UK), Helsinki (Finland), Madeira (Portugal), the Natural Science Museum of Granollers (Catalonia) and at the National Institute for Amazonian Research (Brazil).

    Introduction. Mountain environments represent one of the most intriguing ecosystems on Earth. The drastic variation of environmental conditions across the elevational gradient [] promotes major differences between the communities of high mountain areas and nearby lowland sites [2–4].The specialized traits required to thrive in such environments and/or competition with lowland Cited by: 4. Características Generales Arrecifes de coral ¿Clima? Temperatura cálida (caluroso) 31º y 22º Radiación solar directa ¿Neotropical? Clima cálido y húmedo Bosques húmedos Gran variedad de biodiversidad Sur de Norteamerica, C.A y mucho de Suramerica Bosques lluviosos o .

    Bats use a lot of energy flying around and must consume a lot of food, such as insects, to fuel their daily activities. When cold weather drives insects away, bats must choose to hunker down and hibernate or migrate to warmer areas with more abundant food supply. Some bat species hibernate, some migrate, and some do both.   The Neotropical otter has a wide distribution in Mexico, covering the western and eastern regions of the country (Fig. 1a). This otter species is mainly found in freshwater bodies such as rivers, creeks, lakes, reservoirs, and irrigation channels.


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Neotropical Bats from Western México. BY SYDNEY ANDERSON. Tropical fruit-eating bats of the genus Artibeus reach their northern limits on the lowlands of the eastern and western coasts of México.

Recent students have placed the species of Mexican Artibeus in two groups; one includes bats of small size and one includes bats of large size (Dalquest, ; Lukens. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Sydney, Neotropical bats from western México. Lawrence, University of Kansas, (OCoLC) Neotropical Bats from Northern Mexico Kindle Edition by Anderson, Sydney (Author) Format: Kindle Edition.

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