5 edition of Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica, T. niangarae and T. trevori found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 31-32.
|Statement||by R. L. Peterson.|
|Series||Royal Ontario Museum. Life sciences contributions, no. 85|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .T65 no. 85, QL737.C54 .T65 no. 85|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||78325323|
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Price: $ ©The Royal Ontario Museum, Queen's Park, Toronto, Canada printed at the university of TORONTO PRESS Systematic Status of the African Molossid Bats Tadarida congica, T.
niangarae and T. trevori Abstract A series of Tadarida congica, including the first known males, is the first to be reported since the species was.
Get this from a library. Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica, T. niangarae and T. trevori. [Randolph L Peterson]. Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica, T.
niangarae and T. trevori /. A systematic study of the nearctic larvae of the Hydropsyche morosa group (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica, T.
niangarae and T. trevori Bibliography: p. Topics: Tadarida congica, Tadarida niangarae, Tadarida trevori, Mammals, Mammals. ROM Publications.
Revision. A new bat of the genus Vampyressa from Guyana, South Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica with a brief systematic review of the genus / View Metadata. By: Peterson, Randolph L. Publication info: [Toronto:Royal Ontario Museum], Holding Institution: University of Toronto - Royal Ontario Museum Library & Archives.
Tadarida trevori Trevor’s Free-tailed Bat. In: Happold M. & Happold D. (eds) Mammals of Africa Volume IV. The systematic status of the African molossid bats Tadarida bemmeleni and Tadarida cistura.
Peterson R.L. Systematic status of the African molossid bats Tadarida congica, T. niangarae and T. trevori. Life Science.
Description. The little free-tailed bat is one of the smallest species in the genus Chaerephon, and a total body length is measured from 54 to mm. The ventral fur has lighter color than the dorsal fur, which is short and blackish-brown.
Pale or white hairs are observed on the ventral surface where wings are connected to flanks, and both white-winged (north-eastern African species) and dark. Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica, T. niangarae and T. trevori, Contributions Life Sci Div R Ont Mus () Systematic status of the genus Crinopteryx Peyerimhoff, (Lepidoptera, Incurvariidae).
of the dental morphology of the recent bats of the Tadarida group leads to distinguish four genera: Rhizomop,s nov. gen., Nyctinomops, Tadarida (including the sub-genera. ANALISIS MULTIVARIADO EN MOLOSSIDOS - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
Brosset, A. Social organization in the African bat, Myotis boccagei. African Chiroptera Report In northeastern Gabon (lat.: ° north; long.: ), the social organization of the vespertilionid bat Myotis boccagei was studied. In four groups, all individuals (55) were marked and monitored regularly for 38 months.
Ecological and behavioural evidence for the systematic status of New Zealand oystercatchers: (Charadriiformes: Haematopodidae) / Systematic status of the African Molossid bats Tadarida congica, T. niangarae and T. trevori / View Metadata. By: Peterson, Randolph L. - Royal Ontario Museum.
Variation in the African bat, Tadarida lobata. Reproductive Status g File name Surroundings (see sectionsub-section 2b) Release Type (see sectionsub-section 2c) Date Time Country Locality Latitude Longitude Sampling Rate Bit Rate Filters Used st Last Name Title First Name Institution Department Email Address Website t Bat Detector Recording Device Microphone Media Type Other.
Taxonomy. The description as a new species was published in by McKenzie, Reardon, & Adams, separating them from a poorly understood population known as the planiceps group.
This was the result of a revision of the uncertain diversity of several Mormopterus populations, previously recognised by their affinity to species Mormopterus planiceps. Before its publication as a new species, the. The molossid bat, T. brasiliensis, had narrower wings than the vespertilionid bats; this shape was not due to compression of the entire wing, but to a complicated rotation around the fifth digit.
The vespertilionid bats were difficult to discern based on wing shape alone, but the warp analysis showed that P. hesperus and M. lucifugus are more. Free tailed Bats Temporal range: Late Eocene to Recent Unidentified molossid.
Note that the tail extends beyond the uropatagium Scientific classification Kingdom. African Chiroptera Report download Plainte. Commentaires. Transcription. African Chiroptera Report A Rapid Biological Assessment of Three Classified Forests 40 Participants et auteurs. 5 Profil des organisations.
7 Remerciements. 9 Aperçu du Rapport. 11 Résumé exécutif. 14 Cartes et photos. 31 Chapitres. 35 Conservation International M Street, NW Suite Washington, DC USA Annexes. TELEPHONE: FAX: [seek-cvs] seek/projects/taxon/src/org/ecoinformatics/taxon/server/util/harvest/msw/csv Biology and Ecology of Microchiropteran Bats - Bat Specialist Group.