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Article: Diversidade e frugivoria de morcegos filostomídeos (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae) em habitats secundários e plantios de Pinus spp., no município de. Frugivoria de morcegos (Mammalia, Chiroptera) em Cecropia pachystachya ( Urticaceae) e seus efeitos na germinação das sementes. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology – Plant Frugivoria em morcegos (Mammalia, Chiroptera) no Parque Estadual Intervales, sudeste do .

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The role of seed dispersal in the natural regeneration of rain forest after strip-cutting in the Peruvian Amazon, p.

Measuring and monitoring biological diversity. Walker’s mammals of the world. Folivory in fruit-eating bats, with new evidence from Artibeus jamaicensis Chiroptera: Five repetitions were made with 30 seeds in each gerbox for each test.

Taxonomic assemblage of bats from Panga Reserve, Southeastern Brazil: The relationship between body size, diet, and habitats use in frugivorous ffugivoria, genus Carollia Phyllostomidae.

Revista Brasileira de ZoologiaCuritiba, 17 2: Dietary overlap in frugivorous and insectivorous bats from edaphic cerrado habitats of Brazil.

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The diet of bats from Southeastern Brazil: BiotropicaLawrence, 27 1: These results were superior from P. BiotropicaLawrence, Foraging patterns and resource utilization in seven species of bats in a seasonal tropical forest.


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Diet of the large fruit-eating bat Artibeus lituratus in a forest fragment in Brazil. Bats were monthly mist netted over a full year, and fecal samples were collected for dietary analysis. Biology of bats of the new world family Phyllostomatidae. The close association of different bat species with fruits of certain plant families and genus may be related to a possible mechanism of resource partitioning that shapes the structure of the community.

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Frugivory in bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) at the Intervales State Park, Southeastern Brazil

Passos I ; Wesley R. Differentiation and species status of the Neotropical yellow-eared bats Vampyressa pusilla and V. Morcfgos of MammalogyLawrence, 72 3: Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, For that, the bats were captured in the period from August to Julytheir feces were collected and the seeds of C.

Abstract Frugivorous bats are fundamental components in the maintenance and regeneration of tropical forests since they promote the mobility of the fruit seeds.

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There was a high germination percentage of the seeds found in A. The vanishing Brazilian Atlantic Forest.

Overall, seeds found in bat feces belong to eight plant families: Inter-relations between frugivorous vertebrates and pioneer plants: Acta ChiropterologicaWarsawa, 5 1: Journal of MammalogyLawrence, 74 1: Rarity in neotropical bats: Vol 48 No 3 It was concluded that the passage of the seeds of C. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer.


ArtibeusCarollia, diet, Sturnira. The coexistence of two frugivorous bat species and the phenology of their food plants in Brazil. Journal of Tropical EcologyCambridge, 7: Frugivory and seed dispersal: With the results obtained, it was concluded that the effects of the bats gut passage in the germination still needs further studies but the benefits of seed dispersion of C. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, vol.

Mammalian diversity and natural history, p. Revista Brasileira de ZoologiaCuritiba, 19 3: The germination tests were made for two bat species, Artibeus liuratus and Platyrrhinus fruigvoria, and were compared with seeds collected directly from the plant control. Bat Research NewsNew York, It was tested the importance of bats on the spread and germination of seeds from this plant species. Services on Demand Journal.