REFERÊNCIAS

REFERÊNCIAS DO TEXTO

 

Wilson D. E. & Mittmeier, R. A. eds. (2019). Handbook of the Mammals of the Worlds. Vol 9. Bats. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.

Lopez-Baucells A., R. Rocha, P. E. D. Bobrowiec, E. Bernard, J. Palmeirim, & C. F. J. Meyer. (2018). Field guide to Amazonian bats. 2nd ed. Pelagic Publishing, Exeter, United Kingdom.

 

REFERÊNCIAS SOBRE OS MORCEGOS INSETÍVOROS AÉREOS DO BRASIL

 

  1. Marques, J. T., Pereira, M. J. R. & J. M. Palmeirim. (2015). Patterns in the use of rainforest vertical space by neotropical aerial insectivorous bats: all the action is up in the canopy. Ecography.

  2. Hintze, F., Arias-Aguilar, A., Aguiar, L. M. S., Pereira, M. J. R. & E. Bernard. (2016). Uma nota de precaução sobre a identificação automática de chamados de ecolocalização de morcegos no Brasil. Boletim da Sociedade Brasileira de Mastozoologia.  

  3. Arias-Aguilar, A., Hintze, F., Aguiar, L. M. S., Rufray, V., Bernard, E. & M. J. R. Pereira. (2018). Who’s calling? Acoustic identification of Brazilian bats. Mammal Research.

  4. Appel, G., López-Baucells, A., Magnusson, W. E. & P. E. D. Bobrowiec. (2017). Aerial insectivorous bat activity in relation to moonlight intensity. Mammalian Biology.

  5. Dias-Silva, L., Duarte, G. T., Alves, R., Pereira, M. J. R., & Paglia, A. (2018). Feeding and social activity of insectivorous bats in a complex landscape: The importance of gallery forests and karst areas. Mammalian Biology.

  6. Torrent, L., López‐Baucells, A., Rocha, R., Bobrowiec, P. E., & C. F. Meyer. (2018). The importance of lakes for bat conservation in Amazonian rainforests: an assessment using autonomous recorders. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.

  7. Appel, G., López-Baucells, A., Magnusson, W. E. & P. E. D. Bobrowiec. (2019). Temperature, rainfall and moonlight effects on activity of tropical insectivorous bats activity. Journal of Mammalogy.

  8. Hintze, F., Arias-Aguilar, A., Dias-Silva, L., Delgado-Jaramillo, M., Silva, C. R., Jucá, T., Mischiatti, F. L., Almeida, M., Bezerra, B., Aguiar, L. M. S., Pereira, M. J. R., E. Bernard. (2019). Molossid unlimited: extraordinary extension of range and unusual vocalization patterns of the bat, Promops centralis. Journal of Mammalogy.

  9. López-Baucells, A., Torrent, L., Rocha, R., Bobrowiec, P. E., Palmeirim, J. M., & C. F. Meyer. (2019). Stronger together: Combining automated classifiers with manual post-validation optimizes the workload vs reliability trade-off of species identification in bat acoustic surveys. Ecological informatics.

  10. Núnez, F. S., López-Baucells, A., Rocha, R., Farneda, F. Z., Bobrowiec, P. E. D., Palmeirim, J. M. & C.F.J Meyer. (2019). Echolocation and stratum preference: Key trait correlates of vulnerability of Insectivorous bats to tropical fragmentation. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.

 

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