Zoogeography of Peruvian bats, with special emphasis on the role of the Andes

by Karl F. Koopman

Publisher: American Museum of Natural History in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 33 Downloads: 244
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Places:

  • Peru,
  • Andes,
  • Peru.,
  • Andes.

Subjects:

  • Bats -- Peru -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Bats -- Andes -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Mammals -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Mammals -- Peru.,
  • Mammals -- Andes.

Edition Notes

StatementKarl F. Koopman.
SeriesAmerican Museum novitates ;, no. 2651
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2651, QL737.C5 .A436 no. 2651
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p. ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4760206M
LC Control Number78106946

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ZOOGEOGRAPHY OF PERUVIAN BATS WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE ROLE OF THE ANDESAuthor: Karl F Koopman. Zoogeography of Peruvian bats, with special emphasis on the role of the Andes. American Museum novitates ; no. Koopman, Karl F. "The known distribution of each of species of bats from Peru is summarized.

The Andean mountain chain affects these distributions both as a barrier and as a creator of habitat differentiation. Three main distributional areas are distinguished, the humid.

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KOOPMAN1 ABSTRACT The known distribution of each of species of bats from Peru is summarized. The Andean moun-tain chain affects these distributions both as a barrier and as a creator of habitat differentiation. Three main distributional areas are.

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The uplifting of the Andes Mountains played an important role in the diversification of South American species of Artibeus and A. fraterculus is regarded as representative of a historical connection between Middle Zoogeography of Peruvian bats, with special emphasis on the role of the Andes Distribution and zoogeography of Peruvian bats.

Zoogeography of Peruvian Bats With Special Emphasis on the Role of the Andes. Am Museum Novit. ; 1– Tuttle MD. Distribution and Zoogeography of Peruvian Bats, with Comments W, Hulva P, Černá Bolfíková B, Buś MM, Rychlicka E, Sztencel-Jabłonka A, et al.

Cryptic diversity of Italian bats and the role of the Apennine. blank recipe cards on page 9 -6, and highlight the bat -dependant ingredients. Create a recipe book of bat -dependent dishes. Have each student bring from home or find on the internet one or more recipes that contain at least two bat-dependent ingredients.

Have students organize the recipes into a book illustrated with bats and interspersed with. In the case of Peru, part of the ecoregion crosses the Andes to reach the Pacific slope. These montane forests form a narrow belt (7º – 12º S) where the limited atmospheric moisture condenses enough to allow vegetation.

Lima, Peru. Koopman,K. Zoogeography of Peruvian Bats with special emphasis on the role of the Andes. American. Koopman KF () Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with special emphasis on the role of the Andes. American Museum Novitates Tuttle MD () Distribution and zoogeography of Peruvian bats, with comments on natural history.

University of Kansas Science Bulletin Koopman, Karl F. Koopman, Karl F., Koopman, Karl F., Karl Koopman zoologiste américain VIAF ID: (Personal) Permalink: Choeroniscus minor (Peters, ) is a phyllostomid commonly called the lesser long-tongued is a medium-size bat with an elongated muzzle, a very long tongue, and other cranial and dental features indicative of its highly specialized adaptations for nectar feeding.

However, Camargo and de Oliveira analysed the wing shape-structure that plays an important role in the foraging of frugivorous bats (Norberg and Rayner Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with special emphasis on the role of the Andes.

American Museum Novitates, 1– Diversity of bat-associated Leptospira in the Peruvian Amazon. Edición de la Asociación deMaestros Rosa Sensat.

Traducción de Cristófol Jordá. Barcelona,K. et al. A phylogenetic supertree of the bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera).Biological Conservation. DOI: /SI Reino n, K. Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with special emphasis on the role. Description of a new stenodermatous bat from Trinidad.

Annals and Magazine of Natural History, (6), 4: - Tuttle, M.D. Distribution and zoogeography of Peruvian bats, with comments on natural history.

The University of Kansas, Science Bulletin. 49(2): - Van den Bussche, R.A. Restriction-site variation and molecular. Bats of the tropical lowlands of western Ecuador. Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University Corbet, G.

B., and J. Hill. A world list of mammalian species. London: British Museum (Natural History). Davis, W. Review of South American bats of the genus Eptesicus. Southwestern Naturalist Mimon koepckeae Gardner & Patton, is an endemic Peruvian bat whose distribution used to be restricted to the type locality in Ayacucho Department, Peru, and surroundings (SimmonsWilliams & GenowaysVelazco & Aguirre ).

This species is known from three specimens (two females and one male), which were captured in the localities of Estera Ruana and Huanhuachayo, between. Paul Velazco, Bruce Patterson () Two new species of yellow-shouldered bats, genus Sturnira Gray, (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae) from Costa Rica, Panama and western Ecuador.

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Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. Analyses of bat capture records over a transect extending more than 3 km in elevation show that most bat species at Manu are widely distributed in the Amazon Basin.

Few are montane endemics or are localized in south‐eastern Peru, although exceptions to this. The most diverse known communities of insectivorous bats in the Palaeotropics and Neotropics are similar in alpha diversity (number of species).

However, they show distinct differences with respect to wing morphology and the echolocation behaviour of their component species. The role of the Andes in the diversification and biogeography of Neotropical mammals. – en Bones, clones, and biomes: the history and geography of Recent Neotropical mammals (Patterson, B.

D., y L. Costa, eds.). Range extension of the Peale's Free-tailed Bat Nyctinomops aurispinosus (Molossidae) Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil (Carter & DavisTaddei & GaruttiOchoaIbáñez & OchoaEger ; Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with special emphasis on the role of the Andes.

Mus. Novitates, ()   Ecological zoogeography of the bats of Paraguay Ecological zoogeography of the bats of Paraguay López‐González, Celia Chiroptera constitutes the second most diverse order of mammals, representing nearly 30% of the terrestrial mammalian species occurring in South America.

Patterns of species distributions of South American bats have been described and. In Guyana designated km2 of tropical rain forest as the ‘Iwokrama Rain Forest Programme’ (IRFP) for developing methods of sustainable forest utilization and for conserving biodiversity.

Bat diversity was assessed in 5 km2 of the IRFP area over a ten-week period. Effort totalled 22 m2 mist-net hours during 26 nights, m2 harp-trap hours during 8 nights and 28 person days.

Koopman KF. () Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with emphasis on the role of the Andes. American Museum Novitates ; Lobova TA, Geiselman CK, Mori SA. () Seed dispersal by bats in the Neotropics.

New York Botanical Garden Press, New York, pp. Abstract. To determine the generality of avian diversity patterns, we investigated patterns of elevational zonation shown by birds and mammals along the eastern slope of the Andes Mountains in southeastern Peru.

The strong environmental gradient sampled, entirely within Peru's Manu National Park and Biosphere Reserve, supports highly diverse faunas. Elevational distributions of bird. Analysis of the bat fauna of the Antillean Islands suggest that the most probable source of invasion of the islands by bats is by overwater dispersal.

The bat fauna of the Greater Antilles is unique, a percentage of endemism on each island being over 50 percent except for the Virgin Islands which has 33 percent endemics. The richest bat fauna in the Antilles is on Cuba (32 species) followed.

Review of South American bats of the genus Eptesicus. Southwestern Naturalist, 11(2) Eisenberg, John F., Kent Redford. Mammals of the Neotropical: The Central Neotropics. Volume sity of Chicago Press: Chicago. Koopman, K. F. Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with special emphasis on the role of the Andes.bat: Special Characteristics.

Bats are the only mammals capable of true flight, that is, flight powered by muscular movement as distinct from gliding. The wing is a double membrane of skin stretched between the enormously elongated bones of four fingers and extending along the body from the forelimbs to the hind limbs and from there to the tail.

Although this species is not currently known from Peru (Fig. S1; Pacheco et al.,but Peruvian distribution is on the eastern slopes of the Andes (Koopman, ; Pacheco et al., ), Zoogeography of Peruvian bats with special emphasis on the role of the Andes.

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