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AUTHORS

vol. 1

  • Abilasha and A. Krishna
    • Ovarian steroidogenesis in the vespertilionid bat, Scotophilus heathi: role of melatonin, 223
  • Adams, R. A., and K. A. Thibault
    • Growth, development, and histology of the calcar in the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus (Vespertilionidae), 215
  • AHLÉN, I., and H. J. BAAGOE
    • Use of ultrasound detectors for bat studies in Europe: experiences from field identification, surveys, and monitoring, 137
  • AMINAH, A.
    • see RAJAMANI, L., 209
  • ANDERSON, R. P.
    • see LIM, B. K., 179
  • BAAGOE, H. J.
    • see AHLÉN, I., 137
  • BATES, P. J. J., D. K. HENDRICHSEN, J. L. WALSTON, and B. HAYES
    • A review of the mouse-eared bats (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae: Myotis) from Vietnam with significant new records, 47
  • BHATNAGAR, K. P.
    • see KUWABARA, N., 81
  • BLOSS, J.
    • Olfaction and the use of chemical signals in bats, 31
  • BRITZKE, E. R.
    • see MURRAY, K. L., 105
  • CZAPLEWSKI, N. J.
    • see MORGAN, G. S., 75
  • EBENSPERGER, L. A.
    • see KUNZ, T. H., 17
  • ENGSTROM, M. D.
    • see LIM, B. K., 179
  • FENTON, M. B.
    • Describing the echolocation calls and behaviour of bats, 127
  • GAISLER, J..
    • see ŘEHÁK, Z., 113
  • HADLEY, B. M.
    • see MURRAY, K. L., 105
  • HAYES, B.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 47
  • HENDRICHSEN, D. K.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 47
  • HERRERA M., L. G.
    • Sugar composition of fruit and nectar and preferences of bats: causes and consequences, 201
  • JACOBS, D. S.
    • Intraspecific variation in wingspan and echolocation call flexibility might explain the use of different habitats by the insectivorous bat, Miniopterus schreibersii (Vespertilionidae: Miniopterinae), 93
  • KRISHNA, A.
    • see ABILASHA, 223
  • KUNZ, T. H.
    • see RAJAMANI, L., 209
  • KUNZ, T. H., and L. A. EBENSPERGER
    • Why does non-parental infanticide seem so rare in bats?, 17
  • KUWABARA, N., and K. P. BHATNAGAR
    • The superior olivary complex of the vampire bat, Desmodus rotundus (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae), 81
  • LIM, B. K., M. D. ENGSTROM, R. M. TIMM, R. P. ANDERSON, and L. C. WATSON
    • First records of 10 bat species in Guyana and comments on diversity of bats in Iwokrama Forest, 179
  • MORGAN, G. S., and N. J. CZAPLEWSKI
    • First fossil record of Amorphochilus schnablii (Chiroptera: Furipteridae), from the late Quaternary of Peru, 75
  • MURRAY, K. L., E. R. BRITZKE, B. M. HADLEY, and L. W. ROBBINS
    • Surveying bat communities: a comparison between mist nets and the Anabat II bat detector system, 105
  • RAJAMANI, L., A. AMINAH, A. ZUBAID, K. H. TAN, and T. H. KUNZ
    • Chemical composition of leaves consumed by the lesser dog-faced fruit bat, Cynopterus brachyotis, in peninsular Malaysia, 209
  • ŘEHÁK, Z., and J. GAISLER
    • Long-term changes in the number of bats in the largest man-made hibernaculum of the Czech Republic, 113
  • ROBBINS, L. W.
    • see MURRAY, K. L., 105
  • SPEAKMAN, J. R.
    • The evolution of flight and echolocation in pre-bats: an evaluation of the energetics of reach hunting, 3
  • TAN, K. H.
    • see RAJAMANI, L., 209
  • TAYLOR, P. J.
    • Problems with the identification of southern African Chaerephon (Molossidae), and the possibility of a cryptic species from South Africa and Swaziland, 191
  • THIBAULT, K. A.
    • see ADAMS, R. A., 215
  • TIDEMANN, C. R.
    • Biology and management of the grey-headed flying-fox, Pteropus poliocephalus, 151
  • TIMM, R. M.
    • see LIM, B. K., 179
  • WALSTON, J. L.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 47
  • WATSON, L. C.
    • see LIM, B. K., 179
  • ZUBAID, A.
    • see RAJAMANI, L., 209