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Index to Volume 5 

Authors

 

Aihartza, J. R., U. Goiti, D. Almenar, and I. Garin

                Evidences of piscivory by Myotis capaccinii (Bonaparte, 1837) in Southern Iberian Peninsula, 193

Aihartza, J. R.

                see Goiti, U., 75

Aihartza, J. R.

                see Garin, I., 243

Almenar, D.

                see Aihartza, J. R., 193

Andrews, M. M., and P. T. Andrews

                Ultrasound social calls made by greater horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) in a nursery roost, 221

Andrews, P. T.

                see Andrews, M. M., 221

Baker, M. D.

                see Lacki, M. J., 199

Barclay, R. M. R.

                see Mensing-Solick, Y. R., 91

Bates, P. J. J.

                see Vanitharani, J., 49

Brigham, R. M.

                see Willis, C. K. R., 85

Broders, H. G.

                Another quantitative measure of bat species activity and sampling intensity considerations for the design of ultrasonic monitoring studies, 235

Clarke, F. M., and P. A. Racey

                Discovery of the Bartica bat Glyphonycteris daviesi (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) in Trinidad, West Indies, 151

Courts, S. E.

                see Pedersen, S. C., 251

Czaplewski, N. J., G. S. Morgan, and T. Naeher

                Molossid bats from the late Tertiary of Florida with a review of the Tertiary Molossidae of North America, 61

Ebigbo, N. M.

                see Fahr, J., 125

Elangovan, V., E. Y. S. Priya, H. Raghuram, and G. Marimuthu

                Postnatal development in the Indian short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx: growth rate and age estimation, 107

Fahr, J., and N. M. Ebigbo

                A conservation assessment of the bats of the Simandou Range, Guinea, with the first record of Myotis welwitschii (Gray, 1866) from West Africa, 125

Francis, C. M.

                see Robinson, M. F., 31

Fulford, A. J. C.

                see Robinson, M. F., 31

Furmankiewicz, J.

                The vocal activity of Pipistrellus nathusii (Vespertilionidae) in SW Poland, 97

García-Mudarra, J. L.

                see Garin, I., 243

Garin, I., J. L. García-Mudarra, J. R. Aihartza, U. Goiti, and J. Juste

                Presence of Plecotus macrobullaris (Chiroptera:                 Vespertilionidae) in the Pyrenees, 243

Garin, I.

                see Goiti, U., 75

Garin, I.

                see Aihartza, J. R., 193

Genoways, H. H.

                see Pedersen, S. C., 251

Goiti, U., J. R. Aihartza, I. Garin, and J. Zabala

                Influence of habitat on the foraging behaviour of the Mediterranean horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus euryale, 75

Goiti, U.

                see Aihartza, J. R., 193

Goiti, U.

                see Garin, I., 243

Harrison, D. L.

                see Vanitharani, J., 49

Hensley, S. L.

                see Martin, K. W., 143

Herrera, E. A.

                see Muńoz-Romo, M., 273

Ibáńez, C.

                see Juste, J., 165

Irwin, N. R., and J. R. Speakman

                Azorean bats Nyctalus azoreum, cluster as they emerge from roosts, despite the lack of avian predators, 185

Johnson, J. W.

                see Pedersen, S. C., 251

Juste, J., C. Ibáńez, D. Trujillo, J. Muńoz, and M. Ruedi

                Phylogeography of Barbastelle bats (Barbastellus barbastellus) in the western Mediterranean and the Canary Islands, 165

Juste, J.

                see Garin, I., 243

Jenkins, P. D.

                see Robinson, M. F., 31

Kalcounis-Rueppell, M. C.

                see Willis, C. K. R., 85

Karst, A. L.

                see Willis, C. K. R., 85

Kolar, K. A.

                see Willis, C. K. R., 85

Lacki, M. J., and M. D. Baker

                A prospective power analysis and review of hab-itat characteristics used in studies of tree-roosting bats, 199

Leslie, D. M., Jr.

                see Martin, K. W., 143

Lim, B. K., W. A. Pedro, and F. C. Passos

                Differentiation and species status of the Neotropical yellow-eared bats Vampyressa pusilla and

                V. thyone (Phyllostomidae) with a molecular phylogeny and review of the genus, 15

Marimuthu, G.

                see Elangovan, V., 107

Martin, K. W., D. M. Leslie, Jr., M. E. Payton, W. L. Puckette, and S. L. Hensley

                Internal cave gating for protection of colonies of the endangered gray bat (Myotis grisescens), 143

Mensing-Solick, Y. R., and R. M. R. Barclay

                The effect of canine tooth wear on the diet of big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus), 91

Morgan, G. S.

                see Czaplewski, N. J., 61

Morton, M. N.

                see Pedersen, S. C., 251

Muńoz, J.

                see Juste, J., 165

Muńoz-Romo, M., and E. A. Herrera

                Leaf modifying behavior in Artibeus lituratus, 273

Naeher, T.

                see Czaplewski, N. J., 61

Nagy, Z. L., and L. Szántó

                The occurrence of hibernating Pipistrellus pipistrellus (Schreber, 1774) in caves of The Carpathian Basin, 155

Passos, F. C.

                see Lim, B. K., 15

Payton, M. E.

                see Martin, K. W., 143

Pearch, M. J.

                see Vanitharani, J., 49

Pedersen, S. C., H. H. Genoways, M. N. Morton, J. W. Johnson, and S. E. Courts

                Bats of Nevis, northern Lesser Antilles, 251

Pedro, W. A.

                see Lim, B. K., 15

Petrśelková, K. J., and J. Zukal

                Does a live barn owl (Tyto alba) affect emergence behavior of serotine bats (Eptesicus serotinus)?, 177

Priya, E. Y. S.

                see Elangovan, V., 107

Puckette, W. L.

                see Martin, K. W., 143

Racey, P. A.

                see Clarke, F. M., 151

Raghuram, H.

                see Elangovan, V., 107

Rajendran, A.

                see Vanitharani, J., 49

Robinson, M. F., P. D. Jenkins, C. M. Francis, and A. J. C. Fulford

                A new species of the Hipposideros pratti group (Chiroptera, Hipposideridae) from Lao PDR and Vietnam, 31

Ruedi, M.

                see Juste, J., 165

Smirnov, D. G., and K. Tsytsulina

                The ontogeny of the baculum in Nyctalus noctula and Vespertilio murinus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), 117

Speakman, J. R.

                see Irwin, N. R., 185

Szántó, L.

                see Nagy, Z. L., 155

Tello, J. G., and P. M. Velazco

                First description of a tent used by Platyrrhinus helleri (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae), 269

Trujillo, D.

                see Juste, J., 165

Tsytsulina, K.

                see Smirnov, D. G., 117

Van Den Bussche, R. A., and S. E. Weyandt

                Mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequence data provide resolution to sister-group relationships within Pteronotus (Chiroptera: Mormoopidae), 1

Vanitharani, J., A. Rajendran, P. J. J. Bates, D. L. Harrison, and M. J. Pearch

                A taxonomic reassessment of Kerivoula lenis Thomas, 1916 (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) including a first record from peninsular India, 49

Velazco, P. M.

                see Tello, J. G., 269

Vollrath, C.

                see Waters, D. A., 209

Waters, D. A., and C. Vollrath

                Echolocation performance and call structure in the megachiropteran fruit-bat Rousettus aegyptiacus, 209

Weyandt, S. E.

                see Van Den Bussche, R. A., 1

Willis, C. K. R., K. A. Kolar, A. L. Karst, M. C. Kalcounis-Rueppell, and R. M. Brigham

                Medium- and long-term reuse of trembling aspen cavities as roosts by big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus), 85

Zabala, J.

                see Goiti, U., 75

Zukal, J.

                see Petrśelková, K. J., 177

AUTHORS

vol. 3 (1)

  • BATES, P. J. J., T. NWE, K. M. SWE, and S. S. HLA BU
    • Further new records of bats from Myanmar (Burma), including Craseonycteris thonglongyai Hill 1974 (Chiroptera: Craseonycteridae), 33
  • BATES, P. J. J.
    • see HENDRICHSEN, D . K., 21
  • BHATNAGAR, K. P. , T. D. SMITH, A. KRISHNA, U. P. SINGH, and J. R. WIBLE
    • The vespertilionid vomeronasal organ: an investigation on the VNO of Scotophilus (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae), 119
  • BOGAN, M. A.
    • see CRYAN, P. M., 43
  • BRADLEY, A. J.
    • see LLOYD, S., 107
  • CRYAN, P. M., M. A. BOGAN, and G. M. YANEGA
    • Roosting habits of four bat species in the Black Hills of South Dakota, 43
  • DECARVALHO, T. N.
    • see GANNON, W. L., 77
  • DIETZ, C.
    • see SIEMERS, B. M., 71
  • EGER., J. L., and D. A. SCHLITTER
    • A new species of Glauconycteris from West Africa (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae, 1
  • GANNON, W. L., R. E. SHERWIN, T. N. DECARVALHO, and M. J. O'FARRELL
    • Pinnae and echolocation call differences between Myotis californicus and M. ciliolabrum (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), 77
  • HALL, L. S.
    • see LLOYD, S., 107
  • HAYES, B. D.
    • see HENDRICHSEN, D . K., 21
  • HENDRICHSEN, D. K., P. J. J. BATES, and B. D. HAYES
    • Recent records of bats (Chiroptera) from Cambodia, 21
  • HLA BU, S. S.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 33
  • KOCK, D.
    • Pipistrellus africanus meesteri, nom. nov for Pipistrellus nanus australis Roberts 1913 (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), 129
  • KRISHNA, A.
    • see BHATNAGAR, K. P. , 119
  • LLOYD, S., A. J. BRADLEY, and L. S. HALL
    • Changes in progesterone and testosterone during the breeding season of the large-footed myotis Myotis moluccarum (Microchiroptera: Vespertilionidae), 107
  • MCCRACKEN, G. F.
    • see WHITAKER, J. O., JR., 63
  • MILLER, B. W.
    • A method for determining relative activity of free flying bats using a new activity index for acoustic monitoring, 93
  • NILL, D.
    • see SIEMERS, B. M., 71
  • NWE, T.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 33
  • O'FARRELL, M. J.
    • see GANNON, W. L., 77
  • RODRÍGUEZ-DURÁN, A., and R. VÁZQUEZ
    • The bat Artibeus jamaicensis in Puerto Rico (West Indies): seasonality of diet, activity, and effect of a hurricane, 53
  • SCHLITTER, D. A.
    • see EGER., J. L., 1
  • SCHNITZLER, H.-U.
    • see SIEMERS, B. M., 71
  • SHERWIN, R. E.
    • see GANNON, W. L.,77
  • SIEMERS, B. M., C. DIETZ, D. NILL, and H.-U. SCHNITZLER
    • Myotis daubentonii is able to catch small fish, 71
  • SINGH, U. P.
    • see BHATNAGAR, K. P. , 119
  • SMITH, T. D.
    • see BHATNAGAR, K. P. , 119
  • SWE, K. M.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 33
  • TSYTSULINA, K.
    • Myotis ikonnikovi (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) and its relationships with similar species, 11
  • VÁZQUEZ, R.
    • see RODRÍGUEZ-DURÁN, A., 53
  • WHITAKER, J. O., JR., and G. F. MCCRACKEN
    • Food and ectoparasites of bats on the Galapagos Islands, 63
  • WIBLE, J. R.
    • see BHATNAGAR, K. P. , 119
  • YANEGA, G. M.
    • see CRYAN, P. M., 43

Authors

 

Adams, R. A., and J. A. Simmons

           Directionality of drinking passes by bats at water holes: is there cooperation?, 195

Barnett, L.

           see Kock, D., 77

Blackshaw, J. K.

           see Markus, N., 137

Bogdanowicz, W.

           see Seamark, E. C. J., 49

Bollen, A., and L. Van Elsacker

           Feeding ecology of Pteropus rufus (Pteropodidae) in the littoral forest of Sainte Luce, SE Madagascar, 33

Clark, B. S.

           see Leslie, D. M., Jr., 173

Contrafatto, G.

           see Kearney, T. C., 55

Emms, C.

           see Kock, D., 77

Erickson, J. L., and S. D. West

           The influence of regional climate and nightly weather conditions on activity patterns of insectivorous bats, 17

Fahr, J.

           see Kock, D., 77

Freeman, P. W.

           see Goudy-Trainor, A., 1

Goudy-Trainor, A., and P. W. Freeman

           Call parameters and facial features in bats: a surprising failure of form following function, 1

Hice, C. L., and S. Solari

           First record of Centronycteris maximiliani (Fischer, 1829) and two additional records of C. centralis Thomas, 1912 from Peru, 217

Horáček, I.

           see Hulva, P., 107

Hulva, P., and I. Horáček

           Craseonycteris thonglongyai (Chiroptera: Craseonycteridae) is a rhinolophoid: molecular evidence from cytochrome b, 107

Jarzembowski, T.

           Commensal aerobic bacterial flora of the gastrointestinal tract of Pipistrellus nathusii

           (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae): lack of Escherichia coli, in fecal samples, 103

Jones, G.

           see Marimuthu, G., 25

Kandula, S.

           see Marimuthu, G., 25

Kearney, T. C., M. Volleth, G. Contrafatto, and P. J. Taylor

           Systematic implications of chromosome GTG-band and bacula morphology for Southern African Eptesicus and Pipistrellus and several other species of Vespertilioninae (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), 55

Kiefer, A.

          see Mucedda M., 121

Kock, D.

           The publication dates of Plecotus alpinus Kiefer and Veith, 2002 and of Plecotus microdontus Spitzenberger, 2002, 219

Kock, D., L. Barnett, J. Fahr, and C. Emms

           On a collection of bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from The Gambia, 77

Law, B. S., L. Reinhold, and M. Pennay

           Geographic variation in the echolocation calls of Vespadelus spp. (Vespertilionidae) from New South Wales and Queensland, Australia, 201

Leslie, D. M. Jr., and B. S. Clark

           Feeding habits of the endangered Ozark big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii ingens) relative to prey abundance, 173

Marimuthu, G., K. E. Rajan, S. Kandula, S.

           Parsons, and G. Jones

           Effects of different surfaces on the perception of prey-generated noise by the Indian false vampire bat Megaderma lyra, 25

Markus, N.

           Behaviour of the black flying fox Pteropus alecto: 2. Territoriality and courtship, 153

Markus, N., and J. K. Blackshaw

           Behaviour of the black flying fox Pteropus

           alecto: 1. An ethogram of behaviour, and preliminary characterisation of mother-infant interactions, 137

Mucedda, M., A. Kiefer, E. Pidinchedda, and

M. Veith

           A new species of long-eared bat (Chiro-

           ptera, Vespertilionidae) from Sardinia (Italy),

           121

Palmeirim, J. M.

           see Ramos Pereira, M. J. R., 183

Parsons, S.

           see Marimuthu, G., 25

Pennay, M.

           see Law, B. S., 201

Pidinchedda, E.

           see Mucedda M., 121

Rainho, A.

           see Ramos Pereira, M. J. R., 183

Rajan, K. E.

           see Marimuthu, G., 25

Ramos Pereira, M. J., H. Rebelo, A. Rainho, and

           J. M. Palmeirim

           Prey selection by Myotis myotis (Vespertilionidae) in a Mediterranean region, 183

Rebelo, H.

           see Ramos Pereira, M. J. R., 183

Reinhold, L.

           see Law, B. S., 201

Reiter, J.

           Differential ingestion of Ficus seeds by frugivorous bats: a first experimental test in Ptenochirus jagori (Pteropodidae), 99

Seamark, E. C. J., and W. Bogdanowicz

           Feeding ecology of the common slit-faced bat (Nycteris thebaica) in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 49

Simmons, J. A.

           see Adams, R. A., 195

Solari, S.

           see Hice, C. L., 217

Srinivasulu, B.

           see Srinivasulu, C., 167

Srinivasulu, C., and B. Srinivasulu

           Greater short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus sphinx)

foraging and damage in vineyards in India, 167

Taylor, P. J.

           see Kearney, T. C., 55

Van Elsacker, L.

           see Bollen, A., 33

Veith, M.

           see Mucedda M., 121

Volleth, M.

           see Kearney, T. C., 55

West, S. D.

           see Erickson, J. L., 17

 

AUTHORS

vol. 2

 

  • BATES, P. J. J., T. NWE, M. J. PEARCH, K. M. SWE, S. S. HLA BU, and T. TUN
    • A review of bat research in Myanmar (Burma ) and results of a recent survey, 53
  • BHATNAGAR, K. P.
    • see BHIWGADE, D. A., 107
  • BHIWGADE, D. A., S. TASKAR, and K. P. BHATNAGAR
    • The interhemal membrane of the bats, Rousettus leschenaulti and Cynopterus sphinx (Megachiroptera): an ultrastructural investigation, 107
  • BOUCHARD, S.
    • see SOMERS, C. M., 7
  • CADDLE, C. R.
    • see DUFFY, A. M., 127
  • CHICK, R. R.
    • see DUFFY, A. M., 127
  • CORBEN, C.
    • see O'FARRELL, M. J., 185
  • DOBAT, K.
    • see KOCK, D., 83
  • DUFFY, A. M., L. F. LUMSDEN, C. R. CADDLE, R. R. CHICK, and G. R. NEWELL
    • The efficacy of Anabat ultrasonic detectors and harp traps for surveying microchiropterans in south-eastern Australia, 127
  • ELANGOVAN, V., G. MARIMUTHU, and T. H. KUNZ
    • Nectar feeding behavior in the short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx (Pteropodidae), 1
  • ENGSTROM, M. D.
    • see REID, F. A., 37
  • FELDMAN, R., J. O. WHITAKER, JR., and Y. YOM-TOV
    • Dietary composition and habitat use in a desert insectivorous bat community in Israel, 15
  • FENTON, M. B.
    • Choosing the 'correct' bat detector, 215
  • GANNON, W. L.
    • see O'FARRELL, M. J., 185
    • see SHERWIN, R. E., 145
  • HAYES, J. P.
    • Assumptions and practical considerations in the design and interpretation of echolocation-monitoring studies, 225
  • HAYES, J. P.
    • see LARSON, D. J, 209
  • HAYMOND, S.
    • see SHERWIN, R. E., 145
  • HLA BU, S. S.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 53
  • JACOBS, D. S.
    • Community level support for the allotonic frequency hypothesis, 197
  • JONES, G., N. VAUGHAN, and S. PARSONS
    • Acoustic identification of bats from directly sampled and time expanded recordings of vocalizations, 155
  • KOCK, D., and K. DOBAT
    • The bat fauna of Bali and Nusa Penida, Lesser Sunda Islands: corrections and additionsm (Mammalia: Chiroptera), 83
  • KUNZ, T. H.
    • see ELANGOVAN, V., 1
  • LARSON, D. J., and J. P. HAYES
    • Variability in sensitivity of Anabat II bat detectors and a method of calibration, 209
  • LIM, B. K.
    • see REID, F. A., 37
  • LUMSDEN, L.F.
    • see DUFFY, A. M., 127
  • MARIMUTHU, G.
    • see ELANGOVAN, V., 1
  • MILLER, B. W.
    • see OCHOA G., J., 171
  • NEWELL, G. R.
    • see DUFFY, A. M., 127
  • NWE, T.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 53
  • OCHOA G., J., M. J. O'FARRELL, and B. W. MILLER
    • Contribution of acoustic methods to the study of insectivorous bat diversity in protected areas from northern Venezuela, 171
  • O'FARRELL, M. J., C. CORBEN, and W. L. GANNON
    • Geographic variation in the echolocation calls of the hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus), 185
  • O'FARRELL, M. J.
    • see OCHOA G., J., 171
  • PARSONS, S.
    • see JONES, G., 155
  • PECKHAM, H. C.
    • see SIMMONS, N. B., 23
  • PEARCH, M. J.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 53
  • REID, F. A., M. D. ENGSTROM, and B. K. LIM
    • Noteworthy records of bats from Ecuador, 37
  • SHERWIN, R. E., W. L. GANNON, and S. HAYMOND
    • The efficacy of acoustic techniques to infer differential use of habitat by bats, 145
  • SIMMONS, N. B., R. S. VOSS, and H. C. PECKHAM
    • The bat fauna of the Saül region, French Guiana, 23
  • SOMERS, C. M., and S. BOUCHARD
    • Social dominance and cluster formation in Chaerephon pumilus (Molossidae), 7
  • SWE, K. M.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 53
  • TASKAR, S.
    • see BHIWGADE, D. A., 107
  • TUN, T.
    • see BATES, P. J. J., 53
  • UIEDA, W.
    • A review of complete albinism in bats with five new cases from Brazil, 97
  • WHITAKER, O., JR.,
    • see FELDMAN, R., 15
  • VAUGHAN, N.
    • see JONES, G.,
  • VOSS R. S.
    • see SIMMONS, N. B., 23
  • YOM-TOV, Y.
    • see FELDMAN, R., 15

 

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