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JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY, ISSN 0022-2372, 04/2019, Volume 100, Issue 2, pp. 487 - 499
Reproductive rates in bats are higher when there is a greater availability of food, and when temperatures and rainfall are higher. Along elevational gradients,... 
BODY CONDITION | elevational gradient | LANDSCAPE | HABITAT FRAGMENTATION | AMBIENT-TEMPERATURE | PATTERNS | Artibeus lituratus | vertical migration | STURNIRA-LILIUM CHIROPTERA | ZOOLOGY | CAROLLIA-PERSPICILLATA | COMMUNITY | Sturnira lilium | Brazil | RIO-DE-JANEIRO | bat reproduction | Carollia perspicillata | Serra da Mantiqueira | MAMMALIA CHIROPTERA
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 03/2013, Volume 291, pp. 136 - 143
► We studied use of space by two frugivorous bats in a restored Atlantic forest. ► Use of restored areas for foraging was more frequent than predicted by... 
Day roost | Carollia | Habitat use | Range area | Radio-telemetry | Artibeus | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | LANDSCAPE | SEED DISPERSAL | PATTERNS | STURNIRA-LILIUM | TAILED FRUIT BATS | HABITAT SELECTION | RAIN | CAROLLIA-PERSPICILLATA CHIROPTERA | HOME-RANGE SIZE | FORESTRY | Bats | Usage | Landscapes | Forests | Habitats | Brazil | Ecology | Sampling | Fragmentation
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ZOOLOGIA, ISSN 1984-4689, 01/2020, Volume 37, pp. 1 - 7
Carollia has a complex taxonomic history and is widely distributed in the Neotropics. Species of Carollia appear to have differentiated recently in the late... 
SPECIES-DIVERSITY | Carollia | ZOOLOGY | morphology | Phyllostomidae | MAMMALIA | CHIROPTERA PHYLLOSTOMIDAE | FOREST
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Current Zoology, ISSN 1674-5507, 12/2019, Volume 65, Issue 6, pp. 609 - 616
To reproduce, males have to fertilize the female’s eggs, sometimes in competition with ejaculates of other males. In species where males display alternative... 
sperm competition | Carollia perspicillata | oxidative stress | alternative reproductive tactics
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Mastozoologia Neotropical, ISSN 0327-9383, 06/2018, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 245 - 250
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JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY, ISSN 0266-4674, 07/2019, Volume 35, Issue 4, pp. 165 - 172
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REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL, ISSN 0034-7744, 06/2016, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 701 - 713
In any ecosystem, fruits are resources that vary in time and space as well as in nutritional content. Coexistence of species from a trophic guild depends on... 
NICHE OVERLAP | SPECIES PIPERACEAE | PATTERNS | CASTANEA | Carollia | COEXISTENCE | seed dispersal | CAROLLIA-PERSPICILLATA | BIOLOGY | pipilongo | diet | fruit bats | Sturnira | FOOD | PHENOLOGY
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Frontiers in Physiology, ISSN 1664-042X, 2013, Volume 4, p. 164
Throughout evolution the foraging and echolocation behaviors as well as the motor systems of bats have been adapted to the tasks they have to perform while... 
Community structure | Habitat | Bat | Guild | Foraging behavior | Echolocation | LASIONYCTERIS-NOCTIVAGANS BATS | PHYSIOLOGY | echolocation | habitat | PREY DETECTION | EARTHS MAGNETIC-FIELD | MYOTIS-ADVERSUS CHIROPTERA | HUNTING BEHAVIOR | guild | foraging behavior | HOARY LASIURUS-CINEREUS | bat | community structure | CAROLLIA-PERSPICILLATA | FRUIT-EATING BATS | NECTAR-FEEDING BAT | PIPISTRELLE BATS | BAT
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Check List, ISSN 1809-127X, 2015, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 1616 - 6
Bats provide crucial ecosystem services like pest control and pollination and depend heavily on roost quality for their survival. Bats favor caves for the... 
Carollia | Mormoops | Micronycteris | Natalus | Chiroptera
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Mastozoologia Neotropical, ISSN 0327-9383, 06/2015, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 111
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Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 02/2020, Volume 101, Issue 2, pp. e02937 - n/a
The paradoxical presence of toxic chemical compounds in ripe fruits represents a balance between plant enemies and allies: chemical traits can defend seeds... 
Carollia | dispersal distance | fruit secondary metabolites | movement ecology | cost of defense | chemical ecology | Piper | Pathogens | Costs | Seeds | Amides | Telemetry | Retention time | Retention | Chemical compounds | Dispersion | Fruits | Organic chemistry | Predators | Metabolites | Animal behavior | Dispersal | Data sets | Herbivores | Seed dispersal | Index Medicus
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Oikos, ISSN 0030-1299, 07/2016, Volume 125, Issue 7, pp. 927 - 937
Although fleshy fruits function primarily to attract seed dispersers, many animal‐dispersed fruits contain potentially toxic secondary metabolites. These... 
RIPE FRUIT | CAROLLIA-PERSPICILLATA | FRUGIVOROUS BATS | CHILIES | ECOLOGY | PHYLLOSTOMIDAE | CASTANEA | SECONDARY COMPOUNDS | PIPER-TUBERCULATUM FRUITS | CAPSAICIN | PUNGENCY | Amides | Seeds | Fruit | Plant metabolites | Metabolites | Animal behavior | Dispersal | Fruits
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