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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, 07/2017, Volume 142, Issue 1, pp. 146 - 150
Bats can actively adjust their echolocation signals to specific habitats and tasks, yet it is not known if bats also modify their calls to decrease atmospheric... 
ACOUSTICS | PREY | EVOLUTION | SONG | MOLOSSIDAE | CHIROPTERA | AUDIOLOGY & SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY | SOUND | ABSORPTION | ATMOSPHERIC ATTENUATION | RANGE
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PLOS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 11/2017, Volume 12, Issue 11, p. e0187769
Geographic variation in sensory traits is usually influenced by adaptive processes because these traits are involved in crucial life-history aspects including... 
SONG STRUCTURE | CHIROPTERA | BEHAVIOR | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SEX | HABITAT | CALL FREQUENCIES | SIGNALS | AUDITION | CLIMATE | RANGE | Bats | Echolocation (Physiology) | Environmental aspects | Influence | Climatic changes | Behavior | Research
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 828 - 6
In most vocalizing vertebrates, lighter animals tend to produce acoustic signals of higher frequency than heavier animals. Two hypotheses propose to explain... 
EATING BATS | SOUND BEAM | PREY | CHIROPTERA | BEHAVIOR | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | RADIATION | AUDITION | Animals | Species Specificity | Body Size | Echolocation - physiology | Vocalization, Animal | Female | Male | Chiroptera | Bats | Hypotheses | Forearm | Body mass | Body size | Phylogeny | Allometry | Species | Echolocation
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Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN 0024-4066, 05/2006, Volume 88, Issue 1, pp. 119 - 130
The intermediate leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros larvatus) is a medium-sized bat distributed throughout the Indo-Malay region. In north-east India, bats... 
resource partitioning | echolocation | ecomorphology | Ecomorphology | Resource partitioning | Echolocation | BATS | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | LENGTH | Genetic research | Bats | Genetic aspects
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 07/2014, Volume 9, Issue 7, p. e103452
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 06/2007, Volume 272, Issue 2, pp. 125 - 137
In southern Central America, 10 species of emballonurid bats occur, which are all aerial insectivores: some hunt flying insects preferably away from vegetation... 
foraging habitat | echolocation call design | emballonuridae | call frequency alternation | Emballonuridae | Call frequency alternation | Foraging habitat | Echolocation call design | CHIROPTERA | FIELD | MOLOSSUS-MOLOSSUS | BALANTIOPTERYX | IDENTIFICATION | AERIAL-HAWKING | ORGANIZATION | VESPERTILIONIDAE | ZOOLOGY | ATMOSPHERIC ATTENUATION | INSECTIVOROUS BATS
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 11/2015, Volume 297, Issue 3, pp. 211 - 219
The evolution of acoustic signals and the morphological traits mediating its production and reception are often coupled. The echolocation call frequencies of... 
bats | echolocation call frequencies | acoustic communication | allometry | sexual selection | speciation | Acoustic communication | Bats | Sexual selection | Allometry | Echolocation call frequencies | Speciation | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | BIOGEOGRAPHY | BODY-SIZE | CHIROPTERA | MOTH HEARING | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | INSECTIVOROUS BATS | Echolocation (Physiology) | Phylogeny | Analysis
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, 12/2019, Volume 146, Issue 6, pp. 4525 - 4533
Numerous bat species emit wideband frequency-modulated signals for echolocation to hunt prey and avoid obstacles. Research investigating the behavioral and... 
ACOUSTICS | TERASENSIS | PREY | COMPENSATION | AUDIOLOGY & SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY | ECHOLOCATION | CALL DESIGN | CLUTTER
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