2016
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2015-0089
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Abstract: In Brazil, 179 bat species have been recorded to date, representing 68 genera and nine families. Few data are available on the bat fauna of the state of Maranhão, so the present study was based on a survey of the bat fauna of the Inhamum Municipal Environmental Protection Area (APA Inhamum) in the Cerrado savanna of the eastern extreme of the state. This inventory provides new records of bat species for the state of Maranhão and the Cerrado biome. A total of 31 species (four families) were collected, represent… Show more

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“…While the APA Inhamum has a diverse bat fauna, the exact species richness is still unclear. Olímpio et al (2016) including the APA Inhamum, although the occurrence of C. planirostris at this site was not recorded. The molossids are considered to be the bats that fly at the highest levels, above the forest canopy, and are thus captured in mist-nets only rarely, which contributes to the disproportionately reduced sampling of these species in inventories and the relative lack of biological and even taxonomic data (Marchesin et al, 2008).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…While the APA Inhamum has a diverse bat fauna, the exact species richness is still unclear. Olímpio et al (2016) including the APA Inhamum, although the occurrence of C. planirostris at this site was not recorded. The molossids are considered to be the bats that fly at the highest levels, above the forest canopy, and are thus captured in mist-nets only rarely, which contributes to the disproportionately reduced sampling of these species in inventories and the relative lack of biological and even taxonomic data (Marchesin et al, 2008).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…A: with the similarity of Bray Curtis, taking into account the species abundance and B: with the similarity of Sørensen, taking into account the presence of shared and exclusive species in each location. mejor representado en los estudios de ensamblajes de murciélagos son los frugívoros y nectarívoros cuando se usan redes de niebla (Montiel, Estrada, & León, 2006;Moreno, Arita, & Solis, 2006;MacSwiney, Clarke, & Racey, 2008;Meyer & Kalko, 2008;Olímpio et al, 2016). Inclusive, en algunos casos, los únicos murciélagos insectívoros que se capturan mediante este método pertenecen a la familia Phyllostomidae (Schulze, Seavy, & Whitacre, 2000).…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…Distribution. In Brazil, the species is recorded in all biomes, except Amazon, occurring in Distrito Federal and in the states of Ceará, Pernambuco, Sergipe, Bahia, Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraná, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul, Paraíba and Maranhão (Reis et al 2013, Oliveira and Aguiar 2015, Olímpio et al 2016, Zeppelini et al 2016. In São Paulo, the species is recorded in the central, south and southeastern regions (Garbino 2016).…”
Section: Stenodermatinae P Gervais 1856mentioning
confidence: 99%