2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032013000200023
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Bats in forest remnants of the Cerrado savanna of eastern Mato Grosso, Brazil

Abstract: in forest remnants of the Cerrado savanna of eastern Mato Grosso, Brazil. Biota Neotrop. 13(2): http://www.biotaneotropica.org.br/v13n2/en/abstract?inventory+ bn03313022013Abstract: In the state of Mato Grosso, studies aiming to investigate the diversity and richness of bats are still scarce. In the present study, the chiropteran fauna of eastern Mato Grosso (Brazil) was investigated at four sites representing the Cerrado savanna biome with different degrees of anthropogenic impact, in the municipality of Nova… Show more

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“…These species belong to 42 genera, distributed in eight families (except Natalidae), of which the Phyllostomidae is the most diverse (55 species), followed by the Molossidae (20) and Vespertilionidae with 12 (Sousa et al 2013). A similar pattern of diversity was recorded in the present study, given that the predominant family was the Phyllostomidae, with 23 species, followed by the Molossidae (four species) and Vespertilionidae, with three species.…”
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confidence: 85%
“…These species belong to 42 genera, distributed in eight families (except Natalidae), of which the Phyllostomidae is the most diverse (55 species), followed by the Molossidae (20) and Vespertilionidae with 12 (Sousa et al 2013). A similar pattern of diversity was recorded in the present study, given that the predominant family was the Phyllostomidae, with 23 species, followed by the Molossidae (four species) and Vespertilionidae, with three species.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
“…Additionally, there is also a record for the Pantanal on an area of semideciduous forest (Bordignon and França 2009). The previous record of P. elongatus for the Cerrado was captured in a gallery forest in the transition between the Cerrado and Amazonia (Sousa et al 2013). The compilation and revision of the geographic distribution of P. elongatus suggest that this species is more frequent on forested habitats with higher humidity.…”
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“…Together with Miranda et al (2015), the occurrence of T. cirrhosus between Porto Alegre do Norte and Confresa municipalities is the southernmost record of this species for the Amazon, a distance of roughly 500 km east of the record at the Medium Teles Pires River. Considering the vegetational similarity and the short distance (Figure 1), this record therefore opens up the possibility of the occurrence of this species in Tocantins State where the species have never been recorded, since their flight capabilities has enabled bats to overcome geographical barriers, allowing them to make long-distances dispersal (Sousa et al 2013;Arnone et al 2016).…”
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“…Instead, there was a colony of more than 50 Pteronotus parnellii Gray, 1843 individuals, a Mormoopidae bat species (Figures 2B and 2C). (Miranda et al 2015) and Juruena National Park (Dalponte et al 2016), respectively; 4 and 5: the first formal record of T. cirrhosus for the Cerrado of the Mato Grosso State at the Nova Xavantina municipality (Sousa et al 2013) and the recent record of this species for the Chapada dos Guimarães National Park (Lima et al in press), respectively. For details, see the main text.…”
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