2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842012000300025 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The purpose was to show that displacements, promoters of genetic diversity in metapopulations, increase the probability of survival of bat species adapted to medium and long-distance flights. Samples were taken in four forest fragments, distributed in three municipalities in northern Paraná, and the maximum distance between the studied areas is 20 km. A monthly sampling was performed for each fragment, for the period of July 2008 to June 2009. We used eight nets for collection which remained open during the fi… Show more

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“…In addition, morphological characters such as coat coloring and forearm measurements are consistent with descriptions provided by Sanborn (1949), Simmons and Voss (1998), Peracchi et al (2011) and Reis et al (2013, 2017). …”
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“…In addition, morphological characters such as coat coloring and forearm measurements are consistent with descriptions provided by Sanborn (1949), Simmons and Voss (1998), Peracchi et al (2011) and Reis et al (2013, 2017). …”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…The specimens were fixed in 10% formalin and conserved in 90% ethanol. The species was identified using the classification keys of Uieda et al (2006), Peracchi et al (2011), and Reis et al (2013). The collection of samples was authorized by IBAMA/SISBIO license 42670-3.…”
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“…This can explain why few records of these species were observed. The majority of our roadkill records is from A. lituratus (46%), a frugivore phyllostomid adapted to explore open areas and to move across great distances (Passos & Passamani 2003, Barros et al 2006, Menezes et al 2008, Reis et al 2012.…”
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“…Devido ao seu modo de deslocamento único entre os mamíferos, este grupo propicia a conexão entre fragmentos que compõem a matriz paisagística de diversos ambientes, auxiliando na manutenção do fluxo gênico vegetal entre diferentes áreas (Costa et al, 2006;Mendes et al, 2009;Reis et al, 2012). Apesar disso, poucos são os estudos que abordam a composição das assembleias de morcegos em áreas com diferentes níveis de alteração nos ambientes de Restinga no Brasil (e.g., Oprea et al, 2009).…”
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