2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032007000300039
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Abstract: Species of Vampyressa Thomas, 1900 are locally uncommon and widespread in the Neotropics. They are known to occur from southern Mexico to southern Amazon basin and from southeastern South America to Paraguay. Vampyressa pusilla (Wagner, 1843) and V. thyone Thomas, 1909 -previously considered one species -show a disjointed distribution. The former is considered endemic to the Atlantic forest and the other occurs from northwestern South America to southern Mexico. In addition, V. pusilla has been registered in s… Show more

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“…In spite of bats have been increasingly surveyed in Mato Grosso do Sul (e.g. Camargo & Fischer 2004, Bordignon 2006, Longo et al 2007, Camargo et al 2009, Cunha et al 2009, Ferreira et al 2010, Alho et al 2011, there is a large gap of data in the northern Cerrado of this state (Bernard et al 2010). This region urges for biological inventories and conservation initiatives, because natural areas have been rapidly transformed into cattle ranches, monocultures, hydroelectric dams, and sucroalcohol facilities (Bernard et al 2010);(pers.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In spite of bats have been increasingly surveyed in Mato Grosso do Sul (e.g. Camargo & Fischer 2004, Bordignon 2006, Longo et al 2007, Camargo et al 2009, Cunha et al 2009, Ferreira et al 2010, Alho et al 2011, there is a large gap of data in the northern Cerrado of this state (Bernard et al 2010). This region urges for biological inventories and conservation initiatives, because natural areas have been rapidly transformed into cattle ranches, monocultures, hydroelectric dams, and sucroalcohol facilities (Bernard et al 2010);(pers.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recent literature has synthesised the number of species and distribution in Brazil (Reis et al, 2007), as well as a bat community in a savanna habitat in Bolivia, near the Pantanal Aguirre, 2002). Available data on bats of the Pantanal floodplain and its neighbouring uplands, particularly from Mato Grosso do Sul state, are reported in Leite et al (1998Leite et al ( , 2000, Taddei et al (2000Taddei et al ( , 2001Taddei et al ( , 2003, Camargo and Fischer (2005), Gonçalves et al (2007), Longo et al (2007), Camargo et al (2009), and Teixeira et al (2009.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Chama a atenção o número de ampliações de distribuições geográficas e novos registros (e.g. DIAS et al, 2003;NOGUEIRA et al, 2003;POL et al, 2003;GREGORIN et al, 2004;CAMARGO & FISCHER, 2005;BORDIGNON, 2005;AGUIAR et al, 2006;FABIÁN et al, 2006;MELLO & POL, 2006;MIKALUSKAS et al, 2006;MIRANDA et al, 2006bMIRANDA et al, , 2007aMIRANDA et al, , 2007bSODRÉ & UIEDA, 2006;WEBER et al, 2006WEBER et al, , 2007BERNARDI et al, 2007;GAZARINI & BERNARDI, 2007;LONGO et al, 2007;SCULTORI et al, 2009). Além dessas novas ocorrências, foram realizadas descrições de novas espécies para o Brasil: Xeronycteris vierai Gregorin & Diethfield, 2006, Thyroptera devivoi Gregorin, Gonçalves & Engstron, 2006 e Eptesicus taddeii Miranda, Bernardi & Passos, 2006(GREGORIN & DIETCHFIELD, 2006MIRANDA et al, 2006a).…”
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