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Spear-nosed bats

by Tamara L. Britton

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Published by ABDO Pub. Co. in Edina, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Phyllostomus

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementTamara L. Britton
    SeriesBats
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.C57 B748 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24803846M
    ISBN 109781616133931
    LC Control Number2010009934

    The pale spear-nosed bat (Phyllostomus discolor) is a species of phyllostomid bat from South and Central America. Description. Pale spear-nosed bats are relatively robust for bats. Adults range from 8 to 11 centimetres ( to in) in total length, with an average wingspan of 42 centimetres (17 in).Class: Mammalia. from what i have learned its a microbat but not sure cause i. looked on a book that megabats eat nector like a spear nosed bat. and microbats eat meat and insects im pretty sure its a microbat.

    Linnaeus’s false vampire bat Gray’s spear-nosed bat Four frog-eating bats come on call to grab bits of fish from Merlin Tuttle’s hand. In this particular training session, Tuttle was recording the bats’ echolocation sounds. An African heart-nosed bat pup clings to its mother as she flies. This book introduces young readers to the spear-nosed bat, the insect-eating bat from the family Phyllostomidae. Easy-to-read text examines the spear-nosed batÍs biology, size, behavior, and dietary needs, and reproduction and pup development are introduced.

    The Greater Spear-Nosed Bat is one of the largest found across their distribution range in Central and South America; The females recognize their young by their vocalizations (i.e. cries in the human world) Using echolocation, the Greater Spear-Nosed Bat is able to distinguish objects as small as 4 mm (″). Platyrrhinus albericoi is a species of leaf-nosed bat found in South America. Taxonomy. Platyrrhinus albericoi was described as a new species in by Velazco. The holotype had been collected in by Sergio Solari in the Paucartambo District of Peru. The Class: Mammalia.


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Find more Spear-nosed bats book about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Introduces spear-nosed bats, the insect-eating bats, biology, sizes, behaviors, dietary needs, reproduction, and pup development.

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mysunshinevintage. From shop mysunshinevintage. 5 out of 5 stars (3,) 3, reviews. Female greater spear-nosed bats,Phyllostomus hastatus, live in stable groups of unrelated bats and give audible frequency, broadband calls termed screech calls when departing from the roost and at foraging sites.

Previous field observations suggested that bats give screech calls to Cited by: Species. Genus: Mimon - Gray's spear-nosed bats. Golden bat, Mimon bennettii. Cozumelan golden bat, Mimon cozumelae. Striped hairy-nosed bat, Mimon crenulatum.

Koepcke's hairy-nosed bat, Mimon : Mammalia. Tibetan Music, Healing Music, Relaxation Music, Chakra, Relaxing Music for Stress Relief, C - Duration: Yellow Brick Cinema - Relaxing Music Recommended for you. We determined the audiogram of Phyllostomus hastatus (the greater spear-nosed bat), a large, omnivorous American leaf-nosed bat native to Central and South America.

A conditioned suppression/avoidance procedure with a fruit juice reward was used for testing. At an intensity of 60 dB sound pressure level (SPL re 20 μN/m 2), the hearing range of P.

hastatus extends from to Cited by: Spear-nosed bats may be monoestrus (one reproductive bout per year) or polyestrus (multiple reproductive bouts in a year); the pattern may be geographically dependent.

Lactating females have been found throughout the year. They generally have one offspring at a time. Gestation about 4 months. Greater spear-nosed bat reproduction is monoestrous in Middle America and Trinidad and polyestrous in South America.

Reproduction and growth rates are highest in polyestrous populations with large harems, and are lowest in monoestrous populations with either large or small harems.

While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books. Social calls and foraging in greater spear- nosed bats. Animal Behavior, Reference written by Stephanie Stewart, Biology (Mammalogy), University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. Dog-Faced Bats by Tamara L Britton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Dog-Faced Bats: Tamara L Britton: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.4/5(1). The greater spear-nosed bat (Phyllostomus hastatus) is a bat species of the family Phyllostomidae from South and Central America.

It is one of the larger bats of this region and is omnivorous Habitat. Phyllostomus hastatus lives in tropical regions of the Americas. The Class: Mammalia. Follow Pamela J. Gerholdt and explore their bibliography from 's Pamela J.

Gerholdt Author Page. Bats Vintage Print, Book Plate, Brazilian Large Eared Bat, Spear Nosed Bat, Cuban Flower Bat, etc. mysunshinevintage 5 out of 5 stars (3,) $ $ $ (50% off). book (Schulenberg et al. distress calls of the Jamaican fruit bat Artibeus jamaicensis and the greater spear-nosed bat Phyllostomus hastatus have an overall similar acoustic structure.

“Somewhere close I knew spear-nosed bats flew through the tree crowns in search of fruit, palm vipers coiled in ambush in the roots of orchids, jaguars walked the river's edge; around them eight hundred species of trees stood, more than are native to all of North America; and a thousand species of butterflies, 6 percent of the entire world fauna, waited for the the orchids of that.The function of social calls emitted by foraging bats has received little study.

Here we use observations of free-ranging greater spear-nosed bats,Phyllostomus hastatus, and field playbacks to determine whether audible, broad-band ‘screech’ calls attract mates, warn conspecifics or influence access to lines of evidence suggest that screech calls enable adult females from the same Cited by: Ernst Haeckel's Bats () Plate 67 from Ernst Haeckel’s visually dazzling Kunstformen der Natur, (Art Forms of Nature), published in With the assistance of Jena artist-lithographer Adolf Giltsch, Haeckel produced one hundred plates depicting the forms of animal life.