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Publisher: Museum and Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences

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Volume 7, Number 2, September 2005

Articles

History of the Pipistrellus pipistrellus group in Central Europe in light of its fossil record
pp. 189-204(16)
Authors: Horáček, Ivan; Jahelková, Helena

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A review of the genera Myotis, Ia, Pipistrellus, Hypsugo, and Arielulus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Myanmar (Burma), including three species new to the country
pp. 205-236(32)
Authors: Bates, Paul J. J.; Nwe, Tin; Bu, Si Si Hla; Mie, Khin Mie; Swe, Kin Maung; Nyo, Nyo; Khaing, Aye Aye; Aye, Nu Nu; Toke, Yin Yin; Aung, Naing Naing; Thi, Mar Mar; Mackie, Iain

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The microchiropteran bat fauna of Singapore
pp. 237-247(11)
Authors: Pottie, Shirley A.; Lane, David J. W.; Kingston, Tigga; Lee, Benjamin P. Y.-H.

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Phenology, diet, and ectoparasites of Leisler's bat (Nyctalus leisleri) in the Western Carpathians (Slovakia)
pp. 249-257(9)
Authors: Kaňuch, Peter; Krištín, Anton; Krištofík, Ján

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Is species identity, sex, age or individual quality conveyed by echolocation call frequency in European horseshoe bats?
pp. 259-274(16)
Authors: Siemers, Björn M.; Beedholm, Kristian; Dietz, Christian; Dietz, Isabel; Ivanova, Teodora

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Echolocation behaviour of Phyllops falcatus (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae): unusual frequency range of the first harmonic
pp. 275-283(9)
Authors: Macías, Silvio; Mora, Emanuel C.; Koch, Corinna; von Helversen, Otto

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The effect of gates on cave entry by swarming bats
pp. 293-299(7)
Authors: Pugh, Miriam; Altringham, John D.

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Short Notes

Rediscovery of the Mexican flat-headed bat Myotis planiceps (Vespertilionidae)
pp. 309-314(6)
Authors: Arroyo-Cabrales, Joaquín; Kalko, Elisabethk. K. V.; LaVal, Richard K.; Maldonado, Jesús E.; Medellín, Rodrigo A.; Polaco, Oscar J.; Rodríguez-Herrera, Bernal

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Acquisition of foraging behavior and insect preferences by naive juvenile red bats (Lasiurus borealis)
pp. 314-318(5)
Authors: Schmidt-French, Barbara; Whitaker, John O.

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Book Reviews

Book Reviews
pp. 319-321(3)
Author: Kunz, Thomas H.

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