SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Arbeitskreis Fledermaüse Sachsen-Anhalt (1997) Zur Situation der Hufeisennasen in Europa: Contributions À la Situation Des Rhinolophides Dans l’Europe. IFA-Verlag, Stecklenberg-Berlin, Germany.
  • Banks, S.C., Hoyle, S., Horsup, D., Sunnucks, P. & Taylor, A.C. (2003) Demographic monitoring of an entire species (the northern hairy-nosed wombat, Lasiorhinus krefftii) by genetic analysis of non-invasively collected material. Animal Conservation, 6, 110.
  • Bonin, A., Bellemain, E., Eidesen, P.B., Pompanon, F., Brochmann, C. & Taberlet, P. (2004) How to track and assess genotyping errors in population genetic studies. Molecular Ecology, 13, 32163273.
  • Broquet, T. & Petit, E. (2004) Quantifying genotyping errors in noninvasive population genetics. Molecular Ecology, 13, 36013608.
  • Frantz, A.C., Pope, L.C., Carpenter, P.J., Roper, T.J., Wilson, G.J., Delahay, R.J. & Burke, T. (2003) Reliable microsatellite genotyping of the Eurasian badger (Meles meles) using faecal DNA. Molecular Ecology, 12, 16491661.
  • Frantz, A.C., Schaul, M., Pope, L.C., Fack, F., Schley, L., Muller, C.P. & Roper, T.J. (2004) Estimating population size by genotyping remotely plucked hair: the Eurasian badger. Journal of Applied Ecology, 41, 985995.
  • Gaisler, J. (1963a) The ecology of lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros Bechstein, 1800) in Czechoslovakia. I. Vestnik Ceskoslovenske Spolencnosti Zoologicke, 27, 211233.
  • Gaisler, J. (1963b) The ecology of lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros hipposideros) in Czechoslovakia. II. Ecological demands, problem of synanthropy. Acta Societatia Zoologicae Bohemoslovenicae, 27, 322327.
  • Gaisler, J. (1963c) Nocturnal activity in the lesser horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus hipposideros. Folia Zoologica, 12, 223230.
  • Gaisler, J. (1965) The female sexual cycle and reproduction in the lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros hipposideros Bechstein, 1800). Vestnik Ceskoslovenske Spolecnosti Zoologicke, 29, 336352.
  • Gaisler, J. (1966a) Reproduction in the lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros hipposideros Bechstein, 1800). Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde, 36, 4564.
  • Gaisler, J. (1966b) A tentative ecological classification of colonies of the European bats. Lynx (Praha), 6, 3539.
  • Gaisler, J. (1989) The r–K selection model and life-history strategies in bats. European Bat Research 1987 (eds V.Hanak, I.Horacek & J.Gaisler), pp. 117124. Charles University Press, Prague, Czech Republic..
  • Gaisler, J., Hanák, V., Hanzal, V. & Jarsky, V. (2003) Results of bat banding in the Czech and Slovak Republics, 1948–2000. Vespertilio, 7, 361.
  • Gazey, W.J. & Staley, M.J. (1986) Population estimation from mark–recapture experiments using a sequential Bayes algorithm. Ecology, 67, 941951.
  • Gittleman, J.L., Holroyd, S.L. & Barclay, R.M.R. (1988) Energy allocation in mammalian reproduction. American Zoologist, 28, 863875.
  • Goudet, J. (2001) FSTAT, A Program to Estimate and Test Gene Diversities and Fixation Indices, Version 2·9·3. http://www.unil.ch/dee/page6767_en.html (accessed 26 April 2007).
  • Hutson, A.M., Mickleburgh, S.P. & Racey, P.A. (2001) Microchiropteran Bats: Global Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.
  • Ihaka, R. & Gentleman, R. (1996) r: a language for data analysis and graphics. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, 5, 299314.
  • Kayikcioglu, A. & Zahn, A. (2004) High temperature and the use of satellite roosts in Rhinolophus hipposideros. Mammalian Biology, 69, 337341.
  • Kohn, M.H., York, E.C., Kamradt, D.A., Haught, G., Sauvajot, R.M. & Wayne, R.K. (1999) Estimating population size by genotyping faeces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 266, 657663.
  • Miller, C.R., Joyce, P. & Waits, L. (2005) A new method for estimating the size of small populations from genetic mark–recapture data. Molecular Ecology, 14, 19912005.
  • Mills, L.S., Citta, J.J., Lair, K.P., Schwartz, M.K. & Tallmon, D.A. (2000) Estimating animal abundance using noninvasive DNA sampling: promise and pitfalls. Ecological Applications, 10, 283294.
  • O'Shea, T.J., Bogan, M.A. & Ellison, L.E. (2003) Monitoring trends in bat populations of the United States and territories: status of the science and recommendations for the future. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31, 1629.
  • Paetkau, D. (2003) An empirical exploration of data quality in DNA-based population inventories. Molecular Ecology, 12, 13751387.
  • Petit, E. & Valière, N. (2006) Estimating population size with noninvasive capture–mark–recapture data. Conservation Biology, 20, 10621073.
  • Piggott, M.P. & Taylor, A.C. (2003) Remote collection of animal DNA and its applications in conservation management and understanding the population biology of rare and cryptic species. Wildlife Research, 30, 113.
  • Prugh, L.R., Ritland, C.E., Arthur, S.M. & Krebs, C.J. (2005) Monitoring coyote population dynamics by genotyping faeces. Molecular Ecology, 14, 15851596.
  • Puechmaille, S., Mathy, G. & Petit, E. (2005) Characterization of 14 polymorphic microsatellite loci for the lesser horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus hipposideros (Rhinolophidae, Chiroptera). Molecular Ecology Notes, 5, 941944.
  • Puechmaille, S.J., Mathy, G. & Petit, E.J. (2007) Good DNA from bat droppings. Acta Chiropterologica, in press.
  • Rossiter, S.J., Ransome, R.D., Faulkes, C.G., Le Comber, S. & Jones, G. (2005) Mate fidelity and intra-lineage polygyny in greater horseshoe bats. Nature, 437, 408411.
  • Schofield, H.W. (1996) The ecology and conservation of Rhinolophus hipposideros, the lesser horseshoe bat. PhD Thesis. University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.
  • Simmons, N.B. (2005) Order Chiroptera. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (eds D.E.Wilson & D.M.Reeder), pp. 312529. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Solberg, K.H., Bellemain, E., Drageset, O.-M., Taberlet, P. & Swenson, J.E. (2006) An evaluation of field and non-invasive genetic methods to estimate brown bear (Ursus arctos) population size. Biological Conservation, 128, 158168.
  • Taberlet, P. & Luikart, G. (1999) Non-invasive genetic sampling and individual identification. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 68, 4155.
  • Taberlet, P., Griffin, S., Goossens, B., Questiau, S., Manceau, V., Escaravage, N., Waits, L.P. & Bouvet, J. (1996) Reliable genotyping of samples with very low DNA quantities using PCR. Nucleic Acids Research, 24, 31893194.
  • Taberlet, P., Waits, L.P. & Luikart, G. (1999) Noninvasive genetic sampling: look before you leap. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 14, 323327.
  • Valière, N. (2002) gimlet: a computer program for analysing genetic individual identification data. Molecular Ecology Notes, 2, 377379.
    Direct Link:
  • Waits, J.L. & Leberg, P.L. (2000) Biases associated with population estimation using molecular tagging. Animal Conservation, 3, 191199.
  • Waits, L.P., Luikart, G. & Taberlet, P. (2001) Estimating the probability of identity among genotypes in natural populations: cautions and guidelines. Molecular Ecology, 10, 249256.
  • Wasser, S.K., Houston, C.S., Koehler, G.M., Cadd, G.G. & Fain, S.R. (1997) Techniques for application of faecal DNA methods to field studies of Ursids. Molecular Ecology, 6, 10911097.
  • Wilberg, M.J. & Dreher, B.P. (2004) genecap: a program for analysis of multilocus genotype data for non-invasive sampling and capture–recapture population estimation. Molecular Ecology Notes, 4, 783785.
  • Wilson, G.J., Frantz, A.C., Pope, L.C., Roper, T.J., Burke, T., Cheeseman, C.L. & Delahay, R.J. (2003) Estimation of badger abundance using faecal DNA typing. Journal of Applied Ecology, 40, 658666.