Received 16 December 2005; revision accepted 27 March 2006.
Bat Diversity and Movement in an Agricultural Landscape in Matiguás, Nicaragua
Version of Record online: 21 DEC 2006
Volume 39, Issue 1, pages 120–128, January 2007
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Medina, A., Harvey, C. A., Merlo, D. S., Vílchez, S. and Hernández, B. (2007), Bat Diversity and Movement in an Agricultural Landscape in Matiguás, Nicaragua. Biotropica, 39: 120–128. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2006.00240.x
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Table S1. Captures of bat species in 6 types of tree cover (SF = secondary forest, RF = riparian forest, FF = forest fallows, LF = live fences, PH = pastures with high tree cover, PL = pastures with low tree cover; N = 8 replicas/habitat type) in an agricultural landscape in MatiguÃ¡s, Nicaragua. Bat species are organized by families, and alphabetically within families. Sampling effort was uniform across habitat types. Feeding ensembles include carnivorous (C), frugivorous (F), insectivorous (I), nectarivorous (N), omnivorous (O) and sanguinivorous (S) bats.
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