Differences in songflight calls and social calls between two phonic types of the vespertilionid bat Pipistrellus pipistrellus
Seasonal migrations of north-eastern populations of Nathusius' bat Pipistrellus
Tree roosting ecology of reproductive female eastern pipistrelles, Pipistrellus
subflavus, in Indiana.
Vitali (1924) reported the presence of a paratympanic organ in the bat Pipistrellus pipistrellus
that was of variable occurrence and rudimentary in conformation compared with the paratympanic organ in birds.
Other species that we captured were: Lasiurus seminolus, the seminole bat (n = 11,27% of captures); Myotis austroriparius, the southeastern myotis, (n = 8, 20%); Pipistrellus
subflavus, the eastern pipistrelle, (n = 3, 7%); Lasiurus borealis, the red bat, (n = 3, 7%).
Local patterns of distribution and resource utilization of four bat species (Myotis brandti, Eptesicus nilssoni, Plecotus auritus, and Pipistrellus pipistrellus
) in patchy and continuous environments.
group (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae).
the body weight of the Japanese pipistrelle, Pipistrellus
abramus, increases by up to 30.
Streit and Nagel (1993) reported, in adults of the insectivorous bat Pipistrellus pipistrellus
, levels of Pb in the liver between 2.
We observed a strong association of several viral lineages to particular bat genera for paramyxoviruses identified in Hipposideros, Miniopterus, Coleura, Myotis, and Pipistrellus
bats, although the bats were sampled from geographically distant locations.
The effects of illuminating the roost entrance on the emergence behaviour of Pipistrellus
Nomenclature follows Wilson and Reeder (2005) for scientific and vernacular names except for Parastrellus and Perimyotis, which we used instead of Pipistrellus
(following Hoofer et al.