It can be concluded from the present study that ejecta of the Pteropus
giganteus are composed of beneficial and pathogenic microbes.
Torpy, 'Daytime Behaviour of the Grey-Headed Flying Fox Pteropus
Poliocephalus Temminck (Pteropodidae: Megachiroptera) at an Autumn/Winter Roost', Australian Mammalogy, 28 (2006).
rotundus presented less goblet cells than the other species, a fact also observed in Pteropus
alecto by Tedman & Hall.
was not an important and available nektonic prey organism at the time of sampling.
This paper examines the three hypotheses outlined above using data from two Paleotropical island Pteropus
samoensis Peale and Pteropus
tonganus Quoy and Gaimard, which coexist in the Samoan islands.
This distance chosen was arbitrary but reasonably represents the distance that a person could travel within a day, even without access to good roads, and is within the typical nightly foraging radius of Pteropus
bats, which has been observed as 20-50 km (28-30).
Little Red Flying-fox Pteropus
scapulatus, an uncommon visitor to southern Victoria (Menkhorst 1995), was found in three owl pellets (Table 2) collected at a site on the lower Yarra River.
Heavy metals, Fruit bats, Pteropus
giganteus, metal accumulation.
Limin 2007 Intensive hunting of large flying foxes Pteropus
vampyrus natunae in Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.
Washington, August 26 (ANI): The world's largest species of fruit bat, Pteropus
vampyrus, could be driven to extinction in Peninsular Malaysia at the current hunting rate, scientists have warned.
Diurnal home range and roosting trees of a maternity colony of Pteropus
vampyrus natunae (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) in Sedilu, Sarawak.
giganteus Igrashi and Kamiya, 1972 (PTEROPODIDAE) 4.