Amanda Lollar has trained bat care professionals from every bat inhabited continent in the world. I believe that speaks for itself. I highly recommend Ms. Lollar's book for anyone truly concerned about the care, medical treatment, husbandry, housing, enrichment and so much more of bats.
Amanda Lollar has trained bat care professionals from every bat inhabited continent in the world. This work is spot-on.
Contains instructions for feeding, caging, treatments for injuries and other medical conditions, diagnostic charts, pharmaceutical recommendations, surgical techniques and human health precautions.
18(2) Captive Care and Medical Reference for the Rehabilitation of Insectivorous Bats Lollar, A and . Bat World Publication, Mineral Wells, TX. Vocalizations associated with social communication in the Mexican free-tailed bat, Tadarida brasiliensis Mexicana (Chiroptera: Molossidae) French, B; A. Lollar, et al. Bat World News 8(1). Acoustic mimicry in a predator prey interaction Barber, . .
Barbara A. Schmidt-French is a biologist, bat rehabilitator, and the science officer at Bat Conservation International. She is the coauthor of Medical Reference for the Rehabilitation and Captive Care of Insectivorous Bats
Barbara A. She is the coauthor of Medical Reference for the Rehabilitation and Captive Care of Insectivorous Bats. Carol A. Butler is the coauthor of Salt Marshes: A Natural and Unnatural History(Rutgers University Press) and the r of Do Butterflies Bite? Fascinating Answers to Questions about Butterflies and Moths and future Rutgers Animal Q&A books, including Do Hummingbirds Hum? and Why Do Bees Buzz? Библиографические данные.
Captive Care and Medical Reference for the Rehabilitation of Insectivorous Bats. We recorded acoustic signals during interactions between mother eastern red bats and their nursing young. Amanda Lollar, Barbara Schmidt-French. Vocalizations emitted during mother-young interactions by captive eastern red bats Lasiurus borealis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Barbara Schmidt-French, Erin H. Gillam, M. Brock Fenton. Mothers and young produced tonal (structured change in frequency over time. More).
Lollar A, French B (2002) Feeding. In: Captive care and medical reference for the rehabilitation of insectivorous bats. In: Kunz TH (ed) Ecological and behavioral methods for the study of bats. Bat World Publications, Mineral Wells (TX), pp 41–57Google Scholar. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DCGoogle Scholar.
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Insectivorous bats have some of the smallest olfactory organs in mammals and invest significantly less in.A. Lollar, B. Schmidt-French, Captive Care and Medical Reference for the Rehabilitation of Insectivorous Bats (Bat World Sanctuary, ed. 2, 2002)
Insectivorous bats have some of the smallest olfactory organs in mammals and invest significantly less in olfactory tissues than bats with frugivorous or mixed (frugivorous and insectivorous) diets (29). Understanding the role of olfaction in bat-insect interactions is an important frontier. Alternatively, bats may have learned to avoid darkened fireflies by extracting acoustic information. 2, 2002).