|Trophic Patterns of an Insectivorous Bat Community Foraging Over Urban and Pristine Streams as Revealed by Stable Isotope and Fecal Analyses
||The North Buffalo Creek wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) has a demonstrated impact on basal stream components and the foraging activity of common bat species in the watershed. I examined trophic patterns of common bat species upstream and downstream...
|Use of Forest Edges by Bats in a Managed Pine Forest Landscape in Coastal North Carolina
||Forest edges represent the interface of two vegetation types and often have increased species richness and abundance (edge effects). Edges can affect spatial distribution of species and dynamics of species interactions. Landscapes of intensively mana...
|The Influence of Water Source Type and Insect Abundance on Bat Foraging Behavior in a Managed Pine Landscape
||Bats forage over calm, open water presumably because of high insect abundance, low echolocation interference, and few flight obstacles. Changes to the physical structure of water sources could be important to bats. Many wetlands in coastal North Caro...
|The individual context of ultrasonic vocalizations in wild monogamous California mice (Peromyscus californicus).
||Ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) are commonly produced by the rodent species in the Super Family Muroidea. The bulk of USV research has been conducted on Mus and Rattus exclusively in a laboratory setting. There is variation in the production and func...
|Species differences and interspecific interactions in wild Peromyscus ultrasonic vocalizations.
||Ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) are commonly produced by many rodents, including all muroids investigated to date (18 genera). The overall adaptive significance of USVs within muroid rodents is not well understood. Most research has focused on the mu...