Audio-Vocal Matching in Greater Spear-Nosed Bats.
Kirsten M. Bohn*, Cynthia F. Moss, and Gerald S. Wilkinson, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
The Impact of Ecological and Latitudinal Gradients on the
Phylogeographic Structuring of Cynopterus brachyotis in
A Preliminary Analysis.
Polly Campbell*, Thomas H. Kunz, Christopher J. Schneider, and Akbar Zubaid, Boston University, Boston, MA; Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor
Results of a Bat Survey in the Western Ozark
Michelle L. Caviness* and Douglas A. James, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
Species Limits and the Historical Biogegraphy of
Endemic Genus Brachyphylla.
Liliana M. Dávalos*, Columbia University and American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY
The Nasal Cavity of Hypsignathus
for Sound Production?
Alta E. Dawson* and Elizabeth R. Dumont, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA
Phylogeography and Systematics of North American Long-eared
Tanya Dewey*, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Bat Compatible Gates.
G. F. Diamond, J. M. Diamond, V. J. Tyler, K. W. Grandison, and M. Mesch, Southern Utah University; Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
Bats in Buildings: A Case Study of Private Land Stewardship
on Southern Vancouver Island.
Adam T. Ford*, University of Victoria, BC
Fruit Bat Conservation in the Comoros Islands: Past
Efforts, Current Challenges, and Future Steps.
Elise Granek* and Brent J. Sewall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR; University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
The Short-Term Impacts of Abandoned Mine Reclamation on
Townsend's Big-Eared at (Corynorhinus townsendii) in New Mexico and
E. S. Greenlee*, R. E. Sherwin, W. L. Gannon, and J. Scott Altenbach, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
A Preliminary Study of Infant Behavior and Communal Care
of Young in a Captive Group of Straw-colored Fruit Bats, Eidolon
Rebekah Hull*, Jan Zinck, and Debbie Duffield, Portland State University, Portland, OR
Preliminary Natural History Aspects of a Bridge-roosting
Colony of Southeastern Bats (Myotis austroriparius) in
Tammy R. Jones*, Drew Reed, J.D. Wilhide, David A. Saugey, and Betty G. Crump, Arkansas State University, State University, AR; United States Forest Service, Jessieville, AR; United States Forest Service, Glenwood, AR
Arm Signals: Are Characters of the Humerus Useful
Phylogenetic Relationships among Bats?
Natasha Korobov*, Jonathan H. Geisler, and Nancy B. Simmons, Barnard College, Columbia University, NY, NY; American Museum of Natural History NY, NY
The Mexican Free-tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis
mexicana) at Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico: A Dietary Review.
Lisa A. McWilliams* and Troy L. Best, Auburn University, AL
Inferring Recent and Historical Population Dynamics within
Antoinette J. Piaggio*, University of Colorado, Boulder,CO
Additional Support for the Phylogeny of
Eric O. Stiner* and Nancy B. Simmons, American Museum of Natural History, NY, NY
Erophylla sezekorni and Brachyphylla
Diet of Two Phyllostomid Bats in Puerto Rico.
J. Angel Soto-Centeno*, Armando Rodriguez-Duran and Elvis Cortes-Rosa, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Mi; Inter American University, Bayamon, PR
Distribution and Roost Site Selection of Chiropterans in
Eastern South Dakota.
Vicki J. Swier*, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
Food Habits of Bats of the Genera Phyllostomus and
Phylloderma in Two South American Localities.
Adrian Tejedor*, American Museum of Natural History
SPELEOBOOKS Award-winning Poster
A Field Recording Technique to Passively Collect and Time
Tag Echolocation Calls from Free Flying Bats Using a Time Expansion
and a Digital 8 Video Camcorder.
R.D. Berry* and J. Szewczak, Brown-Berry Biological Consulting, Bishop, California; White Mountain Research Station, Bishop, California
Mexican Free-tailed Bats (Tadarida brasiliensis
at Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico: Where Do They Spend the Winter?
Troy L. Best*, Lisa A. McWilliams, Celia López-González, David M. Roemer, Gabriel Villegas-Guzmán, John L. Hunt, Luis Guevara-Chumacaro, and Herguin B. Cuevas-Arellano, Auburn University, AL; Centro Interdisciplinario de Investigación para el Desarrollo Integral Regional, Durango, México; Carlsbad Caverns National Park, NM
Evaluation of Vampire Incidence on Livestock in the Sierra
de Manantlán Biosphere Reserve.
Luis Ignacio Iñiguez Dávalos* and Juan Pablo Esparza Carlos, Universidad de Guadalajara, Autlán, Jalisco, México
Visitor Activity and Education Programs on Bats at the
Michel Delorme and Diane Mitchell*, Montreal Biodome, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Beer, Taco Shells and Mexican Free-tailed Bats.
Angela England and Barbara French, Bat Conservation International, Austin, TX
Hydroelectric Development and Roost Sites:
Mandy Kellner* and Sal Rasheed, Pacific Slope Consulting, Vancouver, BC; Parks Canada Agency, Calgary, AB
Milk Minerals and Neonatal Mineral Accretion in Artibeus
jamaicensis and Phyllostomus discolor, Two Neotropical
Michelle Falzone, Eugene Studier and Gary Kwiecinski*, The University of Scranton, Scranton, PA; University of Michigan-Flint, Flint, MI
How the Sonar Calls of Big Brown Bats Change as
W. Mitchell Masters*, Glenn E. Miracle, Stephen C. Burnett, and Karry A. Kazial, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Biogeography of the Bats in the Northern Lesser
Recent Census Activity on Montserrat, Antigua, Nevis, and St. Kitts:
Scott Pedersen*, Hugh Genoways, Matthew Morton, Gary Kwiecinski, Karen Hadley, and Rick Adams, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD; University of Nebraska State Museum, Lincoln, NE; Bristol, UK; University of Scranton, PA; Trout Lake, WA; University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, WI
Roosts of Tree Bats in a Diverse Forest Landscape of the
Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas.
Roger W. Perry* and Ronald E. Thill, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Hot Springs, AR; USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Nacogdoches, TX
Oxygen Transport and Wing Morphology of Antillean
Armando Rodríguez-Durán*, Inter American University, Bayamón Campus, PR
Bats and Undergraduate Research Experience.
Mike Scott*, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO
Variation in Bat Detections Due to Detector Orientation
in a Forest.
Theodore J. Weller*, U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Arcata, CA
Mist Net Effort Required to Characterize a Bat Species
Assemblage in a Western Coniferous Forest.
Theodore J. Weller* and Cynthia J. Zabel, U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Arcata, CA
Schedule of Oral Papers