Compromises: Sound Frequencies Used In Echolocation By Aerial-feeding Bats

Title

Compromises: Sound Frequencies Used In Echolocation By Aerial-feeding Bats

Creator

Fenton M B; Portfors C V; Rautenbach I L; Waterman J M

Publisher

Canadian Journal of Zoology

Date

1998
1998-06

Subject

atmospheric attenuation; bats; chemiluminescent tag; chiroptera; eptesicus-fuscus; flight; foraging behavior; habitat use; insectivorous bats; pipistrelle; prey detection; Zoology

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

1174-1182

Issue

6

Volume

76

Citation

Fenton M B; Portfors C V; Rautenbach I L; Waterman J M, “Compromises: Sound Frequencies Used In Echolocation By Aerial-feeding Bats,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed December 3, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9494.

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