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Lia Gilmour May 27
Building up a picture of assemblages can be tricky! João aka shows us how important data is as well as for identifying species ranges.
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Cecilia Montauban May 28
1. Bat monitoring is fantastic and has led to species discoveries worldwide. But often we are faced with trying to classify that look like this ⬇️. Can you guess what common widespread European species are recorded here? 🦇
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Eran Amichai May 28
1 Newborn horseshoe & leaf-nosed bats are little more than nose-leaves w/ a small bat attached to them. Why? This apparatus, esp. the horseshoe size and shape, controls the shape of the beam produced by these nasal-emitting bats (aka ).
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David López-Bosch 23h
1 When analysing bat sounds, we need tools to identify what we recorded. What started as an acoustic id key of the of East China, lead to a review on the info on bat echolocation in mainland China. So what do we know about bat in China?🦇📡🇨🇳
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Lida Sanchez Sanchez May 27
3 calls of are mainly FM, containing a brief CF segment, allowing to recognize the species among other FM bats 🦇 previously recorded. Recorded calls for 13 indiv. were used as templates to detect the sp. in the field recordings.
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David López-Bosch May 28
Do you think you can differentiate P. pipistrellus from P. pygmaeus by their calls? Well, think twice! 🤔
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Bat Conservation Trust 10 Apr 16
Whose nose is this? This complex nose shape is an adaptation to this species highly specialised
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Laurel Coons, PhD 🧬🧬🧬 15 Nov 18
Dolphins Are Cunning Hunters: 🐬Use (biosonar) to navigate & detect prey through sound waves 🐬Emit high-frequency clicks 🐬Rush the shore on their right sides to capture prey against the shore at low tide 🐬High-risk, high-reward
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Kevin Lewis 25 Jul 17
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Muffled Warfare 30 Jun 18
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Anders Hedenström 19 Feb 18
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National Science Foundation 29 May 16
Counting with , @smcbellebats research Radio:
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Ivana Budinski May 28
We should be cautious in identification of P. pipistrellus and P. pygmaeus calls. Soprano showed high in echolocation calls with FME as low as 44 kHz!
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Adrià López-Baucells - Connecting Bats & People Feb 21
Do you say during the that synchronise their calls with their wing flaps? There's no better way to illustrate this than the following extraordinary thermal video recording :)
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Mind Crazy Factz 22 Nov 16
can detect they consume as food, up to 18ft. away, and can gather information about them by using their sense.
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Kevin Lewis 25 Jul 17
First attempt at recording calls with a on . It's already addictive )
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Bats in Churches May 16
If you're looking for outdoor entertainment over the weekend and a bit of a run around, both those young and beautifully mature, I urge you to play Bat & Moth it's an absolute winner instructions here 👇
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Bioacoustics AU 6 Aug 18
PhD opportunity (3yr) in bat with us which seeks to address how echo streams inform vocal-motor adjustments during prey capture and flight. Involves field and lab work including ultrasound onboard tags. deadline Sept 10, 2018
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Jan Steckel Sep 16
The work continues. More data and videos. Here is a Pallid capturing a scorpion, recorded with 64 microphones. We overlay the beam of the bat on the surface. Collab. with Jessy Barber from @boisestatelive and .
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🏳️‍🌈 Cara Santa Maria 🏳️‍🌈 3 Sep 17
"Some people who are blind use mouth clicks to “see” the world like bats."
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