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Effect of habitat and foraging height on bat activity in the coastal plain of South CarolinaAuthor(s): Jennifer M. Menzel; Michael A. Jr. Menzel; John C. Kilgo; W. Mark Ford; John W. Edwards; Gary F. McCracken
Source: Journal of Wildlife Management. 69(1): 235-245.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationMenzel, Jennifer M.; Menzel, Michael A. Jr.; Kilgo, John C.; Ford, W. Mark; Edwards, John W.; McCracken, Gary F. 2005. Effect of habitat and foraging height on bat activity in the coastal plain of South Carolina. Journal of Wildlife Management. 69(1): 235-245.
Keywordsbat echolocation, call structure, pine plantations, riparian area, South Carolina, southeast United States, time expansion, wing morphology
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