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Bat species richness and abundance in Neotropical lowlands tend to be highest during early rainy season, and lowest during dry and late rainy seasons Thomas , Bonaccorso , Stoner , this study.
However, in the cloud forest, species richness was similar in all three seasons, whereas abundance was highest during both rainy seasons Jun-Oct and lower during the dry season.
The differences in climate and plant diversity between sites Chapter 2 may be responsible, through their influence on the availability of food and roost resources, for the differences in seasonal diversity 65 patterns between these bat communities Kalko et al.
The lowland monthly variability in species richness and abundance between strata reflect the general pattern of use by bats Kalko and Handley , this study.
However, there was an opposite trend between the understory and canopy species richness that has not been previously reported: understory species increased from June-July, whereas canopy species simultaneously decreased.
Throughout the year both strata were used equally by individuals, which suggests that these strata may have similar resource availability.
This study indicates that sampling only in the understory will strongly bias the results of a bat diversity study. The classification of species from a community into meaningful groups, such as guilds, is a way to distinguish patterns in community Root , Simberloff and Dayan Bats have been classified into 10 guilds based on habitat, feeding mode, and diet Kalko , Schnitzler and Kalko This study showed the general pattern that the number of bat guilds decreases with elevation in the Neotropics Graham , Fleming a, Eisenberg , Patterson et al.
There was a decrease from the ten guilds found in lowland forests Kalko et al. At the well-sampled Monteverde cloud forest bat community in Costa Rica, the piscivore is the only missing guild and carnivorous and omnivorous bats are rare Timm and LaVal a.
In this study, piscivorous, omnivorous, and carnivorous bats are missing in the cloud forest. The absence or rarity of these guilds might result from the scarcity of foraging ground calm waters and prey piscivorous N.
Bat communities were similar in their species richness, taxonomic composition, and body mass distribution of guilds in spite of ecological e.
Neotropical bat communities are dominated in number of species by the background cluttered aerial insectivore and the frugivore guilds Kalko et al.
Because results from bat studies suggest that bat communities follow similar patterns in taxonomic richness, trophic categories, and body mass distribution, at least in forest ecosystems with appropriate resources available Fleming a , the question rises of how this high bat species diversity is maintained.
Maintenance of Tropical Bat Communities The question of how so many ecologically similar species can coexist, is one central topic in bat studies Findley , Kalko Niche differentiation is a prerequisite for a stable coexistence of similar species Volterra , Lotka and 67 under the premise that resources are a limiting factor, members of the same guild should differ in their niche requirements Begon et al.
Ecological separation of species resources occurs along food, habitat, and time dimensions Giller McNab was the first to use a two-dimensional food habit-body size niche matrix to analyze the structure of tropical bat communities.
He hypothesized that only one common species should occupy each cell in the matrix; however as in this study, it has been found that some cells contain more than one common species Fleming et al.
As McNab and others have suggested, information on factors such as diet, strata use, and temporal activity, are needed to understand how tropical bat communities are structured.
Tropical bats have shown differentiation according to body size, habitat use, foraging strategy, or temporal activity Bonaccorso , Bonaccorso and Humphrey , Kalko , Kalko et al.
For example, the coexistence of several species of aerial insectivorous bats in the same body mass class can be mediated through a behavioral segregation in foraging pattern Saunders and Barclay , Kalko , Kalko et al.
Lowland gleaning insectivore and omnivore species with similar body mass and abundance may use forest strata differentially e.
The lowland and cloud forests have only one abundant small nectarivorous bat lowland G. Glossophaga soricina has a lower basal metabolic rate and smaller body size than highland nectarivorous species McNab , , Soriano et al.
The largest member of this guild was a rare species P. Neotropical frugivorous bats, which show a positive correlation between their body size and the size of fruits that they consume Heithaus et al.
The genera Carollia and Sturnira are considered understory bats that feed mainly in shrubs of the Piperaceae and Solanaceae Fleming b, The Stenodermatinae except Sturnira are classified as canopy bats that feed mainly on fruits from Ficus Moraceae trees Bonaccorso , Handley et al.
Only lowland bats showed the general stratataxonomic segregation with the exception of S. Most cloud forest frugivores were canopy specialists or made use of both strata, the latter including Carollia and some small Artibeus.
The only understory specialist was the medium-sized highland species S. These plant-bat mutualistic associations influence the ecology of bats, and act as a mechanism that allows species coexistence Fleming ab, , Kalko et al.
There were few very small frugivorous bats in both forests. Lowland small-sized bats were differentiated by strata use in understory Carollia spp. Among species of Carollia, the segregation in body size, diet, and habitat occurs at a fine scale Fleming The largest and smallest Carollia were abundant: C.
Sturnira lilium, which shows an overlap in diet and size with Carollia Fleming b, , Willig , differed in strata use from the similar in size and abundance C.
In the cloud forest, the abundant C. Carollia brevicauda is the dominant species over C. Low ambient temperatures seem not to be a limiting factor for these species because C.
Among five lowland, small canopy bats, only two Artibeus phaeotis and A. These ecologically similar Artibeus species may coexist through temporal or habitat differentiation see Bonaccorso and Humphrey , Kalko et al.
Among small, cloud forest canopy bats, A. Artibeus phaeotis, which used both strata, is at the margins of its altitudinal distribution at Fortuna cloud forest.
Besides vertical stratification, other ecological factors, such as food and roost availability, need to be considered in bat resource partitioning and competition Kalko et al.
Medium to very large lowland canopy bats were poorly represented in number of individuals; the exception was the superabundant A.
The reason for this is unknown, but the availability of their preferred fruit species or suitable roosts may have influenced their abundance Morrison , 70 Bonaccorso and Humphrey , Kalko et al.
Two cloud forest medium-sized species of Sturnira were similar in abundance but differentiated in strata use. All largeto very large-sized bats were canopy species with similar abundance, but none was as abundant as the highland P.
In this forest, maybe fruit and roost availability and climatic factors allowed these frugivorous species to coexist at similar abundance. For some groups of bat species, niche segregation might occur at a more fine body size-resource scale, as had been demonstrated in Carollia spp.
Fleming , Thies A clear identification of how tropical bats partition their resources and the spatial and temporal variability in bat diversity shown here needs to be considered when the conservation actions and strategies toward the protection and management of bats and their forest habitats are developed.
In agreement with previous investigations Thomas , Bonaccorso and Humphrey , Kalko et al. It also confirms the utility of standardized, long-term sampling in diverse tropical bat communities, only by doing such sampling will it be possible to make comparisons among spatial and temporal components of diversity Kalko , My results reinforce the prevalence of variation in species richness and abundance along vertical, altitudinal, and temporal scales, accentuating the significance of considering tropical bat diversity in space and time.
My comparison of two bat communities revealed differences in the shapes of species abundance distributions from lowland and cloud forests that previous work on bat communities had not detected.
The differences in curve shapes suggest that these forests differ in the environmental factors that influence their bat communities see May , Stenseth , Ugland and Gray , Hubbell Finally, this study encourages 71 comparisons of tropical bat communities at other lowland and highland sites, and points to a means of advancing our understanding of how spatial and temporal factors may influence tropical bat diversity and in consequence how to conserve both bats and their habitats.
The multidimensional niche concept Hutchinson as a resource utilization spectrum, provides a mean to understand how species relate to one another, and enhance our interpretation of community organization Giller Similar species can separate their activities along three major categories of resource dimensions: food, habitat, and time Giller , Colinvaux Complex resource segregation is found in assemblages with many similar species Feinsinger , Emmons , Karr and Freemark , Brown and Kurzius , Roubik The guild concept sensu Root , as a group of species that exploit the same class of environmental resources in a similar way, provides a opportunity to compare activity patterns among similar species, and to answer the question of how similar species coexist Terborgh and Robinson , Kalko , Comparing guilds has been successful in the study of bat communities.
Early studies of the species-rich Neotropical bat communities revealed that niche space of similar-sized bats with similar food preferences is tightly packed, especially among frugivores Fleming et al.
Subsequently, more complete knowledge about resources 72 73 and habitat requirements of species has improved the descriptions of Neotropical bat guilds Bonaccorso , Kalko , Schnitzler and Kalko However, broad overlap in resources and habitat use within a guild has also been documented, especially within frugivorous bats Bonaccorso , Willig et al.
New World frugivorous and nectarivorous bats in the family Phyllostomidae, are the dominant species in both lowland and highland bat communities Fleming a, , Kalko et al.
They have developed a mutualistic relationship with plants as pollinators and seed dispersers, which contributes to the maintenance of the genetic diversity of plants and the regeneration processes of the forests Faegri and van der Pijl , van der Pijl , Heithaus Because plantvisiting bats are a species-rich group, it is expected that they will show a combination of diet, habitat, and temporal resource partitioning.
More studies have addressed differences in diet and horizontal habitat use among plant-visiting bats reviewed by Fleming , Fleming and Sosa , and Kalko et al.
Results from Bonaccorso's study , Bonaccorso and Humphrey demonstrating that bat switch strata seasonally, suggest that this behavior can be widespread among bats and that it can operate as mechanism of coexistence.
The study focuses on species from highly diverse genera: Artibeus, Sturnira, and Carollia. Correlation of vertical stratification with body size, and seasonal changes in the proportion of strata use were examined.
Finally, the results are discussed in the context of differences in climate, vegetation, and elevation between forests and compared with findings from previous studies.
The lowland site is Cerro Batipa 80 20' Batipa has an elevation range of m. The site lies in a tropical moist forest life zone Tosi and has a tropical climate with a prolonged dry season McKay The vegetation covers ha of tropical evergreen forest, semi-deciduous forest, and dry forest Valdespino and Santamaria The forest canopy has a height of 30 m and emergent trees of 40 m with a closed canopy and relatively open understory Chapter 2.
The vegetation is described in details in Chapter 2 and in Valdespino and Santamaria The reserve has ranges in elevation from m Diaz , but the study site spans an elevation of m.
Diaz Fortuna has two life zones Tosi , Diaz : premontane wet forest and lower wet mountain forest.
It shows a mountain oceanic climate McKay , with mean annual ambient temperature of The reserve comprises 19, ha of continuous lower mountain rainforest Cavelier , Dfaz , classified as a tropical ombrophilous cloud forest Mueller-Dombois and Ellenberg The forest canopy is m in height with an open canopy and emergent trees of 40 m, and a dense understory Cavelier , Chapter 2.
Detailed description of the vegetation in Fortuna is found in Mayo et al. Bat Mist Netting Bats were captured from July to December , except for June , when it was not possible to visit the sites.
I sampled each bat community with mist nets for 1 to 4 nights each month, depending of the weather conditions. Temporal and Vertical Abundance Analysis To compare bat species abundance by strata, season, and month, I estimated a three year-mean monthly species abundance, except for June, which is a 2 yearmean Values for abundance were standardized by divided the monthly abundance between the monthly effort mist net-hour.
Seasons were divided into dry season January to April , early rainy season May to August , and late rainy season September to December.
To compare distribution of understory and canopy captures, I calculated the number of individuals captured by species in a stratum during the whole study, including the recaptures in different months.
Differences in the species abundance distribution between understory and canopy were tested using a G' goodness-of-fit test. To examine 77 the relationship between strata preference and body size, I used the number of canopy captures, expressed as a percentage of the total species captures, and the mean body mass.
I tested with ANOVA the relationship between strata use and body size for a possible correlation of guilds: nectarivores, frugivores, Piper-Solanum bats, large and small fig-eating bats; and genera: Carollia, large and small Artibeus, categories Sall and Lehman Results Species Temporal Abundance A total of individuals belonging to 32 species of plant-visiting bats were captured from the individuals and 53 species recorded during this study Chapter 3.
The cloud forest had equal or more species of plant-visiting bats in the two guilds Appendix 2, Chapter 3. Species abundance in nectarivorous and frugivorous bats varied over time.
Most species of lowland and cloud forest plant-visiting bats had their peaks in abundance during the early rainy season or during the late rainy season Figures , The lowland and cloud forest species of nectarivorous bats had similar seasonal trends in abundance.
Both lowland G. Glossophaga had a peak in May and was mostly absent during the late rainy season Figure The four lowland Piper- 78 Solanum bats differed in their seasonal abundance.
I captured more individuals of the superabundant large fig-eating bat A. Among cloud forest Piper-Solanum bats, I captured more S. Within S.
Carollia perspicillata was only present in the cloud forest from August-October with its peak in August Figure Four species of small cloud forest fig-eating bats, A.
They had peaks in abundance on March, June, and August for A. Artibeus phaeotis was mainly present in the cloud forest during the late rainy season Figure The other two large frugivorous bats, A.
The peaks in abundance for Platyrrhinus vittatus was on June and October, for A. Bats Vertical Stratification Lowland plant-visiting bats clearly differentiated in their preference for a forest stratum Chapters 2, 3, Appendix B.
The lowland nectarivorous bat and three species of Carollia were captured more frequently in the understory than in the canopy G's - 7.
Canopy captures, expressed as percentage, of nectar- and Piper-eating bats G. For small fig-eating bats A. Bats Vertical Stratification by Season Some species of plant-visiting bats seasonally switched their foraging activity from one stratum to another, estimated as a seasonal change in the proportion of strata use Tables , , Figures , , , , , , Appendix B.
The lowland G. All lowland species of Carollia maintained their understory foraging behavior, but C. Temporal variation in species abundance measured as monthly bats captured per net hour of lowland and cloud forest nectarivorous a and cloud forest b and lowland c Piper-Solanum frugivorous bats.
Each monthly point represents a 3-year mean, except for June and cloud forest C. Species are Glossophaga soricina G. Temporal variation in species abundance measured as monthly bats captured per net hour of cloud forest a large and b small fig-eating bats, and c lowland fig-eating bats.
Species are Platyrrhinus vittatus P. Distribution of log10 body massesin greats g of nectarivorous bats by percentage of canopy use captures in the cloud forest.
Species are Glossophaga commissarisi, Glossophaga soricina, Hylonycteris underwoodi, Lonchophylla mordax, Lonchophylla robusta, Anoura geoffroyi, and Anoura cultrata.
Distribution of logo of body mass in grams g of frugivorous bats by percentage of canopy use captures in the lowland forest. Species are Carollia: C.
Distribution of log10 of body mass in grams g of frugivorous bats by percentage of canopy use captures in the cloud forest at Fortuna.
Lowland small Artibeus maintained their canopy behavior during the year although A. All lowland large frugivorous bats, Artibeus, were captured mainly in the canopy but only the large sample size of A.
Among cloud forest Piper-Solanum bats, the abundant S. The other abundant species, S. Proportion of canopy to understory bat captures by season for lowland nectarivorous and frugivorous bats.
Proportions were calculated from 3 yearmean seasonal values of species abundance-. Temporal and vertical activity of a lowland Glossophaga soricina and a cloud forest Hylonycteris underwoodi nectarivorous bat.
Species abundance measured as monthly bats captured per net hour in the forest understory and canopy. Each monthly bar represents a 3-year mean, except for June which is a 2-year mean.
Early Rainy 7 mIU 0. Temporal and vertical differentiation of lowland Piper-Solanum bats, genera Carollia and Sturnira. Each monthly point represents a 3-year mean, except for June which is a 2-year mean.
Temporal and vertical differentiation of lowland small fig-eating bats, genus Artibeus. Temporal and vertical activity of the large fig-eating bat, Artibeus jamaicensis in a lowland forest.
Each monthly bar represents a 3-year mean, except for June which is 2-year mean. Temporal and vertical differentiation of cloud forest Piper-Solanum bats, genera Carollia and Sturnira.
Each bar represents a 3-year mean, except for June and C. I deeply thank my research supervisors in Panama, Dr.
Charles O. Eustorgio Mendez for his support and for being a constant source of inspiration. I also thank the diplomat student Sabine Muller Universitat Tubingen for collaborating on the acoustic bat inventory and for helping with the mist netting.
Carrion de Samudio for moral support and help during the planning, field, and writing stages; and to Rogelio Samudio for helping me get additional funds for the study.
This study compared temporal and spatial bat diversity and ecology patterns between a lowland forest and a cloud forest in western Pacific Panama.
Some bat species departed from the male to female proportion in both forests, whereas other species varied the sex ratio PAGE 9 with forest type and season.
To fill the gap in bat ecological 1 PAGE 11 2 theory, it is necessary to gather new data from standardized, long-term studies that integrate a variety of inventory methods Kalko The objective of this work is to examine how the diversity and ecological patterns of two bat communities in western Pacific Panama a lowland forest and a cloud forest vary spatially and temporally.
Studies showed that bat species richness in the Neotropics increases with rainfall and vegetation complexity in lowland forest, but decreases with elevation Koopman , Graham , Fleming a, Munoz , , Patterson et al.
In Chapter 2, 1 examine PAGE 12 3 the influence of season and forest type on the bat vertical stratification and adult sex ratio in these two communities by concentrating the analysis on the most common species of nectarivorous and frugivorous bats.
Additionally, these studies showed that bat species, especially frugivores, seasonally fluctuate in their populations and switch PAGE 13 4 strata, suggesting that these patterns can be widespread among bats and can operate as a mechanism of coexistence.
In Chapter 4, 1 investigated the extent to which nectarivorous and frugivorous bat species differentiate in vertical and temporal components.
I mainly focused on species of the highly diverse and abundant bat genera: Artibeus, Stumira, and Carollia. Bats have been considered good indicators of forest conditions because of 5 PAGE 15 6 their sensibility to forest disturbance Johns et al.
In Panama, the understory bat C. This was accomplished by concentrating on the most common species of nectarivorous and frugivorous bats PAGE 16 7 captured in these forests.
The reserve ranges in elevation from m Diaz , but the study site spans an elevational range of m. It shows a montane oceanic climate McKay based on De Martonne , with mean annual ambient temperature of 19 2 C and annual rainfall of mm Cavelier , McKay Both study sites are important for conserving biodiversity and establishing biological corridors in Panama.
Batipa is the second-largest remaining fragment of lowland forest in Chiriquf Tovar , and Fortuna is one of the best-preserved mountain forests in Panama Diaz Total sampling involved mist net hours mnh during nights lowlands mnh during nights, cloud forest mnh during 1 10 nights.
PAGE 22 13 tension, habitat structure, differences in vertical movements and the proportion of time spent within the 2-m sampling zone, differences in flight distance, the ability of bats to detect the presence of nets, and differences in flight frequency MacArthur and MacArthur , Karr , Kunz and Kurta Rainfall and Temperature Records I obtained local records of rainfall and temperature data from the Empresa de Transmision Electrica S.
I have 4 years of records for annual and monthly rainfall from the cloud forest m and from Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias 35 m , which is 20 km from the study site in the lowlands.
The records for ambient temperature TJ include 4 years of annual and monthly means, maximal 7jnax , and minimal 7 a min temperatures from FCA in the lowlands and the cloud forest.
In , 1 established two 20 x 50 m 0. I measured the diameter at breast height DBH , stem diameter at 1.
A Kruskal-Wallis test was used to evaluate differences in this index over years, across seasons, and between strata and forests for the most abundant nectarivores and frugivores Sail and Lehman A heterogeneity G 2 goodness-of-fit test was used to determine differences in strata preference among seasons and differences in sex ratio according to season and strata.
I compared annual rainfall using G 2 goodness-of-fit test and mean monthly precipitation and T, T a max, and Train between sites using a f-test.
Mean solid bars and standard deviation of monthly rainfall in millimeters mm for meteorological stations in a cloud forest Fortuna and a lowland site Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias with the elevations expressed in meters m.
PAGE 28 19 Table Artibeus jamaicensis differed with forest type in the frequency use of strata. Carollia perspicillata has been reported in lowland Panama and Costa Rica with an adult sex ratio of Fleming , Thies , Stoner , this study , but this species in the cloud forest had a femalebiased sex ratio.
Artibeus jamaicensis, also with some degree of migratory behavior Chapter 4 , had a male biased sex ratio, which differed from its lowland population.
In Costa Rican dry forests this species also has a period with more males, but it occurs during the dry season or PAGE 37 28 early rainy season Fleming , Stoner They play important roles as pollinators, 29 PAGE 39 30 seed dispersers, and predators of invertebrates and small vertebrates Humphrey and Bonaccorso , Findley , Kalko and occupy many forest types Humphrey and Bonaccorso , Fleming , Willig and Mares Considering the role of the forest canopy in plant and animal ecology is necessary when estimating species diversity and the mechanisms that underlie it Lowman and Nadkami , DeVries et al.
PAGE 40 31 I conducted a 3. This long-term study is the first in Panama to examine the bat diversity outside of the Canal Area in Panama and to sample canopy bats in a mid-elevation Neotropical cloud forest.
Finally, I compare lowland and midelevation sites from Panama, Central America, and South America, and discuss whether patterns previously observed in bat community studies are observed at the two Panamanian bat communities I studied.
The reserve ranges in elevation from to m Dfaz , but the study site spans an elevation range of m. Species abundance number of individuals per species distribution was analyzed first as the species abundance frequency distribution, in which the number of species were plotted against the log 2 of abundance Preston , Magurran , Hubbell PAGE 44 35 Second, it was analyzed as the dominance-diversity curve distribution species rankabundance in which species were ranked according to their abundance on a log 10 arithmetic scale Whittaker Community similarity or beta 3 diversity was calculated with two measures: Sorensen index C s and Sorensen quantitative index C N.
The former measures only species presence-absence taxonomy and takes no account of the abundance of species, whereas the other measures both species presence-absence and abundance function Magurran PAGE 45 36 All equations used to calculate the a-, 3-, and similarity indexes can be found in Magurran and Krebs When the distribution of data was not normal I used the Kruskal-Wallis analysis of variance Shapiro and Wilk , or when the means had unequal variance I used the Welch ANOVA Sail and Lehman to test for seasonal differences in species richness and abundance.
Food habit classification PAGE 46 37 refers to the main food consumed by a species. Acoustic monitoring was done for 72 hrs during 12 nights at each site Muller I found no differences between forests in the species richness within bat families.
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Search Advanced Search. Prev issue Next issue Browse issues. Prev page Next page Browse pages.Welcome! We are so pleased that you want to teach your children to sing using solfa (also known as solfège). It is a skill they will use for the rest of their lives. Välkommen till Solf Byaråds hemsida! Visste du att det är Solf byaråd som två gånger per år ger ut Solfbladet? Det är också vi som står bakom Julöppningen i Solf och lägger upp julstjärnorna i byn. Solf's Moderne Spielstätten, Rochusstraße , Bonn-Duisdorf, Fußgängerzone Solf's Moderne Spielstätten, Hans-Böckler-Straße 5, Bonn-Beuel Playland. Wilhelm Solf — () Signatur Wilhelm Solfs Wilhelm Heinrich Solf (* Deutsch Wikipedia. Wilhelm Levison — (* Mai in Düsseldorf; † Januar in Durham) war ein deutscher Historiker. Wilhelm Levison lehrte als Professor für Geschichte an der Universität Bonn. Christine Bonn och Tom Kecklund har medverkat som sakkunniga. Den utsedda arbetsgruppen inledde sitt arbete i februari med att fastslå riktlinjerna för projektverksamheten. Kjell Herberts. Tämän lisäksi alueelta löytyi kauppapuutarhoja, kasvihuoneita ja turkistarhoja, joista muutamia on yhä jäljellä. Tavoitteet ja kehitysalueet Kylän kehityssuunnitelman tarkoitus on aktiivisesti vaikuttaa ja edistää Sulvan kehitystä eläväksi tulevaisuuden maaseuduksi. Offentliggjort i Apenrader Kreisblatt, formodentlig den Slotv Inom tillverkningsindustrin finns endast 18 arbetsplatser. Bei uns finden Sie die größte Auswahl an aktuellen Unterhaltungs- und Spielautomaten in der Region Köln/Bonn/Rhein-Sieg. Wir präsentieren ständig die. Automaten Solf bringt über 50 Jahre Erfahrung rund um den Bereich 'Unterhaltung' mit. Wir betreiben eigene, hochmoderne Spielstätten und betreuen mit. Wir, die Solf´s Spielstätten, freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch! Wir bieten Spiel, Spaß, Service und Unterhaltung auf höchstem Niveau! Wir sind Ihr Treffpun. Heute geöffnet? ❌ÖFFNUNGSZEITEN von „Spielothek Solf´s“ in Bonn ➤ Öffnungszeiten heute ☎ Telefonnummer ✅ Kontaktdaten ✅ Anfahrt ☆ Bewertungen.