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2013, № 6 (155)



Emelyanova A.A, Khristenko E.A. MOBILE METHOD OF ACOUSTIC ULTRASOUND MONITORING OF CHIROPTERAN'S FAUNAThe counting of acoustic signals produced by bats in summer habitats has been carried out for the first time in Tver region along road transects. Echolocation signals, converted with an aid of bat-detector, were subsequently recorded for future deciphering of sonograms. The aforementioned method allowed to modify the bats' checklist of the region. It also helped to find out the relative number of each particular species along with their preferred habitats.Key words: chiropterans, bats, ultrasound monitoring, road transects, Tver region.

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Authors: Emelyanova A.A., Hristenko E.A.

Year: 2013


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