Carollia perspicillata. Carollia perspicillata, Seba’s short-tailed bat. Photo by Merlin D. Tuttle, courtesy of Bat Conservation International. Here we provide evidence on the consumption of leaves by Carollia perspicillata in northeastern Brazil, through records of its feeding behavior. INTRODUCTION. Carollia perspicillata has proven to be a valuable laboratory model for studies in reproduction and development. We present here an overview.

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Relatively little is known about folivory in bats, which is considered an occasional item in the diet of phyllostomids. Here we provide evidence on the consumption of leaves by Carollia perspicillata in northeastern Brazil, through records of its feeding behavior carollka camera traps, during the monitoring of the Gruta da Janela cave. The analysis of 12 months of monitoring revealed folivory in 7 months.

Extra footage 1-min samples allowed us to confirm C. The record provides new insights into the diet of C.

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We also highlight the use of camera traps as an important tool to monitor bat colonies in permanent shelters. This article offers supplementary material which is provided at the end of the article. First record on the use of leaves of Solanum lycocarpum Solanaceae and fruits of Emmotum nitens Icacinacea by Platyrrhinus lineatus E. Geoffroy Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae in perspicillata Brazilian Cerrado.

Digestion of cellulose and xylan by symbiotic bacteria in the intestine of the Indian flying fox Pteropus giganteus. Hierarchical fruit selection by neotropical leaf-nosed bats Chiroptera: Feeding strategy and activity budget of the frugivorous bat Carollia perspicillata Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae in French Guiana. First record of folivory in Artibeus planirostris Phyllostomidae in the semiarid forest, Brazil. Do perrspicillata power requirements of flapping flight constrain folivory in flying animals?

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Frugivores and seed dispersal. Frugivorous and animalivorous bats Microchiroptera: Trophic structure in a large assemblage of phyllostomid bats in Panama. Interaction of pollinators and herbivores on plant fitness suggests a pathway for correlated evolution of mutualism and antagonism related traits. Suthakar Issac and M. Phytochemical analysis of selected plant leaves consumed by the folivory bats in Tirunelveli. Folivory in fruit-eating bats, with new evidence from Artibeus jamaicensis Chiroptera: Bats of the world: Green-leaf fractionation by fruit bats: Differential ingestion of fig seeds by a Neotropical bat, Platyrrhinus lineatus.

Food habits and dietary overlap in a phyllostomid bat assemblage in the Pantanal of Brazil. Folivory in fruit bats: Fig-seed predation by 2 species of Chiroderma: Folivoria e granivoria em cwrollia neotropicais.

Vasconcelos Silva and R. Frugivoria por morcegos Chiroptera: Consumption of leaves by Platyrrhinus lineatus Chiroptera, Stenodermatinae: Chemical composition of fruits and leaves eaten by short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx.

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Folivory in the giant fruit-eating bat Artibeus amplus Phyllostomidae: Diet and seed dispersal potential of the white-lined bat, Platyrrhinus lineatus E. Geoffroy,at a site in northeastern Brazil. Seed predation by the wrinkle-faced bat Centurio senex: Stable-isotope analysis of diets of short-tailed fruit bats Chiroptera: Folivory in Platyrrhinus Vampyrops lineatus.

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