VOL. 68 · NO. 6 | November 2021

Articles (13)
Justin A. Welbergen, Brad Law, Paul Cooper
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 223-225, (25 November 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZOv68n6_IN
No abstract available
Libby A. Timmiss, John M. Martin, Nicholas J. Murray, Justin A. Welbergen, David Westcott, Adam McKeown, Richard T. Kingsford
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 226-233, (3 March 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20086 Open Access
KEYWORDS: Bat, fruit-bat, pollinator, conservation, threatened species, Pteropus, vegetation community, mammal
Stewart L. Macdonald, Matthew Bradford, Adam McKeown, Eric Vanderduys, Andrew Hoskins, David Westcott
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 234-253, (12 November 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20079 Open Access
KEYWORDS: species-distribution modelling, little red flying-fox, Pteropus scapulatus, roost, cAMP, Habitat preferences
Billie J. Roberts, Matthew Mo, Mike Roache, Peggy Eby
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 254-272, (1 September 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20043
KEYWORDS: camp dispersal, flying-fox, fruit bat, human–wildlife conflict, Pteropus, relocation, wildlife management
Karen L. Bell, Kathryn L. Batchelor, Matt Bradford, Adam McKeown, Stewart L. Macdonald, David Westcott
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 273-284, (28 October 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20085 Open Access
KEYWORDS: pollen, DNA metabarcoding, DNA barcoding, environmental DNA, Pteropus, nectar, Myrtaceae, plant-animal interactions, diet, foraging
Himali Udeshinie Ratnayake, Justin Arno Welbergen, Rodney van der Ree, Michael Ray Kearney
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 285-295, (26 April 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20040
KEYWORDS: extreme heat events, flying-foxes, fruit bats, fur, hair, heat budget, heat stress, Pteropus
Linda F. Lumsden, Stephen R. Griffiths, John E. Silins, Andrew F. Bennett
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 296-306, (26 May 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20072
KEYWORDS: bats, behavioural ecology, conservation, habitat fragmentation, radio telemetry, roost selection, rural landscapes, tree cavities
Lisa Cawthen, Bradley Law, Stewart C. Nicol, Sarah Munks
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 307-319, (23 June 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20027
KEYWORDS: hollow-using bat, logging, maternal, radiotracking, roost selection, sympatric, Tasmania, tree hollows, mature forest, timber production landscapes
Leroy Gonsalves, Tamara Potter, Nicholas Colman, Brad Law
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 320-331, (10 February 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20026
KEYWORDS: adits, bats, circling, grates, Miniopterus, Rhinolophus, roosting, shafts
Doug Mills
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 332-345, (25 March 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20041
KEYWORDS: cave-dwelling, Chiroptera, microbat, migration, Miniopterus, population monitoring, seasonal activity, thermal video
K. N. Armstrong, J. Broken-Brow, G. Hoye, G. Ford, M. Thomas, C. Corben
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 346-363, (15 September 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20044
KEYWORDS: threatened species, Saccolaimus, sheathtail, echolocation, bat detector, forest bat, harmonics, classification
Kyle N. Armstrong, Sylvia Clarke, Aimee Linke, Annette Scanlon, Philip Roetman, Jacqui Wilson, Alan T. Hitch, Steven C. Donnellan
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 364-381, (6 October 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20051
KEYWORDS: Anabat, bat detector, BioCollect, echolocation, database, distribution, community science, Murray–Darling Basin
Chris R. Pavey
Australian Journal of Zoology 68 (6), 382-392, (22 January 2021) https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO20047 Open Access
KEYWORDS: aerial hawking, auditory fovea, constant frequency, Doppler shift compensation, duty cycle, echolocation, gleaning, Insectivore
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