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We used sequence variation within bp of control region mitochondrial DNA mtDNA amplified from 53 lesser long-nosed bats, Leptonycteris curasoae Phyllostomidae: Glossophaginae captured at 13 locations in south-western United States and Mexico and one site in Venezuela to infer population structure and possible migration routes of this endangered nectar- and fruit-eating species. Even though many roots contained L. Three results suggest that L. We recommend analysing independent genetic data and monitoring bat visitation to roost sites during migration to confirm these postulated movements. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!

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We used sequence variation within bp of control region mitochondrial DNA mtDNA amplified from 53 lesser long-nosed bats, Leptonycteris curasoae Phyllostomidae: Glossophaginae captured at 13 locations in south-western United States and Mexico and one site in Venezuela to infer population structure and possible migration routes of this endangered nectar- and fruit-eating species. Even though many roots contained L.

Three results suggest that L. We recommend analysing independent genetic data and monitoring bat visitation to roost sites during migration to confirm these postulated movements. This site needs JavaScript to work properly.

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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract We used sequence variation within bp of control region mitochondrial DNA mtDNA amplified from 53 lesser long-nosed bats, Leptonycteris curasoae Phyllostomidae: Glossophaginae captured at 13 locations in south-western United States and Mexico and one site in Venezuela to infer population structure and possible migration routes of this endangered nectar- and fruit-eating species.

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Southern long-nosed bat

The range of Leptonycteris curasoae is from the southwest of Northern America to northern South America. The farthest north they are typically found is southern Arizona, and they have been recorded in northern Venezuela as their southernmost point Simal et al. Depending on the concentration of food resources during the year, particularly when they are becoming sparse, L. Rojas-Martinez et al. They are found in the Nearctic region and Neotropical region.

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Many species of bats secrete a wide variety of substances, frequently associated with olfactory communication. The phenology of the sebaceous patch was determined, a histological analysis of the affected area was conducted using specimens of L. The sebaceous patch was detected exclusively in male adult specimens. Individuals presenting it had a variable area of fur covered with a fatty and odoriferous substance at the level of the interscapular zone. Occurrence of the sebaceous patch was cyclical and coincided with the mating season in Venezuela and Mexico.

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The southern long-nosed bat Leptonycteris curasoae is a South American species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae. Southern long-nosed bats are of average size for leaf-nosed bats, being intermediate in size between their close relatives, the greater and lesser long-nosed bats. They have short, greyish-brown fur, with a long, narrow snout, relatively short ears, and a small, triangular nose-leaf. The species is thought to have arisen around , years ago, separating from the lesser long-nosed bats when they dispersed along a temporary corridor of semi-arid habitat connecting Mexico and South America. Southern long-nosed bats spend the day roosting in caves and abandoned mines, often shared with a number of other bat species. They are highly gregarious, with colonies numbering in the thousands of individuals.

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