PS 25 - Mammals

Tuesday, August 9, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Characteristics of overwintering Brazilian free-tailed bats in central Texas
Sara P. Weaver, Texas State University; Thomas R. Simpson, Texas State University; John T. Baccus, Texas State University; Floyd W. Weckerly, Texas State University
Fluctuating social affinities of female and juvenile white-tailed deer at various time scales and impacts on disease transmission
Eric M. Schauber, Southern Illinois University; Clayton K. Nielsen, Southern Illinois University; Lene J. Kjær, Southern Illinois University; Charles Anderson, Southern Illinois University
Roost characteristics and thermal competition in bats in a high-temperature cave
Christopher W. Nicolay, University of North Carolina Asheville; Jonathan L. Horton, University of North Carolina at Asheville
Ecological and neuroanatomical correlates of mating system variation in the Taiwan field vole (Microtus kikuchii)
Amanda R. Chappell, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Yu-Teh K. Lin, National Taiwan University; Larry Young, Emory University; Loren D. Hayes, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Anthropogenic influences on macro-level mammal occupancy in the Appalachian Trail corridor
Peter L. Erb, University of Colorado at Boulder; William J. McShea, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute at the National Zoological Park; Rob Guralnick, University of Colorado at Boulder
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