By: GD Pollak and JH Casseday
155 pages, 82 figs
A fascinating volume which investigates the structure-function relationships of the chiropteran auditory system of bats from periphery to midbrain, and shows how these adaptations have evolved from a basic mammalian auditory system. Written for zoophysiologists but valuable for all interested in echolocation in bats.
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