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Academic & Professional Books  Mammals  Bats (Chiroptera)

Island Bats Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation

Edited By: Theodore H Fleming and Paul A Racey
549 pages, 17 colour plates, 47 halftones, 49 line drawings, 46 tables
Island Bats
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  • Island Bats ISBN: 9780226253305 Hardback Mar 2010 Usually dispatched within 5 days
Price: £69.99
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The second largest order of mammals, Chiroptera comprises more than one thousand species of bats. Because of their mobility, bats are often the only native mammals on isolated oceanic islands, where more than half of all bat species live. These island bats represent an evolutionarily distinctive and ecologically significant part of the earth's biological diversity.

"Island Bats" is the first book to focus solely on the evolution, ecology, and conservation of bats living in the world's island ecosystems. Among other topics, the contributors to this volume examine how the earth's history has affected the evolution of island bats, investigate how bat populations are affected by volcanic eruptions and hurricanes, and explore the threat of extinction from human disturbance. Geographically diverse, the volume includes studies of the islands of the Caribbean, the Western Indian Ocean, Micronesia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and New Zealand. With its wealth of information from long-term studies, "Island Bats" provides timely and valuable information about how this fauna has evolved and how it can be conserved.

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Theodore H. Fleming is professor emeritus of biology at the University of Miami. Paul A. Racey is the Regius Professor of Natural History in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Edited By: Theodore H Fleming and Paul A Racey
549 pages, 17 colour plates, 47 halftones, 49 line drawings, 46 tables
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&i;"Island Bats will be of great interest to ecologists, biogeographers, conservation biologists in general, and bat biologists in particular - especially those interested in the biology of island faunas. The new information presented in this book should stimulate the next generation of bat researchers to increase their efforts to protect and conserve these threatened faunas."&o;
- Thomas H. Kunz, editor of Bat Ecology.

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