|About the Journal
Journal of North American Bat Research is valued by the academic, agency, NGO, and private-sector research community as a respected and trusted source for science related to all aspects of the biology, ecology, and conservation of bats, Order Chiroptera, and their habitats in North America, from Canada to Panama, and the West Indies (Bahamas, Greater Antilles, and Lesser Antilles). Manuscripts based on studies outside this region that provide information on species within the region may be considered at the Editor’s discretion.
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|Most Recent Articles ... click on hot-linked titles to view open-access abstract pages|
|Ultraviolet Light Reveals Cryptic Markings in Greater Antillean Long-tongued Bats (Monophyllus redmani) from Puerto Rico
Allen Kurta, Cara Rogers, Haley J. Gmutza, Ashley K. Wilson, Brian A. Schaetz, Olivia M. Münzer, Robin M. Kurta, and Mark Kurta
|Most Recent Notes ... click on hot-linked titles to view open-access abstract pages|
|Death on the Beach: Mass Mortality of Eastern Red Bats over Lake Michigan
Ashley K. Wilson, Allen Kurta, Thomas Kovacs, Bradford J. Westrich, Kathryn M. Benavidez Westrich, and Robin M. Kurta