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    • Identifying and Characterizing Roosts of Lasiurus ega and Lasiurus intermedius 

      Jimenez, P. Citlally; Skipper, Ben; Ammerman, Loren (2016-04-29)
      Previous research has demonstrated the southern yellow bat (Lasiurus ega) to roost in the dead fronds of native palms (Sabal mexicana) and non-native palms (Washingtonia robusta). Roost use by the northern yellow bat (L. ...
    • Occurrence of Eptesipox Virus in Big Brown Bats 

      Tipton, Craig; Ammerman, Loren (2016-04)
      The recently described pathogen, Eptesipox virus, was first reported in 2013 based on 6 Big Brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) taken to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Washington state. These individuals suffered from joint ...
    • PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE NORTHERN YELLOW BAT (LASIURUS INTERMEDIUS) SUBSPECIES IN TEXAS 

      Decker, Sydney; Ammerman, Loren (2016-04-29)
      Northern Yellow Bats (Lasiurus intermedius) exist in the southeastern United States and the southeastern counties of Texas along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and extend into Mexico. The northern yellow bat is made up ...