Lubee has a total of 146 scientific publications (Journal articles, book chapters, theses) either published or in press. Published articles only are shown below by year.


Widmaier, E. P., and T. H. Kunz. 1993. Basal, diurnal, and stress-induced levels of glucose and glucocorticoids in captive bats. Journal of Experimental Zoology 265(5):533-540. Lubee No. 1 


Francis, C. M., E. L. P. Anthony, et al. 1994. Lactation in male fruit bats. Nature 367:691-692. Lubee No. 9

Kunz, T. H., A. Allgaier, et al. 1994. Allomaternal care helper assisted birth in the Rodrigues Fruit Bat, Pteropus rodricensis (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Journal of Zoology 232:691-700. Lubee No. 12

McNab, B. K. 1994. Resource use and the survival of land and freshwater vertebrates on oceanic islands. American Naturalist 144(4):643-660. Lubee No. 5 

Widmaier, E. P., T. L. Harmer, A. M. Sulak, and T. H. Kunz. 1994. Further characterization of the pituitary-adrenocortical responses to stress in Chiroptera. Journal of Experimental Zoology 269(5):442-449. Lubee No. 7


Balasingh, J., J. Koilraj, et al. 1995. Tent construction by the short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) in southern India. Ethology 100:210-229. Lubee No. 18

Bhat, R. H., and T. H. Kunz. 1995. Altered flower/fruit clusters of the kitul palm used as roosts by the short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Journal of Zoology (London) 235:597-604. Lubee No. 8

Heard, D. J., M. Garner, et al. 1995. Toxocaris and intestinal volulus in an island flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus), Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 26(4):550-552. Lubee No. 11

Kunz, T. H., and C. A. Diaz. 1995. Folivory in Fruit-Eating Bats, with New Evidence from Artibeus jamaicensis (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae). Biotropica 27(1):106-120. Lubee No. 25

Kunz, T. H., and A. A. Stern. 1995. Maternal investment and post-natal growth in bats. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 67:123-138. Lubee No. 38

McNab, B. K. and F. J. Bonaccorso. 1995. The energetics of Australasian swifts, frogmouths, and nightjars, Physiological Zoology 68(2):245-261. Lubee No. 2

McNab, B. and F. Bonaccorso. 1995. The energetics of pteropodid bats. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 67:111-122. Lubee No. 6


Heard, D. J., C. Beale, et al. 1996. Ketamine and ketamine: xylazine ED50 for short-term immobilization of the island flying-fox (Pteropus hypomelanus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 27(1):44-48. Lubee No. 14 

Heard, D. J., C. D. Buergelt, et al. 1996. Dilated cardiomyopathy associated with hypovitaminosis E in a captive collection of flying foxes (Pteropus spp.). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 27(2):149-157. Lubee No. 17 

Heard, D. J., L. E. Fox, et al. 1996. Ante-mortem diagnosis of myelolipoma-associated hepatomegaly in a Goeldi’s monkey (Callimico goeldii). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 27(2):266-270. Lubee No. 10 

Kunz, T. H. 1996. Obligate and opportunistic interactions of Old-World tropical bats and plants. Conservation and faunal biodiversity in Malaysia. Z. A. A. Hasan and Z. Akbar. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia: 37-65. Lubee No. 28

Stern, A.A. 1996. Growth and reproductive energetics of the greater spear-nosed bat, Phyllostomus hastatus. Boston, Boston University. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 61


Bonaccorso, F. J., and B. K. McNab. 1997. Plasticity of energetics in blossom bats (Pteropodidae) impact on distribution. Journal of Mammalogy 78:1073-1088. Lubee No. 13 

Clippinger, T. L., R. A. Bennet, et al. 1997. Clinical challenge. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 28(1):115-119. Lubee No. 27 

Comeaux, L. B. 1997. A conservation genetic study and phylogeny of three flying fox (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) species. Knoxville, University of Tennessee. Masters Dissertation. Lubee No. 106

Heard, D. J. 1997. Medical management of megachiropterans. Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine. M. E. Fowler and R.E. Miller. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co. Current Therapy 4: 344-353. Lubee No. 42 

Heard, D. J., J. L. DeYoung, et al. 1997. Comparative rectal bacterial flora of four flying fox (Pteropus sp.) species. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 28(4):471-475. Lubee No. 31 

Heard, D. J., L. Neuwirth, et al. 1997. Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection in a white-face saki (Pithecia pithecia), Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 28(2):185-188. Lubee No. 32 

Heard, D. J., and D.A. Whittier. 1997. Hematologic and plasma biochemical reference values for three flying fox species (Pteropus sp.). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 28(4):464-470. Lubee No. 30

Stern, A. A., T. H. Kunz, et al. 1997. Milk composition and lactational output in the greater spear-nosed bat, Phyllostomus hastatus, Journal of Comparative Physiology 165:389-398. Lubee No. 23 

Stern, A. A., T. H. Kunz, et al. 1997. Seasonal wing loading and the ontogeny of flight in the greater spear-nosed bat, Phyllostomus hastatus. Journal of Mammalogy 78:1199-1209. Lubee No. 24


Heard, D. J. and V. Huft. 1998. Effect of short term physical and isoflurane restraint on hematologic and plasma biochemical values in the island flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus), Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 29(1):14-17. Lubee No. 36

Newmark, J. 1998. Isolation calls of young Pteropus vampyrus facilitate mother-infant reunions (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Master’s Thesis, Boston University, Boston. Lubee No. 70

Stern, A. A. and T. H. Kunz. 1998. Intraspecific variation in postnatal growth in the greater spear-nosed bat. Journal of Mammalogy 79:755-763. Lubee No. 21 

Thompson, S. C., and J. R. Speakmann. 1998. Absorption of visible spectrum radiation by the wing membranes of living pteropodid bats, Journal of Comparative Physiology B 169:187-194. Lubee No. 54


Bonaccorso, F. 1999. The Bats of Papua New Guinea Field Guide. Conservation International Press. Lubee No. 52

Deem, S. L., D. J. Heard, et al. 1999. Cranial edema associated with a protein-losing nephropathy in a golden-mantled flying fox (Pteropus pumilus), Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 30:126-131. Lubee No. 43

Kingston, T., G. Jones, et al. 1999. Echolocation signal design in Kerivoulinae and Murininae (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Malaysia. Journal of Zoology (London) 249:359-374. Lubee No. 50

Kingston, T., A. Zubaid, et al. 1999. Variation in insect assemblages in an undisturbed Malaysian rainforest: implications for monitoring the effects of forest fragmentation. Lubee No. 55

McNab, B., and F. Bonaccorso. 1999. The metabolism of New Guinean pteropodid bats. Journal of Comparative Physiology. Lubee No. 57

McNab, B. K. and M. I. Armstrong. 1999. Sexual dimorphism and scaling of energetics in flying foxes of the genus Pteropus, Journal of Mammalogy 82:709–720. Lubee No. 40 

Ochoa-Acuna, H., and T. H. Kunz. 1999. Thermoregulatory behavior in the small island flying fox, Pteropus hypomelanus (Chiroptera : Pteropodidae), Journal of Thermal Biology 24:15-20. Lubee No. 26

Utzurrum, R. C. B. 1999. Spatio-temporal patterns in populatio and community structure of Philippine bats. Boston, Boston University. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 102


Dierenfield, E. S. and J. Seyjagat. 2000. Intake and Diet Digestibility in Three Species of Captive Pteropodid Bats. Zoo Animal Nutrition. J. Nijboer, J.-M., W. K. Hatt, A. Beynen, and U. Ganslober. Furth, Germany, Filander Verlag: 73-80 (250 pp). Lubee No. 37

Dierenfield, E.S. and J. Seyjagat. 2000. Plasma fat-soluble vitamin and mineral concentrations in relation to diet in captive Pteropodid bats. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 31(3): 315-321. Lubee No. 58

Elangovan, V., G. Marimuthu, et al. 2000. Nectar feeding behavior in the short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx (Pteropodidae). Acta Chiropterologica 2(1):1-5. Lubee No. 69

Herrera, G.L., D. LeBlanc, et al. 2000. Sugar discrimination and gustatory thresholds in captive-born frugivorous Old World Bats. Mammalia 64(2): 135-143. Lubee No. 46

Jones, D. P. and T. H. Kunz. 2000. Pteropus hypomelanus, Mammalian Species 639:1-6. Lubee No. 4

Kingston, T. 2000. Diversity, extinction risk and structure in an insectivorous bat community from Malaysia. Department of Biology. Boston, Boston University. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 104

Kingston, T., G. Jones, A. Zubaid, and T. H. Kunz. 2000. Social calls in clear-winged woolly bats (Kerivoula pellucida) from Malaysia, Bioacoustics 11:11-16. Lubee No. 51

Kingston, T., G. Jones, et al. 2000. Resource partitioning in rhinolophoid bats revisited. Oecologia 124:332-342. Lubee No. 56

Kunz, T. H., and W. Hood. 2000. Parental care and post natal growth in Chiroptera. Pp. Reproductive Biology of Bats. E. G. Crichton and P. Krutzsch. New York, Academic Press: 415-468. Lubee No. 60

Kunz, T. H., and D. P. Jones. 2000. Pteropus vampyrus. Mammalian Species 642:1-6. Lubee No. 3

McNab, B. K. 2000. The influence of body mass, climate, and distribution on the energetics of South Pacific pigeons, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 127A:309-329. Lubee No. 48

Nelson, S. 2000. Sugar concentration preference of two species of blossom bats (Syconecteris australis and Macroglossus minimus) in Papua New Guinea. Lubee No. 64

Ruby, J., P. T. Nathan, et al. 2000. Chemical composition of fruits and leaves eaten by short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx. Journal of Chemical Ecology 26(12):2825-2841. Lubee No. 65

Storz, J. F. 2000. Genetic structure and social evolution in an Old-Work tent-making bat. Boston University, Boston. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 81

Storz, J. F., J. Balasingh, et al. 2000. Dispersion and site fidelity in a tent-roosting population of the short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus sphinx) in southern India, Journal of Tropical Ecology 16:117-131. Lubee No. 45

Storz, J. F., H. R. Bhat, and T. H. Kunz. 2000. Social structure of a polygynous tent-making bat, Cynopterus sphinx (Megachiroptera), Journal of Zoology (London) 251:151-165. Lubee No. 124

Winkelmann, J. R., F. J. Bonaccorsa, et al. 2000. Home Range of the Southern Blossom bat, Syconycteris australis, in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Mammalogy 81(2):408-414. Lubee No. 53


Day, R. L., D. J. Heard, et al. 2001. The effect of time at which plasma separation occurs on biochemical values in small island flying foxes (Pteropus hypomelanus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 32(2):206-208. Lubee No. 72

DeMarco, J.H., D. J. Heard, et al. 2001. Ivermectin toxicosis after topical application administration in dog-faced fruit bats (Cynopteris brachyotis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 33(2): 147-150. Lubee No. 73

Elangovan, V., G. Marimuthu, et al. 2001. Temporal patterns of resource use by the short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx (Megachiroptera: Pteropodidae). Journal of Mammalogy 82(1):161-165. Lubee No. 66

Hodgkinson, R. 2001. The ecology of fruit bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) in Malaysian lowland dipterocarp forest, with particular reference to the spotted winged fruit bat (Balionycteris maculata, Thomas). Aberdeen, University of Aberdeen. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 85

Hood, W., T. H. Kunz, et al. 2001. Interspecific and intraspecific variation in proximate, mineral and fatty acid composition of milk in Old World fruit bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74(1):134-146. Lubee No. 15

Kingston, T., M. C. Lara, et al. 2001. Acoustic divergence in two cryptic Hipposideros species: a role for social selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 268:1381-1386. Lubee No. 67

Kingston, T., S. Gopal, et al. 2001. Spatial distribution of species in an insectivorous bat community from Malaysia: implications for conservation biology. Lubee No. 75

Mohd-Azlan, J., A. Zubaid, et al. 2001. Distribution, relative abundance, and conservation status of the large flying fox, Pteropus vampyrus, in peninsular Malaysia: a preliminary assessment. Acta Chiropterologica 3(2):149-162. Lubee No. 77

Nathan, P. T., J. Balasingh, et al. 2001. Social organization in captive short-nosed fruit bats (Cynopterus sphinx: Pteropodidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. Lubee No. 76

Storz, J. F., H. R. Bhat, et al. 2001. Genetic consequences of polygyny and social structure in an Indian fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx. II. Variance in male mating success and effective population size. Evolution 55(6):1224-1232. Lubee No. 82

Storz, J. F., H. R. Bhat, et al. 2001. Genetic consequences of polygyny and social structure in an Indian fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx. I. Inbreeding, outbreeding, and population subdivision. Evolution 55(6): 1215-1223. Lubee No. 83

Storz, J. F., J. Balasingh, et al. 2001. Clinal variation in body size and sexual dimorphism in an Indian fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 72:17-31. Lubee No. 68


Bonaccorso, F. J., J. R. Winklemann, et al. 2002. Home range of Dobsonia minor (Pteropodidae): a solitary foliage-roosting fruit bat in Papua New Guinea, Biotropica 34:127-135. Lubee No. 63

Hodgkinson, R., D. Ahmad, et al. 2002. Capturing fruit bats (Megachiroptera) in tropical forests: a modified methond for stacking mist nets. The Global Canopy Programme Handbook: Techniques of Access and Study in the Forest Roof. A. W. Mitchell, K. Secoy and T. Jackson. Oxford, Global Canopy Programme: 160-167 248 pp. Lubee No. 84

Long, E. 2002. The feeding ecology of Pteropus rufus in a remnant gallery forest surrounded by sisal plantations in southeast Madagascar. Aberdeen University. Ph. D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 87


Bonaccorso, F. and B. McNab. 2003. Standard energetics of the leaf-nosed bats (Hipposideridae): its relationship to intermittent and protracted foraging tactics in bats and birds. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171: 201-214. Lubee No. 62

Dumont, E. and A. Herrel. 2003. The effects of gape angle and bite point on bite force in bats. The Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 2117-2123. Lubee No. 125

Gupukumar, N., P. T. Nathan, et al. 2003. Early ontogeny of foraging behaviour in the short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx (Megachiroptera) preliminary results. Mammalia 67(1). Lubee No. 78

Heard, D. J. 2003. Chiroptera (Bats). Zoo and Wild Animal medicine. M. E. Fowler and R. E. Miller. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co. 5th edition: Pp. 315-333. Lubee No. 44

Hodgkison, R., S. T. Balding, et al. 2003. Roosting ecology and social organization of the spotted-winged fruit bat, Balionycteris maculata (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae), in a Malaysian lowland dipterocarp forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 19: 667-676. Lubee No. 80

Hodgkison, R., S. T. Balding, et al. 2003. Fruit bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) as seed dispersers and pollinators in a lowland Malaysian rainforest. Biotropica 35(4): 491-502. Lubee No. 90

Iudica, C. A. and F. J. Bonaccorso. 2003. Anecdotal observations of seawater ingestion by flying foxes of the genus Pteropus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Mammalia 67(3): 455-458. Lubee No. 41

Kingston, T., C. M. Francis, et al. 2003. Species richness in an insectivorous bat assemblage from Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Ecology 19: 67-79. Lubee No.59

Kingston, T., G. Jones, et al. 2003. Alternation of echolocation calls in 5 species of aerial-feeding insectivorous bats from Malaysia. Journal of Mammalogy 84(1): 205-215. Lubee No. 71

Kunz, T. H. and L. F. Lumsden. 2003. Ecology of cavity and foliage roosting bats. Bat Ecology. T. H. Kunz and M. B. Fenton. Chicago, University of Chicago Press: 3-89, 779pp. Lubee No. 103

Nelson, S. L. 2003. Ecology of Old-World Fruit Bats: A Test of the Calcium-Constraint Hypothesis. Dept of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Gainesville, University of Florida. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 105

Winkleman, J., F. Bonaccorso, et al. 2003. “Home range and territoriality in the least blossom bat, Macroglossus minimus, in Papua New Guinea.” Journal of Mammalogy 84: 561-570. Lubee No. 86


Campbell, P., C. J. Schneider, et al. 2004. Phylogeny and phylogeography of Old World fruit bats in the Cynopterus brachyotis complex. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 33: 764-781. Lubee No. 101

Helmick, K. E., D. J. Heard, et al. 2004. A pasteurella – like bacterium associated with pneumonia in captive Megachiropterans. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 35(1): 88-93. Lubee No. 49

Kunz, T. H. 2004. A practical guide for marking bats. Lubee No. 39

Lafortune, M., J. Sherman O. Canapp, et al. 2004.  A vasectomy technique for Egyptian fruit bats (Rousettus aegyptiacus). J Zoo Wildl Med 35(1): 104-106. Lubee No. 95

Peters, C., R. Isaza, et al. 2004. Vaccination of captive Egyptian fruit bats (Rousettus aegyptiacus) with monovolant inactivated rabies vaccine. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 35(1): 55-59. Lubee No. 98

Reeder, D. 2004. Baseline and stress-induced glucocorticoids during reproduction in the variable flying fox, Pteropus hypomelanus (Chriroptera: pteropodidae). Journal of Experimental Zoology 301(A): 682-690. Lubee No. 97


Campbell, P., S. CJ, et al. 2005. Comparative population structure of Cynopterus fruit bats in peninsular Malaysia and southern Thailand. Molecular Ecology 15: 27-47. Lubee No. 126

Farina, L. L., D. J. Heard, et al. 2005. Iron storage disease in captive Egyptian Fruit Bats (Rousettus aegyptiacus): relationship of blood iron parameters to hepatoc iron concentration and hepatic hisopathology. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 36(2): 212-221. Lubee No. 96

Hodgkison, R., S. T. Balding, et al. 2005. Food abundance, population dynamics, and assemblage structure of fruit bats in a lowland Malaysian rain forest. Biotropica 36: 522-533. Lubee No. 137

Nelson, S. L., S. R. Humphrey, et al. 2005. Folivory in fruit bats: Are leaves a natural calcium supplement? Journal of Chemical Ecology 31(8): 1683-1691. Lubee No. 109

Nelson, S. L., D. V. Masters, et al. 2005. Fruit choice and calcium block use by Tongan fruit bats in American Samoa. Journal of Mammalogy 86(6): 1205-1209. Lubee No. 110

Raheriarisena, M. 2005. Regime alimentaire de Pteropus rufus (Chriroptera: Pteropodidae) dans la region sub-aride du Sud de Madagascar. Revue Ecologie 60: 255- 264. Lubee No. 118

Wood, W. F., W. A.L., et al. 2005. Volitile compounds in shoulder gland secretions of males flying foxes, genus Pteropus (Pteropodidae, Chiroptera). Verlag der Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung 60(c): 779-784. Lubee No. 89


Campbell, P. 2006. Evolution and ecology of Southeast Asian fruit bats in the genus Cynopterus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Boston, Boston University. Ph.D. Dissertation. Lubee No. 100

Campbell, P., Z. Akbar, et al. 2006. Resource distribution and social structure in harem-forming species of Old World fruit bats: variations on a polygynous theme. Animal Behaviour 72: 687-698. Lubee No. 128

Campbell, P., N. M. Reid, et al. 2006. Comparative roosting ecology of Cynopterus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) fruit bats in peninsular Malaysia. Biotropica 38(6): 725-734. Lubee No. 127

Heard, D. J., M. M. Riuiz, et al. 2006. Comparison of serum and plasma for determination of blood biochemical values in Malayan flying foxes (Pteropus vampyrus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 37(3): 245-248. Lubee No. 91

Heard, D. J., J. Towles, et al. 2006. Evaluation of medetomidine/ketamin for short- term immobilization of variable flying foxes (Pteropus hypomelanus). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(1): 437-441. Lubee No. 123

Heffner, R. S., G. Koay, et al. 2006. Hearing in large (Eidolon helvum) and small (Cynopterus brachyotis) non-echolocating fruit bats. Hearing Research 221: 17-25. Lubee No. 114

Richter, H. V. and G. Cumming, S. 2006. Food availability and annual migration of the straw-coloured fruit bat (Eidolon helvum). Journal of Zoology (London) 268(1): 35-44. Lubee No. 117

Reeder, D. 2006. The hormonal and behavioral response to group formation, seasonal changes, and restraint stress in the highly social Malayan Flying Fox (Pteropus vampyrus) and the less social Little Golden-mantled Flying Fox (Pteropus pumilus). Hormones and Behavior 49: 484-500. Lubee No. 122

Reeder, D., H. Raff, et al. 2006. Characterization of pituitary-adrenocortical activity in the Malayan Flying Fox (Pteropus vampyrus). Journal of Comparative Physiology, B 176(6): 513-519. Lubee No. 129

Storz, J. F., H. R. Bhat, et al. 2006. Evolutionary dynamics of the Short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopteris sphinx (Pteropodidae): inferences from spatial scale genetic and phenotypic differences. Functional and evolutionary Ecology. A. Zubaid, G. F. McCracken and T. H. Kunz. New York, Oxford University Press: 248-268. Lubee No. 138


Campbell, P., S. CJ, et al. 2007. Morphological and ecological correlates of coexistence in Malaysian fruit bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Journal of Mammalogy 88(1): 105-118. Lubee No. 139

Emerson, J. K. and A. M. Roarki. 2007. Composition of guanao produced by frugivorous, sanguivorous, and insectivorous bats. Acta Chiropterologica 9(1): 261-267. Lubee No. 134

Gardner, A., M. S. Thompson, et al. 2007. Radiographic evaluation of cardiac size in flying fox specioes (Pteropus rodricensis, P- hypomelanus and P- vampyrus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 38(2): 192-200. Lubee No. 99

Hodgkison, R., M.Ayasse, et al. 2007. The chemical ecology of fruit bat foraging behavior, in relation to the fruit odors of two species of bat-dispersed figs (Ficus hispida and Ficus scortechinii) in the Paleotropics. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 2097-2110. Lubee No. 150

Jenkins, R. K. B., D. Andriafidison, et al. 2007. Not rare, but threatened: the endemic Madgascar flying fox Pteropus rufus in a fragmented landscape. Oryx 41(2): 263-271. Lubee No. 136

Long, E. and P. Racey. 2007. An exotic plantation crop as a keystone resource for an endemic megachiropteran, Pteropus rufus, in Madagascar. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23: 397-407. Lubee No. 92

O’Brien, J., G. F. McCracken, et al. 2007. Rodrigues fruit bats (Pteropus rodricensis, Megachiroptera: Pteropodidae) retain genetic diversity despite population declines and founder events. Conservation Genetics 8(5): 1073-1082. Lubee No. 132

Siegal-Willott, J., D. Heard, et al. 2007. Micropchip- associated leiomyosarcoma in an Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegytiacus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 38(2): 352-356. Lubee No. 140

Swartz, S. M. and K. M. Middleton. 2007. Biomechanics of the bat limb skeleton: Scaling, material properties and mechanics. Cells Tissues Organs 187: 59-84. Lubee No. 144


Heffner, R. S., G. Koay, et al. 2008. Sound localization acuity and its relation to vision in large and small fruit-eating bats: II. Non-echolocating species, Eidolon helvum and Cynopterus brachyotis. Hearing Research 241: 80-86. Lubee No. 115

Metrione, L. C., J. P. Verstegen, et al. 2008 Preliminary evaluation of deslorelin, a GnRH agonist for contraception of the captive variable flying fox Pteropus hypomelanus. Contraception 787: 336–345. Lubee No. 141

Riskin, D. K., D. J. Willis, et al. 2008. Quantifying the complexity of bat wing kinematics. Journal of Theoretical Biology 254:(604-615). Lubee No. 147

Tang, Z.-H., M. Cao, et al. 2008. Seed dispersal of Morus macroura (Moraceae) by two frugivorous bats in Xishuangbanna, SW China. Biotropica 40(1): 127-131. Lubee No. 135

Waldman, R. M., A. Song, et al. 2008. Aerodynamic behavior of compliant membranes as related to bat ?ight. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics AIAA no. 2008: 3716. Lubee No. 146


Epstein, J. H., K. J. Olival, et al. 2009. “Pteropus vampyrus, a hunted migratory species with a multinational home-range and a need for regional management.” Journal of Applied Ecology. Lubee No.153

Hubel, T. Y., N. I. Hristov, et al. 2009. Time-resolved wake structure and kinematics of bat flight. Experiments in Fluids. Lubee No. 149

Jones, K. E., S. P. Mickleburgh, et al. 2009. Global Overview of the conservation of island bats: importance, challenges and opportunities. Ecology, evolution and conservation of island bats. T. Fleming and P. A. Racey, Island Press. Lubee No.143

O’Brien, J., C. Mariani, et al. 2009. Multiple colonisations of the western Indian Ocean by Pteropus fruit bats (Megachiroptera: Pteropodidae): The furthest islands were colonised first. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Lubee No. 152

Riskin, D. K., J. W. Bahlman, et al. 2009. Bats go head-under-heels: The biomechanics of landing on a ceiling. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 945-953. Lubee No. 148

Smith, J. D. L. and T. R. Gregory. 2009. The genome sizes of megabats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) are remarkably constrained. Biology Letters Published Online 4 March 2009. Lubee No. 145

Walsh, A. L. and P. A. Morton. 2009. Methods to promote bat conservation, outreach, and education through science- and research-based activities. Ecological and behavioral methods for the study of bats. K. TH and S. Parsons. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press: 868-885. Lubee No.133

Wellehan, J., L. G. Green, et al. 2009. Detection of specific antibody responses to vaccination in variable flying foxes (Pteropus hypomelanus). Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 32: 379-394. Lubee No. 130


Heffner, R.S., Koay, GHeffner, H.E.  Use of binaural cues for sound localization in large and small non-echolocating bats: Eidolon helvum and Cynopterus brachyotis.  J Acoust Soc Am. 2010 Jun;127(6):3837-45.  Lubee No.116

Kepler, T.B., Sample, C., Hudak, K., Roach, J., Haines, A., Walsh, A., Ramsburg, E.A.  Chiropteran types I and II interferon genes inferred from genome sequencing traces by a statistical gene-family assembler.  BMC Genomics.2010 Jul 21;11:444.  Lubee No.157

Kunz, T.H., Nadolny, L., Hood, W.R.  2010.  Reproductive patterns and parental care in the megachiroptera.  Bats in Captivity Volume 2:  Aspects of Rehabilitation.  S. Barnard.  Logos Press. 43-56 Lubee No.111

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