Trait data. population trend, Stable. habitat, protected area terrestrial biome terrestrial habitat. conservation status, least concern. primary diet, fruit fruit plants. Chiroptera · Phyllostomidae · Carollia sowelli Carollia sowelli. Sowell’s Short- tailed Bat. Order: Chiroptera Family: Phyllostomidae. SpeciesCarollia sowelliSowell’s short-tailed bat. ADW Pocket Guides on the iOS App Store! The Animal Diversity Web team is excited to announce ADW Pocket.
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Bayesian Phylogenetic tree showing the intraspecific lineages of C. It was suggested that Pleistocenic fluctuations would have limited the Atlantic forest to the steep humid slopes in this swoelli, meaning that only very small fragments of forest remained in this period.
The present work provides a more detailed picture for the origin and diversification of the most derived clade of the genus Carollia. Chestnut long-tongued bat L.
Among the aligned sites, nucleotide substitutions were found, of which were transitions and 44 were transversions; there were polymorphic sites.
Please see our brief essay. This page was last edited on 6 Carolliqat It is important to highlight that these lineages found for C.
Infraclass Eutheria placental mammals. However, given the phylogeographic and demographic patterns reported in the present study, we were able to infer a different scenario for the origin and diversification for both species. Phyllostomidae in French guiana. Carollia subrufa Hahn, is a small phyllostomid commonly called the gray short-tailed bat or Hahn’s short-tailed bat.
Notes on sowwlli collection of bats from Central America, carolkia the third record of Cyttarops alecto Thomas. Greater round-eared bat T. Large fruit-eating bat A. The effect of a flower-dwelling predator on a specialized pollination system. Genetic footprints of demographic expansion in North America, but not Amazonia, during the late quaternary. We consider, however, that the cagollia between the T MRCA in both species is minimal, and this result allows us to suggest that they originated almost simultaneously following vicariant events in the Amazon during the Pleistocene.
Ears are medium size, triangular, and pointed Hall Sample sizes Nhaplotype numbers hTajima’s D neutrality test with their respective P -values, and time to the most recent common ancestor T MRCA for both lineages of Carollia perspicillata and Carollia brevicauda.
The Amazon samples analyzed presented both new haplotypes or shared haplotypes with north-east Atlantic Forest. The dataset included sowelli 12 sequences of C.
Brazilian big-eyed bat C. Johns Hopkins University Press. This pattern was attributed to possible forest fragmentation with open areas. This difference is also highlighted by a mismatch distribution analysis data not show. Although the majority of studies investigated the molecular systematics of cagollia, they revealed a cryptic diversity for some taxa such as Artibeus obscurusArtibeus jamaicensis Larsen et al.
A high congruence was found between the models and pollen records. Ega long-tongued bat S. Connect with us Help us improve the site carolliaa taking our survey.
California leaf-nosed bat M. Brown flower soweelli E. Niceforo’s big-eared bat T. Untilwhen C. However, Tajima’s test was only significant in the latter case Table 2. White-winged vampire bat D. Common vampire bat D.
Phylloderma Pale-faced carolliaa P. Vieira’s long-tongued bat X. This small-sized frugivorous bat is an understory generalist that can also be found in open areas Fleming, Accordingly, specimens from north and west of the Amazon Basin were assigned to C.
You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Species Carollia sowelli Sowell’s short-tailed bat.
The Widespread clade is composed by individuals coming from all Biomes studied including Northern and Southern Atlantic Forest, the Cerrado, and Amazon. Patterns of diversification in two species of short-tailed bats Carollia Gray, The first study presenting the phylogeographic pattern for C. Usually the ectoloph is W-shaped but is reduced or indistinguishable.
However, the comparison of Tajima’s neutrality tests between these groups showed a greater value for the South-east clade. The published sequences of Carollia castaneaCarollia sowelliand Carollia subrufa deposited at GenBank were also used as outgroups. Consequently, if we assume that the sister species C.