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Am J Anat. Abstract The reproductive biology of the female little mastiff bat Mormopterus planiceps was studied from specimens obtained throughout the year in southeast Australia, within the region occupied only by the long penile form of this species.
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Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item San Diego, Calif. This work brings together a comprehensive consideration of the reproductive biology of bats, giving an in-depth review of the literature and concepts regarding chiropteran reproduction and providing a database for future research.
Reproduction in two species of equatorial free‐tailed bats (Molossidae)
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Chiroptera -- physiology. Chauves-souris -- Reproduction. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Kwiecinski, David A. Rasweiler IV, Nilima K.