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Neotropical Bats from Northern Mexico   By: (1927-)

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In Neotropical Bats from Northern Mexico, author Sydney Anderson provides an insightful and comprehensive study that sheds light on the fascinating world of bats in the region. Anderson's meticulous research and attention to detail are evident throughout the book, making it a valuable resource for both experts in the field and casual readers with an interest in these elusive creatures.

One of the book's notable strengths lies in its organization. Anderson presents the information in a clear and logical manner, dividing the content into different chapters that cover topics ranging from bat anatomy and physiology to their ecological significance in the region. Readers will appreciate how each chapter builds upon the previous one, creating a cohesive narrative that makes it easy to follow along.

Furthermore, the author's writing style is engaging and accessible, making the complex subject matter approachable for a wide audience. Anderson strikes a fine balance between scientific accuracy and readability, ensuring that readers from various backgrounds can grasp the concepts being discussed without feeling overwhelmed by jargon or technical language.

A key highlight of the book is Anderson's inclusion of stunning visuals. The vibrant photographs and detailed illustrations provide a visual feast that complements the text splendidly. Not only do they enhance the reader's understanding of the subject matter, but they also serve as a testament to the author's dedication in bringing the world of Neotropical bats to life.

One aspect that some readers might find challenging is the level of scientific detail presented. While it undoubtedly adds depth to the book, individuals without prior knowledge of bat biology may struggle with comprehending certain sections. However, these instances are few and far between, and the majority of the book remains accessible and engaging for a general audience.

Overall, Neotropical Bats from Northern Mexico is a captivating exploration of these often-misunderstood creatures. Sydney Anderson's passion for the subject shines through every page, transforming what could have been a dry academic study into an engaging and enlightening read. Whether you're an avid bat enthusiast or simply curious about the hidden wonders of the natural world, this book is a must-read that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the diverse and vital role bats play in our ecosystem.

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UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Volume 14, No. 1, pp. 1 8 October 24, 1960

Neotropical Bats from Western México

BY

SYDNEY ANDERSON

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAWRENCE 1960

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS, MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Editors: E. Raymond Hall, Chairman, Henry S. Fitch, Robert W. Wilson

Volume 14, No. 1, pp. 1 8 Published October 24, 1960

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Lawrence, Kansas

PRINTED IN THE STATE PRINTING PLANT TOPEKA, KANSAS 1960

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Neotropical Bats from Western México

BY

SYDNEY ANDERSON

Tropical fruit eating bats of the genus Artibeus reach their northern limits on the lowlands of the eastern and western coasts of México. Recent students have placed the species of Mexican Artibeus in two groups; one includes bats of small size and one includes bats of large size (Dalquest, 1953:61; Lukens and Davis, 1957:6; and Davis, 1958:163). Three of the small species ( A. cinereus phaeotis , A. aztecus , and A. turpis nanus ) and three of the large species ( A. hirsutus , A. jamaicensis jamaicensis , and A. lituratus palmarum ) have been reported as far north as Jalisco along the west coast. A. cinereus phaeotis and A. turpis nanus are known from as far north as southern Sinaloa, and A... Continue reading book >>




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