The whole circumstance has lately been doubted in England; I was therefore fortunate in being present when one (Desmodus
d'orbignyi, Wat.) was actually caught on a horse's back.
Postnatal cranial ontogeny of the common vampire bat Desmodus
rotundus (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae).
Antibodies against Toxoplasma gondii in bats (Desmodus
rotundus) captured near caves in cities from western region of Santa Catarina State, Brazil.
In fact, crawling bat species (Phyllostomidae: Desmodus
rotundus andDiaemus youngi) extend their knee joints in the caudal direction when crawling forward (Altenbach, 1919; Schutt et al., 1999; Riskin et al., 2005).
The researchers compared the genome of the common vampire bat, scientific name Desmodus
rotundus, to genomes of bat species that eat nectar, fruit, insects and meat.
rotundus -- engineered those changes, Mendoza and a 30-strong team of scientists sequenced its genome and microbiome.
Bhatnagar, "Ultrastructure of the pineal body of the common vampire bat, Desmodus
rotundus," The American Journal of Anatomy, vol.
A caverna Sobradinho abrigava uma riqueza de oito especies: Peropteryx macrotis, Desmodus
rotundus, Anoura geoffroyi, Trachops cirrhosus, Carollia perspicillata, Natalus macrourus, Pteronotus personatus e Pteronotus gymnonotus (Tabela 1).
In South America, the hematophagous bats Desmodus
rotundus are the main reservoirs and sources of RABV for livestock (ARELLANO-SOTA, 1988).
However, bats have a dark side because they are known as vectors involved in zoonoses such as the rabies, transmitted by the hematophagous bat, Desmodus
rotundus, and the alphavirus's encephalitis (1).
The common vampire bat, Desmodus
rotundus, has emerged as the principal RABV reservoir host along the species natural range from Mexico to South America.
rodricensis), sanguivorous (Desmodus
rotundus), and insectivorous (Tadarida brasiliensis) bats.