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noctilio

(nɒkˈtɪlɪəʊ)
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any bat of the S American genus Noctilio
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Se capturaron un total de 69 murcielagos en las tres localidades de estudio, pertenecientes a ocho especies distintas: 41 (59.4 %, 41/69) Artibeus jamaicensis; seis (8.7 %, 6/69) Pteronotus parnellii; seis (8.7 %, 6/69) Noctilio leporinus; seis (8.7 %, 6/69) Chiroderma villosum; cuatro (5.8 %, 4/69) Glossophaga soricina; dos (2.9 %, 2/69) Carollia sowelli, dos (2.89 %, 2/69) Artibeus lituratus y dos (2.9 %, 2/69) Rhogeessa aeneus.
Mendez and Alvarez-Castaneda (2000) gave comparative analysis in the liver of two species of ichthyophagous bats and reported the heavy metal load as (ug/g in dry weight) 133 (Zn), 27.4 (Cu), 1.25 (Pb), 6.5 (Cd) for Myotis vivesi and 57 (Zn), 13.1 (Cu), 0.57 (Pb), 8.0 (Cd) for Noctilio leporinus.
Also, at least 24 species occurring in Balta could also be present in RLN: Rhynchonycteris naso, Saccopteryx leptura, Noctilio albiventris, Gardnerycteris crenulatum, Macrophyllum macrophyllum, Micronycteris megalotis, Trinycteris nicefori, Lophostoma brasiliense, L.
In Brazil, pine forests also are thinned to control plagues as wood wasp (Sirex noctilio F.), capuchin monkey (Sapajus nigritus Goldfulls), as well to control forest fires, contributing thus for the forest maintenance (BORDEAUX; LORENZ; DEAN, 2012; LIEBSCH et al., 2015).
An important pine pest is the pine woodwasp, Sirex noctilio Fabricius, 1793 (Hymenoptera: Siricidae).
As buscas no sotao da ESEC Aiuaba resultaram na identificacao de uma colonia de Molossus molossus (cerca de 30 individuos), Myotis lavali e Noctilio albiventris (cinco individuos foram visualizados).
A bioeconomic approach to assess the impact of an alien invasive insect on timber supply and harvesting: A case study with Sirex noctilio in eastern Canada.
Mutanga, "Discriminating the early stages of Sirex noctilio infestation using random forest and shortwave infrared (SWIR) wavelengths," International Journal of Remote Sensing, vol.