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- Alex Junior Souza de Souza; Andreza Pinheiro Malheiros; Max Moreira Alves; André Antônio Corrêa das Chagas; Lilian Rose Marques de Sá; Manoel do Carmo Pereira Soares
- Parasitology international 2019 v.70 pp. 46-50
- Cestoda; Molossus; frugivores; genes; histopathology; hosts; larvae; liver; phylogeny; ribosomal DNA; tapeworms; Amazonia; Brazil
- ... We describe a case of microscopic liver lesion caused by larval cestode in a frugivorous bat (Molossus molossus) from the Western Brazilian Amazon. Histopathological analysis of liver indicated the occurrence of metacestode associated with multifocal histiocytic response and the phylogenetic analysis of Cox-I and 18S rDNA genes indicated that the parasite belonged to the family Paruterinidae. This ...
- M.M. Marinello; E. Bernard
- Canadian journal of zoology 2014 v.92 no.2 pp. 141-147
- Molossus; evolution; fauna; flight; frugivores; habitat preferences; insectivores; nectar feeding; prediction; qualitative analysis; tropics; Amazonia
- ... Wing morphology has a direct influence on the flight manoeuvrability, agility, and speed of bats. Studies addressing the relationship between bat wing morphology and ecology are biased towards Old World species and few of them have addressed the ecologically rich Amazonian bat fauna. We quantitatively and qualitatively characterized the wing shape of 51 bat species found in the Brazilian Amazonia ...