Tent use by Artibeus and Uroderma (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae) in northern Colombia


Supplementary Material

  • pdf Figs. S1 to S9
    Fig. S1: Study site at Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, Magdalena, Colombia. Fig. S2: Sabal mauritiiformis palm with a leaf modified into “umbrella” tent. Fig. S3: Three adult females of Uroderma convexum with juveniles, roosting in a Sabal mauritiiformis tent. Fig. S4: Two individuals of Uroderma convexum roosting in a Sabal mauritiiformis tent. Fig. S5: Two individuals of Uroderma convexum roosting under an unmodified coconut palm leaf. Fig. S6: Two individuals of Uroderma convexum roosting under an unmodified coconut palm leaf. Fig. S7: Unidentified individual of Vampyressina in a Sabal mauritiiformis tent. Fig. S8: Coconut palms (Cocos nucifera) where groups of Uroderma convexum were observed; group of U.convexum roosting under a pinnate tent. Fig. S9: Close up of Thecadactylus rapicauda and Uroderma convexum in the same Sabal mauritiiformis tent.
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