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Mount elgon bat virus: A hitherto undescribed virus from Rhinolophus hildebrandtii eloquens K. Anderson
A hitherto undescribed virus was isolated from salivary glands of a fruitbat of the speciesRhinolophus hildebrandtii eloquens (K. Andersen). Some of its properties are discussed. Of the viruses, isolated from organs of ...
The breeding biology of the fruit bat Rousettus aegyptiacus E. Geoffroy living at o degrees 22'S.
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The breeding biology of equatorial vertebrates: reproduction in the fruit bat, Eidolon helvum, at latitude 0°20′N
The African fruit bat, Eidolon helvum Kerr, is known to occur only south of the Sahara where its distribution is localized. At 0°20′ N, this bat exhibits seasonal and synchronized breeding the rhythm of which appears to ...
Delayed Implantation in an Equatorial Fruit Bat
AT Kampala, Uganda (latitude 0° 20' N.), there is an enormous roost of the fruit bat, Eidolon helvum Kerr. Numbers vary seasonally, with a maximum of about 250,000 during October-November