Journal article

Social organization in the bat Myotis adversus.

PD Dwyer

Science | American Association for the Advancement of Science (United States) | Published : 1970


Studies in which the Australian bat Myotis adversus was marked and recaptured showed that mature males tend to be solitary, are strongly attached to a particular site, and apparently defend home sites. Harem formation concurrent with mating has been observed, and the bond between the mother and her young extends beyond extends beyond nursing.

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