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Journal Article (Refereed)
June 2011

Accounting for detectability improves estimates of species richness in tropical bat surveys

Meyer, C & Aguiar, L M S & Aguirre, L F & Baumgarten, J & Clarke, F M & Coisson, J & Estrada-Villegas, S & Fahr, J & Faria, D & Furey, N & Henry, M & Hodgkison, R & Jenkins, R K B & Jung, K G & Kingston, T & Kunz, T H & Gonzalez, M C M & Moya, I & Patterson, B P & Pons, J & Racey, P A & Rex, K & Sampaio, E M & Solari, S & Stoner, K E & Voigt, C C & Staden, D V & Weise, C D & Kalko, E K V 2011, 'Accounting for detectability improves estimates of species richness in tropical bat surveys', Journal of Applied Ecology, 48, pp.777-787.

Authors

SEEK Members

External Authors

Christa D. Weise

Elisabeth K. V. Kalko

Christian C. Voigt

Dietrich von Staden

Jean-Francois Coisson

Sergio Estrada-Villegas

Jakob Fahr

Deborah Faria

Ludmilla M. S. Aguiar

Luis F. Aguirre

Julio Baumgarten

Frank M. Clarke

Tigga Kingston

Kirsten G. Jung

M. Cristina MacSwiney Gonzalez

Thomas H. Kunz

Mickael Henry

Neil Furey

Richard K. B. Jenkins

Robert Hodgkison

Erica M. Sampaio

Katja Rex

Kathryn E. Stoner

Sergio Solari

Bruce P. Patterson

Isabel Moya

Paul A. Racey

Jean-Marc Pons

Publication Details

Journal Name
Journal of Applied Ecology

Volume
48

Pagination
777-787.