Antoniya Hubancheva

Antoniya Hubancheva
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology · Research Group Acoustic and Functional Ecology

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Most bats catch nocturnal prey during active flight guided by echolocation but some species depart from this ancestral behaviour to capture ground prey using passive listening. Here, we explore the costs and benefits of these hunting transitions by combining high-resolution biologging data and DNA metabarcoding to quantify the relative contribution...
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Courtship signals may attract predators. Thus, finding a mating partner and avoiding predation are contradicting tasks with direct fitness consequences. It is unclear, however, how prey species balance the costs and benefits of those vital tasks over their lifetime. Here, we quantified how a prey species with a conspicuous courtship song, the bush-...
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Courtship signals may attract predators. Thus, finding a mating partner and avoiding predation are contradicting tasks with direct fitness consequences. It is unclear, however, how prey species balance the costs and benefits of those vital tasks over their lifetime. Here, we quantified how a prey species with a conspicuous courtship song, the bush-...
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White-Nose Disease (WND) has killed millions of hibernating bats in the US and Canada. Its causative agent, the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans was introduced to North America, but is native to Europe and Asia, where it is not associated with mass mortality. Although it is nearly impossible to eradicate an emerging wildlife disease, research on...
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Two cases of fatal myiases on bats are reported, with the first record of myiasis caused by Calliphora vicina on noctule bats in Bulgaria. Myiasis as a factor for increasing mortality of bats are discussed.
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A study on the bat fauna in the Bulgarian part of Osogovska Planina Mountain was carried out in the period May to October 2008. Bats were captured by mist-nets or observed in known and potential roosts such as caves, artificial galleries and buildings. The existing literature data was reviewed. Altogether 21 species (64% of the bat fauna in Bulgari...

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