Philippine Bat References

List of Published Articles, Proceedings, and Technical Reports on Philippine Bats from 2000-Present. Articles were organized according to latest (arrange in Alphabetical order)

    1. Abantas & Nuneza (2014) Species diversity of terrestrial vertebrates in Mighty Cave, Tagoloan, Lanao Del Norte, Philippines. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. 5: 122-132
    2. Achondo et al. (2014) Occurrence and Abundance of Fruit Bats in Some Conservation Areas of North Cotabato, Asian Journal of Conservation Biology 3: 3-20.
    3. Aclopen et al. (2013) Diversity of bats in Mt. Timpoong, Camiguin Island Using Harp Trapping and Mist Netting. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    4. 2016. Diversity and conservation status of chiropteran fauna on Mt. Kapayas, Tabunan and Nug-as forest in Cebu, Philippines. In Proceedings of the 25th Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Bildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    5. Alcala et al. (2004) Notes on the Population Status and Threats to the Negros Bare-backed Fruit Bat (Dobsonia chapmani Rabor) on Negros Island, Philippines.
    6. Alcala et al. (2004) Rediscovery of the Philippine barebacked bat (Dobsonia chapmani Rabor) in southwestern Negros Island, Philippines. Silliman Journal 45: 123-136.
    7. Alcazar et al. (2011) Biodiversity of Chiroptera in Selected Cebu Caves. Proceedings of the 11th Philippine Society for the Study of Nature.
    8. Alcazar et al. (2012) Cave Bats in Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape, Bohol Island Philippines. Proceedings of the 12th Meeting of the Philippine Society for the Study of Nature.
    9. Alvarez et al. (2015) Bat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) from Mount Makiling, Luzon Island: new host and distribution records, with a checklist of species found in the Philippines. Check List 11: 1509.
    10. Alviola (2000) The Distribution and Ecology of Bats in Polillo Islands, Philippines. In Wildlife and Conservation in the Polillo Islands. (Online report)
    11. Alviola et al. (2015) Cave-Dwelling Bats of Marinduque Island, Philippines. Museum Publications in Natural History 4: 1-17.
    12. Amarga et al. (2015) Checklist of ectoparasitic arthropods among cave-dwelling bats from Marinduque Island, Philippines. Check List 13: 20-29.
    13. Amarga et al. (2017) Search for the blind vampire: First record of Eoctenes Kirkaldy in Southern Luzon, (Hemiptera: Polyctenidae), with key to the Cimicoidea, ectoparasitic on bats in the Philippines. Halteres 8: 25-29
    14. Arguin et al. (2002) Serologic evidence of Lyssavirus infections among bats, the Philippines. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 8:258-262.
    15. Austria et al. (2009) Participatory Mapping of the Natural Domain and Ecological and Hydrologic Survey in Selected Communities of Tinglayan, Kalinga. The Rufford Small Grants Foundation, Report. 30 April 2009.
    16. Balbas et al. (2014) Filipinos for flying foxes: engaging local stakeholders in flying fox conservation in northeast Luzon. Proceedings of the 23rd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    17. Balete (2010) Food and roosting habits of the lesser false vampire bat, Megaderma spasma (Chiroptera: Megadermatidae), in a Philippine lowland forest. Asia Life 4: 111-129.
    18. Balete et al. (2006) The Mammals of Mt. Irid, Southern Sierra Madre, Luzon Island, Philippines. National Museum of the Philippines: Journal of Natural History
    19. Bastian et al. (20020 Evolutionary Relationships of Flying Foxes (Genus Pteropus) in the Philippines Inferred From DNA Sequences of Cytochrome b Gene. Biochemical Genetics 40:101-116.
    20. Bendoy et al. (2003) Survey of the bat fauna of the University of the Philippines (UP) Arboretum.
    21. Borres et al. (2014) Diversity, Abundance and Roosting Preferences of Bats in the Caves of Barangay Lower Itil, Balabagan, Lanao del Sur, Philippines. Proceedings of the 23rd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    22. Broad & Oliveros (2005) Biodiversity and conservation priority setting in the Babuyan Islands, Philippines. Sylvatrop 15: 35-64.
    23. Cabuquit et al. (2013) Tungtong River Microbats: Testing a harp trap. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    24. Cariño (2004) Studies of fruit bats on Negros Island, Philippines. Silliman Journal 45:137-159.
    25. Cariño et al. (2006) An ethnobiological survey of wildlife hunters on Negros Island, Philippines.” Report to Bristol, Clifton & West of England Zoological Society (BCWEZS, Bristol Zoo Gardens) and Fauna & Flora International – Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Programme.
    26. Carpenter et al. (2014) Photographic estimation of roosting density of Geoffroys Rousette Fruit Bat Rousettus amplexicaudatus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) at Monfort Bat Cave, Philippines. Journal of Threatened Taxa 6: 5838-5844.
    27. Cayunada et al. (2004) Roosting Behavior and Roost Site Characterization of Pteropus vampyrus in Malagos Watershed, Davao City. Agham Mindanao 2: 61-72
    28. Conservation International (2008) Estimation of the Total Economic Value of the Proposed Mt. Mantalingahan Protected Landscape.
    29. Curio et al. (2002) Vegetarian vampires – fruit bats gardening the rainforest. Rubin [Journal of Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany] 12:56-61.
    30. Deligero et al. (2016) Forest bat diversity, abundance and habitat selection in Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park, Negros Island. Proceedings of the 25th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    31. Delpopolo et al. (2014) Parturition in Geoffroy’s Rousette Fruit Bat Rousettus amplexicaudatus Geoffroy, 1810 (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) in the Philippines. Journal of Threatened Taxa 6: 6502–6514
    32. Doble et al. (2015) Using Bats in Conserving Threatened Limestone Forest of Southwestern Negros Key Biodiversity Area. Proceedings of the 24th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    33. Duya et al. (2007) Report on a survey of mammals of the Sierra Madre Range, Luzon Island, Philippines. BANWA Archives 4: 41-68.
    34. Duya et al. (2013) Faunal Diversity of the Pantabangan-Carranglan Watershed, Nueva Ecija. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    35. Esselstyn (2007) A New Species of Stripe-Faced Fruit Bat (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae: Styloctenium) from the Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy 88:951-95.
    36. Esselstyn et al. (2004) The mammals of Palawan, Island. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 117: 271-302.
    37. Esselstyn et al. (2008) A New Species of Desmalopex (Pteropodidae) from the Philippines, with a Phylogenetic Analysis of the Pteropodini. Journal of Mammalogy 89:815-825.
    38. Fain (2002) Notes on a small collection of mites (Acari) parasitic on bats in the Philippines. Acarologia 42:67-74.
    39. Fauna and Flora International (2001) ‘Extinct’ Philippine naked-backed fruit bat rediscovered on Cebu. Fauna and Flora 1-12.
    40. Galorio & Nuňeza (2011) Diet of Cave Bats in Bukidnon and Davao Oriental. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    41. Galvan (2011) Ecological Aspect of Arthropods on Cave dwelling Bats of Polillo Island, Quezon: A progress report. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    42. Gascon et al. (2013) Biodiversity assessment of Mt. Banahaw de Dolores, Philippines. Asian Journal of Biodiversity 4: 23-45.
    43. Gomez et al. (2005) Diversity and community similarity of Pteropodids and notes on insectivorous bats in the Arakan Valley Conservation Area, Mindanao. Sylvatrop 15:87-102.
    44. Gonzales et al. (2011) Are birds more important than bats in dispersing seeds? A study in a Subic dipterocarp forest. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    45. Hastriter & Bush (2013) Description of Lentistivalius philippinensis, a new species of flea (Siphonaptera, Pygiosyllomorpha, Stivalidae), and new records of Ascodipterinae (Streblidae) on bats and other small mammals from Luzon, The Philippines. ZooKeys 260: 17.
    46. Hastriter & Bush. 2014. Description of Medwayella independencia (Siphonaptera, Stivaliidae), a new species of flea from Mindanao Island, the Philippines and their phoretic mites, and miscellaneous flea records from the Malay Archipelago. ZooKeys 408: 107–123
    47. Hatta et al. (2016) Detection of Campylobacter jejuni in rectal swab samples from Rousettus amplexicaudatus in the Philippines. The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science. 78:1347.
    48. Heaney et al. (2003) Preliminary report on the mammals of Balbalasang, Kalinga Province, Luzon. Sylvatrop 13:51-62.
    49. Heaney et al. (2006) Synopsis and Biogeography of the Mammals of Camiguin Island, Philippines. Fieldiana: Zoology 106:28-48.
    50. Heaney et al. (2006) The Mammals of Mt. Kitanglad Nature Park, Mindanao, Philippines. Fieldiana: Zoology 112:1-63.
    51. Heaney et al. (2012) Nyctalus plancyi and Falsistrellus petersi (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from northern Luzon, Philippines: ecology, phylogeny, and biogeographic implications. Acta Chiropterologica 14: 265-278.
    52. Heideman &Utzurrum (2003) Seasonality and synchrony of reproduction in three species of nectarivorous Philippines bats. BMC Ecology 3:11.
    53. Helgen et al. (20070 Taxonomy and natural history of the Southeast Asian Fruit-bat genus Dyacopterus. Journal of Mammalogy 88:302-318.
    54. Ibanez (2014) Biodiversity Profiling for the Ancestral Domain of the Kulaman Manobo Dulanganat SitiosTintingan and Banate. Barangay Lagubang and Sito Bising, Barangay Midtungok, Senator Ninoy Aquino, Sultan Kudarat.Tri People Concern for Peace, Program and Devel-opment of Mindanao (TRICOM), Inc., Project Report.
    55. Ibanez et al. 2004. Conservation of threatened vertebrates at Mount Sinaka, Mindanao. Final Project Report, BP Conservation Program.
    56. Ingle (2002) Seed dispersal by Wind, Birds, and Bats between Philippine Montane Rainforest and Successional Vegetation. Oecologia 134:251-261.
    57. Iran & Quin (2011) Cave-dwelling Bats of Apolinario Cave, Brgy. Lapakan, Zamboanga City. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    58. Jakosalem et al. (2003) The Volant Mammals of Siquijor Island, Philippines. Technical Report.
    59. Jakosalem et al. (2005) Distribution and Conservation Importance of Volant Mammals in Siquijor Island, the Philippines. Philippine Scientist 42:159-170.
    60. Jayme et al. (2015) Molecular evidence of Ebola Reston virus infection in Philippine bats. Virology Journal 12: 107.
    61. Jose et al. (2012) Indigenous Knowledge and Taxonomy of Bats in Loboc Watershed Forest Reserve, Bohol, Philippines. In Biology Education for Social and Sustainable Development, 127-143. SensePublishers.
    62. Jose et al. (2015) Fluctuating Asymmetry as a Measure of Ecological Stress in Rousettus ampexicaudatus (a Fruit Bat), in Bohol, Philippines. IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation. 13:48.
    63. Jose et al. (2016) First Documentation of Chaerephon plicatus (Wrinkle-Lipped Free-tailed Bat) in Bohol Island, Philippines. Kaplag 2:____
    64. Jumao-as et al. (2017) Presence of important agro-economic fungi in common frugivorous bats from southcentral Mindanao, Philippines. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology 7: 73-81.
    65. Lacerna-Widman et al. (2008) Biodiversity utilization in a Tagbanua community in southern Palawan, Philippines. In Conservation Studies on Palawan Biodiversity, edited by Indira Dayang Lacerna-Widman, Peter Widmann, Sabine Schoppe, Deborah van den Beukel, and Merlin Espeso, 158-170. Puerto Princesa City, Philippines: Katala Foundation, Inc.
    66. Lobite et al. (2013) A Preliminary Assessment of the Chiropteran Fauna of Cagayan de Oro River, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. Asian Journal of Biodiversity. 4: 119-134.
    67. Maca-alang et al. (2014) Diversity and diurnal roosting preferences of cave-dwelling bats in Barangay Plaza and Lower Itil, Balabagan, Lanoa del Sur, Philippines. Proceedings of the 23rd Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines, San Carlos University, Cebu City, April 1–7,2014.
    68. Macasaet et al. (2011) Diversity and habitats of cave bats in Marinduque Island, Philippines. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    69. Malabanan & Ates-Camino (2011) The Reproductive Patterns of Pteropodid Species Visiting Orchards in Davao City. In Proceedings of the 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    70. Manupac et al. (2015). Diversity, Abundance and Habitat Preferences of Forest Bats in Northern Negros Natural Park, Negros Occidental. Proceedings of the 24th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    71. Mildenstein (2011) Bat population abundance assessment and monitoring. FAO Animal Production and Health Manual.
    72. Mildenstein et al. (2002) Bat Count Philippinrd. University of Montana, Missoula, USA and Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Philippines. Technical Report.
    73. Mildenstein et al. (2005) Habitat selection of endangered and endemic large flying foxes in Subic Bay, Philippines. Biological Conservation 126: 93-102.
    74. Mildenstein et al. (2014) One animal’s trash is another animal’s treasure: fecal samples as the non-invasive key to fruit bat conservation genetics. Proceedings of the 23rd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    75. Mohagan et al. (2011) Inventory and Conservation of Bats in CMU Fruit trees Plantation, Musuan, Bukidnon. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    76. Mohagan et al. (2016) Species composition and status of bats across vegetation types in Mt. Pinamantawan, Sto. Domingo, Lumintao, Quezon, Bukidnon, Philippines. Proceedings of the 25th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    77. Monteclaro & Nuneza (2015) Species diversity of fruit bats in Bega Watershed, Prosperidad, Agusan del sur, Philippines. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 6: 124-137.
    78. Mould (2012) Cave bats of the central west coast and southern section of the Northwest Panay Peninsula, Panay Island, the Philippines. Journal of Threatened Taxa 4: 2993-3028
    79. Nuñeza & Galorio (2014) Cave bat fauna of Siargao Island Protected landscape and seascape,Philippines. AES Bioflux 6:243-255.
    80. Nuñeza et al. (2006) Vertebrate faunal diversity and relevant interrelationships of critical resources in Mt. Malindang, Misamis Occidental. Biodiversity Research Programme Monograph series no. 9. SEAMEO-SEARCA, Los Banos, Laguna. Technical Report.
    81. Nuñeza et al. (2008) Faunal diversity and conservation of critical resources in Mt. Diwata. Commission on Higher Education. Technical Report
    82. Nuňeza et al. (2010) Vertebrate fauna in selected caves in Mindanao, the Philippines. Proceedings of the International Conference on Biodiversity and Climate Change, PICC, Manila, Philippines, February 1–3, 2010.
    83. Nuneza et al. (2015) Species diversity of bats in Mt. Matutum protected landscape, Philippines. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 6: 377-390
    84. O’Malley et al. (2006) The Diversity and Distribution of the Fruit Bat Fauna (Mammalia, Chiroptera, Megachiroptera) of Danjugan Island, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, Philippines (with notes Microchiroptera). Biodiversity and Conservation 15:43-56.
    85. Oliveros et al. (2004) An Avifaunal Survey of the Babuyan Islands, Northern Philippines with Notes on Mammals, Reptiles, and Amphibians. Rufford Small Grant Committee, UK and the Oriental Bird Club (OBC), and Ideawild. Technical Report.
    86. Ong et al. (2007) Wildlife Inventory of the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman and the Ateneo de Manila University Campus Diliman, Quezon City, Luzon, Philippines. Science Diliman 11: 6-20.
    87. Paguntalan & Jakosalem (2008) Conserving threatened and endemic fruit bats in isolated forest patches in Cebu (with notes on new records and rediscoveries). Silliman Journal 48: 81-94.
    88. Paguntalan et al. 2004. The Philippine Bare-Backed Fruit Bat Dobsonia chapmani Rabor, 1952: Rediscovery and Conservation Status on Cebu Island. Silliman Journal 45:113-122.
    89. Pasco et al. (2013) Species Richness of Bats in Liceo de Cagayan University, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. Advancing Biology Research 2:__.
    90. Pedregosa-Hospodarsky (2008) Developing Field Research Priorities in Negros and Panay Islands (West Visayas, Philippines), with particular reference to key threatened endemic species. Bristol Clifton and West of England Zoological Society, Fauna and, Flora International – Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Programme, Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, Inc. A Technical Report
    91. Phelps et al. (2016) Correlates of cave-roosting bat diversity as an effective tool to identify priority caves. Biological Conservation 201: 201-209.
    92. Quibod et al. (2013) Diversity of cave-dwelling bats in Samal Island, Davao del Norte. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    93. Raymundo & Caballes (2016) An Insight into Bat Hunter Behavior and Perception with Implications for the Conservation of the Critically Endangered Philippine Barebacked Fruit Bat. Journal of Ethnobiology 36: 382-394.
    94. Reginaldo & Ortua (2014) Diversity and patterns of occurrence of Bats in Adams, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Proceedings of the 23rd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    95. Reiter (2002) Differential ingestion of Ficus seeds by frugivorous bats: a first experimental test in Ptenochirus jagori (Pteropodidae). Acta Chiropterologica 4: 99-106.
    96. Relox et al. (2009) Elevational Gradation of Mammals in Tropical Forest of Mt. Hamiguitan Range, Davao Orietal. Journal of Nature Studies 8: 27-34.
    97. Relox et al. (2014) Assessment of Fruit Bats and its Food Preferences in Mt. Apo Natural Park, Kidapawan City, North Cotabato, Philippines. Journal of Environmental Science and Management 17:12-20.
    98. Relox Et al. (2017) Responses of Fruit Bats to Habitat Quantity and Quality of selected Forest Patches in Mt. Kitanglad range, Bukidnon, Philippines. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 10: 1-13.
    99. Requiroso et al. (2013) Roosting Preferences of Bats in Selected Caves of Mindanao. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    100. Rickart et al. (2013) The mammals of Mt. Natib, Bataan Province, Luzon, Philippines. National Museum of the Philippines Journal of Natural History 1: 31-44.
    101. Roberts (2006) Multiple levels of allopatric divergence in the endemic Philippine fruit bat Haplonycteris fischeri (Pteropodidae). Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 88: 329-349.
    102. Roy (2010) Ecotourism Potential of the Bacman Geothermal Production Field in Sorsogon City, Philippines. In World Geothermal Congress 2010. Bali, Indonesia: World Geothermal Congress, 2010.
    103. Sano et al. (2015) Detection of a novel herpesvirus from bats in the Philippines. Virus Genes 51: 136-139.
    104. Santos & Gonzales. 2013. Effect of seed ingestion by bats and birds on germination of Ficus spp. seeds. Proceedings of the 22nd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    105. Saulog & Garcia (2005) Population, diet and status of large flying foxes of Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro. Haribon Foundation. A Technical Report.
    106. Scheffers et al. (2012) Local demand drives a bushmeat industry in a Philippine forest preserve. Tropical Conservation Science 5:133-141.
    107. Sedlock (2002). Autecology and the conservation of insectivorous bats on Mt. Makiling, Philippines. Silliman Journal 42: 163-201.
    108. Sedlock (2011) Inventory of insectivorous bats on Mount Makiling, Philippines using echolocation call signatures and a new tunnel trap. Acta Chiropterologica 3: 163-178.
    109. Sedlock et al. (2008) Bat diversity in tropical forest and agro-pastoral habitats within a protected area in the Philippines. Acta Chiropterologica 10: 349-358.
    110. Sedlock et al. (2011) Enhanced Sampling of Bat Assemblages: A Field Test on Mount Banahaw, Luzon, Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences 2:v2:96-102.
    111. Sedlock et al. (2014) A survey of bats in a karst landscape in the central Philippines. Acta Chiropterologica 16: 197-211.
    112. Silvosa et al. (2004) Bats in the Geothermal Reservation of Mt. Apo National Park. Agham Mindanao 2: 73-82
    113. Solis & Paz (2015) Bat Fauna in Small-scale Gold Mining Area and the Surrounding Environs in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur with Notes on Bat Temporal Activity Pattern, Socio-economic Importance and their Threats. Proceedings of the 24th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    114. Stier & Mildenstein (2005) Dietary habits of the world’s largest bats: the Philippine flying foxes, Acerodon jubatus and Pteropus vampyrus lanensis. Journal of Mammalogy 86: 719-728.
    115. Tababa et al. (2012). Preliminary results of the cave bat assessment conducted at Central Negros, Philippines. LCCB Development Education Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 1: 85-99.
    116. Tamblyn et al. (2003) The bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) of the Upper Imbang-Caliban Watershed, North Negros Forest Reserve, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Silliman Journal 44: 100-116.
    117. Tamblyn et al. (2004) Second Danjugan Island Biodiversity Survey, Philippines. Coral Cay Conservation, UK. A Technical Report.
    118. Tamblyn et al. (2005) A comparative study of the habitats of the Upper Imbang-Caliban Watershed, North Negros Forest Reserve, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Negros Forest and Ecological Foundation, Inc. with Coral Cay Conservation. A Technical Report.
    119. Tanalgo & Tabora (2015) Cave-dwelling bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) and conservation concerns in South central Mindanao, Philippines, Journal of Threatened Taxa 7: 8185-8194.
    120. Tanalgo et al. (2011) Species Richness from Two Different Vegetation in North Cotabato. In Proceedings of 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. Siliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines April 11-14, 2011.
    121. Tanalgo et al. (2011) Wing Ecomorphology and Flight Performance of Bats in Pisan Caves, Kabacan, North Cotabato, Philippines, Asian Journal of Biodiversity 3: 113-125.
    122. Tanalgo et al. (2013) Bat Diversity in Selected Commercial Plantations and Protected Areas in North, Cotabato. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (WCSP) at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Musuan, Bukidnon 16-19 April 2013.
    123. Tanalgo et al. (2016) Bat-human interaction in caves of south central Mindanao, Philippines. Wildlife Biology in Practice 12: 1-14.
    124. Tanalgo et al. (2017) Preliminary study on bats in a small-scale mining site in Southcentral Mindanao. Ecological Questions 25: 85-93.
    125. Taniguchi et al. (2017) First isolation and characterization of pteropine orthoreoviruses in fruit bats in the Philippines. Archives of Virology, 1-11.
    126. Tulin et al. (2014) Relative Abundance and Local Knowledge on Bats in Pagang-Pagang Cave, Eastern Leyte. Journal of Society and Technology 4: 171-182.
    127. Tumaliuan et al. (2015) Filipinos for Flying Foxes: Awareness and Knowledge Regarding Flying Foxes in the Northern Sierra Madre Mountains. . Proceedings of the 24th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    128. Turner et al. (2003) The biodiversity of the Upper Imbang-Caliban Watershed, North Negros Forest Reserve, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Coral Cay Conservation, London. A Technical Report.
    129. Van den Beukel et al. (2008) Trapping and hunting of wildlife in Rizal, Palawan. In Conservation Studies on Palawan Biodiversity, edited by ID. Lacerna-Widmann, P. Widmann, S. Schoppe, D. Beukel, and M. Espeso, 179-187. Katala Foundation Inc., Puerto Princesa City, Philippines.
    130. Van der Aa et al. (2006) The hormonal and behavioral response to the presence and activities of humans in three co-roosting flying fox species (Acerodon jubatus, Pteropus vampyrus and hypomelanus) in Boracay and Mambukal in the Philippines. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52: 827-83.
    131. Van Weerd & Snelder (2008) Human-Altered Tree-Based Habitats and Their Value in Conserving Bird and Bat Diversity in Northeast Luzon, the Philippines. In Smallholder Tree Growing for Rural Development and Environmental Services: Lessons from Asia, edited by DJ. Snelder and RD. Lasco, 347-377. New York: Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
    132. Van Weerd et al. (2003) Flying Foxes of the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park, Northeast Luzon. In The Sierra Madre Mountain Range: Global Relevance, Local Realities, edited by J. Ploeg, AB. Masipiquena, and EC.Bernardo, 51-59.
    133. Van Weerd et al. (2010) Report on Rapid Assessment of Birds and Bats in Lowland and Montane Forest in the Municipality of Calanasan, Apayao. Mabuwaya Foundation, Municipal Government of Calanasan in Apayao, and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. A Technical Report.
    134. Van Weerd et al. (2014) The diversity and conservation of birds and bats of Calanasan, Apayao, northern Cordillera, Luzon, Philippines. Proceedings of the 23rd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    135. Villacorta et al. (2016) Population estimates and threats of flying foxes in southeastern Cebu, Philippines in 2014. Proceedings of the 25th Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    136. Villancio et al. (20140 Gastrointestinal Helminth fauna of bats in Puting Bato, Polillo. Proceedings of the 23rd Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.
    137. Vinarao & Cabauatan (2011) Morphometrics and Ecology of Order Chiroptera in Selected Caves of the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park, Luzon, Philippines. ISU-Cabagan Journal of Research 20: 1-10.
    138. Warguez et al. (2013) Diurnal roosting preferences of cave-dwelling bats in Northeastern Agusan Del Norte, Mindanao, Philippines. ELBA Bioflux 5: 103-116.
    139. Watanabe 2010. Bat Coronaviruses and Experimental Infection of Bats, the Philippines. Emerging Infectious Disease. 16: 1217-1223
    140. Watanabe et al. (2009) Detection of a new bat gammaherpesvirus in the Philippines. Virus Genes 39: 90-93.
    141. Widmann et al. 2008. Observations on the mammals of lowland forests in the Pagdanan Range and Dumaran Island, Palawan Philippines”. In Conservation Studies on Palawan Biodiversity, edited by Indira Dayang Lacerna-Widmann, Peter Widmann, Sabine Schoppe, Deborah van den Beukel, and Merlin Espeso, 2-14. Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines: Katala Foundation, Inc.
    142. Zabat & Eduardo (2011) Some ectoparasites of the common Rousette bat (Rousettus amplexicaudatus Geofroy, 1810 (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Pteropodidae)) from colonies in Batangas and Rizal, Philippines. Philippine Journal of Veterinary Medicine 48: 53-56.

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