Foraging strategies, craniodental traits and interaction in the bite force of Neotropical frugivorous bats (Phyllostomidae: Stenodermatinae)

Leidy Viviana García Herrera, Leidy Azucena Ramírez Fráncel, Giovany Guevara Cardona, Gladys Reinoso Flórez, Alfonso Sánchez Hernández, Burton K. Lim & Sergio Losada Prado
1. Bats in the family Phyllostomidae exhibit great diversity in skull size and morphology that reflects the degree of resource division and ecological overlap in the group. In particular, the subfamily Stenodermatinae has high morphological diversification associated with cranial and mandibular traits that is associated with the ability to consume the full range of available fruits (soft and hard). 2. Was analyzed craniodental traits and their relationship to the bite force in 343 specimens distributed...
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