The SONOZOTZ project: assembling an echolocation calls library for bats in a megadiverse country

MARIA MAC SWINEY, JORGE ORTEGA, RAFAEL AVILA-FLORES, PEDRO ADRIÁN AGUILAR-RODRÍGUEZ, VERONICA ZAMORA-GUTIERREZ, Luis Gerardo Avila-Torresagatón, JORGE AYALA-BERDON, BEATRIZ BOLIVAR-CIME, MIGUEL BRIONES-SALAS, PEDRO ADRIÁN AGUILAR-RODRIGUEZ, MARTIN ALARCON-MONTANO, LUIS GERARDO AVILA-TORRESAGATON, MARTHA CHAN-NOH, MANUEL CHAVEZ-CAUICH, CUAUHTEMOC CHAVEZ, PATRICIA CORTES-CALVA, JUAN CRUZADO, JESUS CARLO CUEVAS, MELINA DEL REAL-MONROY, CYNTHIA ELIZALDE-ARELLANO, MARGARITA GARCIA-LUIS, RODRIGO GARCIA-MORALES, JOSE ANTONIO GUERRERO, ALDO A. GUEVARA-CARRIZALES, LUIS ARTURO HERNANDEZ-MIJANGOS … & ALBA Z. RODAS-MARTINEZ
Bat acoustic libraries are important tools that assemble echolocation calls to allow the comparison and discrimination to confirm species identifications. The Sonozotz project represents the first nation-wide library of bat echolocation calls for a megadiverse country. It was assembled following a standardized recording protocol that aimed to cover different recording habitats, recording techniques, and call variation inherent to individuals. The Sonozotz project included 69 species of echolocating bats, a high species richness that represents 50%...
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