Appendix b – hibernacula: forest habitat analysis 98 appendix c – literature cited 101




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INDIANA BAT



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Belwood, J. J. 2002. Endangered bats in suburbia: observations and concerns for the future. In The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Brack, V., Jr. 1983. The non-hibernating ecology of bats in Indiana with emphasis on the endangered Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis. Ph.D. dissertation, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


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Clawson, R.L. 2002. Trends in population size and current status. Pp. 2-8 in The Indiana bat: ecology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Clawson, R. L., R. K. LaVal, M. L. LaVal, and W. Caire. 1980. Clustering behavior of hibernating Myotis sodalis in Missouri. J. Mamm. 61:245-253.


Cope, J. B., and S. R. Humphrey. 1977. Spring and autumn swarming behavior in the Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis. Journal of Mammalogy 58:93–95.


Cope, J. B., A. R. Richter, and R. S. Mills. 1974. Concentrations of the Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis, in Wayne County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 83:482–484.


Cope, J. B., A. R. Richter, and D. A. Searly. 1978. A survey of bats in the Big Blue Lake project area in Indiana. Unpublished report. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, Louisville, Kentucky.


Currie, R.R. 2002. Response to gates at hibernacula. In Kurta, A. and J. Kennedy, eds.

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Davis, W.H. 1970. Hibernation: ecology and physiological ecology. Pp. 265-300 in Biology of Bats I (W.A. Wimsatt, ed.). Academic Press, New York, xii + 406pp.


Dzurick, C., and T. Tomasi. 2005. The Effects of Various Temperatures on the Successful Hibernation of Indiana Bats. Preliminary data provided in abstract submitted to the 2006 Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri.


Frid, A., and L.M. Dill. 2002. Human-caused disturbance stimuli as a form of predation risk. Conservation Ecology 6(1):2-11.


Gardner, J.E., J.D. Garner, and J.E. Hofmann. 1991a. Summary of Myotis sodalis summer habitat studies in Illinois: with recommendations for impact assessment. Unpublished report prepared for Indiana/Gray bat Recovery Team Meeting, Columbia, Missouri, March 1991. 28p.


Gardner, J.E., J.D. Garner, and J.E. Hofmann. 1991b. Summer roost selection and roosting behavior of Myotis sodalis (Indiana bat) in Illinois. Unpublished report prepared for U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 3, Twin Cities, Minnesota. 56p.


Gardner, J. E., J. E. Hofmann, and J. D. Garner. 1996. Summer distribution of the federally endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) in Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 89:187–196.


Gardner, J. E., and E. A. Cook. 2002. Seasonal and geographic distribution and quantification of potential summer habitat. In The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Garner, J. D., and J. E. Gardner. 1992. Determination of summer distribution and habitat utilization of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) in Illinois. Unpublished report, Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign, Illinois.


Grindal, S. D., T. S. Collard, R. M. Brigham, and R. M. R. Barclay. 1992. The influence of precipitation on reproduction by Myotis bats in British Columbia. American Midland Naturalist 128:339–344.


Gumbert, M. W., J. M. O’Keefe, and J. R. MacGregor. 2002. Roost fidelity in Kentucky. In The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Gustafson, A. W. 1975. A study of the annual male reproductive cycle in a hibernating vespertilionid bat (Myotis lucifugus) with emphasis on the structure and function of the interstitial cells of Leydig. Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.


Guthrie, M. J. 1933. The reproductive cycles of some cave bats. Journal of Mammalogy 14:199-216.


Hall, J. S. 1962. A life history and taxonomic study of the Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis. Reading Public Museum and Art Gallery, Scientific Publications 12:1–68.


Hall, E.R. 1981. The mammals of North America. Vol. I. John Wiley and Sons, New York. 690pp.


Harvey, M. J. 2002. Status and ecology in the southern United States. In The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Hicks, A., and P. G. Novak. 2002. History, status, and behavior of hibernating populations in the Northeast. In The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Hicks, A. 2004. Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis): Protection and Management in New York State. Endangered Species Investigations Performance Report. Project Number W-166-E Segment 2002-2003. New York Dept. of Environmental Conservation.


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Hobson, C. S., and J. N. Holland. 1995. Post-hibernation movement and foraging habitat of a male Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), in western Virginia. Brimleyana 23:95–101.


Humphrey, S. R. 1978. Status, winter habitat, and management of the endangered Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis. Florida Scientist 41:65–76.


Humphrey, S.R., A.R. Richter, and J.B. Cope. 1977. Summer habitat and ecology of the

endangered Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis. Journal of Mammalogy 58(3):334-346.


Jackson, J.L. 2004. Effects of Wildlife Stand Improvements and Prescribed Burning on Bat and Insect Communities: Buffalo Ranger District, Ozark-St. Francis National Forest, Arkansas. M.S. Thesis, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas. 162pp.


Kath, J.A. 2005. Memoranda documenting winter Indiana bat surveys in caves and mines in Southern Illinois including the Shawnee National Forest in 2005. Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Springfield, Illinois.


Kath, J.A. 2002. An overview of hibernacula in Illinois, with emphasis on Magazine

Mine. In Kurta, A. and J. Kennedy, eds. The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species. Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Kiser, J.D., and C.L. Elliott. 1996. Foraging habitat, food habits, and roost tree characteristics of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) during autumn in Jackson County, Kentucky. Unpublished report prepared for Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Nongame Program, Frankfort, Kentucky. 65 p.


Kiser, J. D., J. R. MacGregor, H. D. Bryan, and A. Howard. 2002. Use of concrete bridges as night roosts. In The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species (A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, eds.). Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


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Forests: where we have been and where we should be going. In Kurta, A. and J. Kennedy, eds. The Indiana bat: biology and management of an endangered species. Bat Conservation International, Austin, Texas.


Kurta, A. 2004. Roosting Ecology and Behavior of Indiana Bats (Myotis sodalis) in Summer. In The Proceedings of the Indiana bat and coal mining: a technical interactive forum (K.C. Vories and A. Harrington, eds.). Office of Surface Mining, U.S. Department of the Interior, Alton, Illinois.


Kurta, A., and S. W. Murray. 2002. Philopatry and migration of banded Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis) and effects of radio transmitters. Journal of Mammalogy 83:585–589.


Kurta, A., and H. Rice. 2002. Ecology and management of the Indiana bat in Michigan. Michigan Academician 33:361–376.


Kurta, A., and J. O. Whitaker, Jr. 1998. Diet of the endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) on the northern edge of its range. American Midland Naturalist 140:280–286.


Kurta, A., G.P. Bell, K.A. Nagy, and T.H. Kunz. 1989. Water balance of free-ranging little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) during pregnancy and lactation. Cand. J. of Zoology. 67:2468-2472.


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