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Bats in a Carpathian beech-oak forest (Central Europe): habitat use, foraging assemblages and activity patterns

Carpathian forests represent unique and well-preserved ecosystems in relatively intensively managed forests of Europe. Habitat use, foraging assemblages and activity patterns of a bat community were investigated in semi-natural beech-oak forest by monitoring echolocation calls and mist-netting at three localities during the summers of 2003 and 2004. Six different forest habitat types were studied:…