Artiom Bondarenco
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Hot bats: extreme thermal tolerance in a desert heat wave
A Bondarenco, G Körtner, F Geiser
Naturwissenschaften 101 (8), 679-685, 2014
392014
Torpor and activity in a free-ranging tropical bat: implications for the distribution and conservation of mammals?
F Geiser, C Stawski, A Bondarenco, CR Pavey
Naturwissenschaften 98 (5), 447, 2011
292011
Some like it cold: summer torpor by freetail bats in the Australian arid zone
A Bondarenco, G Körtner, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 183 (8), 1113-1122, 2013
202013
How to keep cool in a hot desert: torpor in two species of free-ranging bats in summer
A Bondarenco, G Körtner, F Geiser
Temperature 3 (3), 476-483, 2016
142016
Seasonal variations in distribution patterns and movements of bats in relation to habitat characteristics
A Bondarenco
SLU, Swedish Biodiversity Centre, 2009
62009
Increased lyrebird presence in a post-fire landscape
A Doty, C Stawski, J Nowack, A Bondarenco, F Geiser
Australian Journal of Zoology 63 (1), 9-11, 2015
42015
Пространственное расположение и численность позднего кожана Eptesicus serotinus (Schreber, 1774) в штольнях села Бычок (Молдова, Приднестровье)
АМ Бондаренко
Plecotus et al, 3-7, 2005
42005
Фауна рукокрылых Кицканского леса (Молдова, Приднестровье)
АМ Бондаренко
Plecotus et al, 18-24, 2006
32006
Hibernation and daily torpor in Australian and New Zealand bats: does the climate zone matter? 1
F Geiser, A Bondarenco, SE Currie, AC Doty, G Körtner, BS Law, ...
Australian Journal of Zoology, 2020
12020
Torpor and thermal energetics in Australian arid zone bats
A Bondarenco, F Geiser, G Koertner
12014
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