Biologie der Mausohrfledermaus Myotis myotis

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Title
Biologie der Mausohrfledermaus Myotis myotis
Alternative Title
Biology of the Mouse-eared Bat (Myotis myotis)
Author
Kolb, Anton
License
CC Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 3.0 Germany:
You are free to use, copy, distribute and transmit the work or content in unchanged form for any legal and non-commercial purpose as long as the work is attributed to the author in the manner specified by the author or licensor.
DOI
IWF Signature
C 1094
Publisher
IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date
1972
Language
German
Producer
IWF
Production Year
1970

Technical Metadata

IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, LT, 128 m ; SW, 12 min

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Abstract
Weibchenkolonien im Sommerquartier; Geburtsvorgänge mit aktiver Mithilfe des Jungen bei der Geburt, Spannen der Nabelschnur und Abnabelung; Nahrungsaufnahme vom Boden, Freßverhalten; Schwimmen und Aufflug vom Wasser; Paarbildung, Begattung und Überwinterung in gemischten Kolonien.
The film shows the most important biological characteristics of Myotis myotis in the course of one year which, at the same time, reflect those its life. A cave in the "Fraenkische Schweiz" is shown as its winter quarters, the summer quarters (i. e. the lying-in-room) being on the loft of St. Martin's Church at Bamberg. Interesting ways of acting are rendered by the proceedings of birth; it is the active assistance of a young one during parturition, the tightening of the navelstring and the act of detaching it that is unparalleled among mammals. Food intake from the soil, way of eating, swimming as well as the surprising flushing from water show some ways of living of Myotis myotis. The cycle of the year is concluded by the return into winter quarters.
Keywords
Fledermaus / Mausohrfledermaus
Mauusohrfledermaus
Großes Mausohr
Myotis myotis
Paarbildung / Mammalia
Kolonie / Mammalia
Schwimmen / Chiroptera
Nahrungsaufnahme / Chiroptera
Laufen / Chiroptera
Geburt / Chiroptera
birth / Chiroptera
walking / Chiroptera
ingestion / Chiroptera
swimming / Chiroptera
colony / Mammalia
pair formation / Mammalia
Myotis myotis
large mouse-eared bat
greater mouse-eared bat
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