- Undergraduate School of Biological Sciences / Department of Biology
- Graduate School of Biology / Course of Biology
- Life sciences Biodiversity and systematics
- Environmental science/Agricultural science Biological resource conservation
Taxonomic status of the barbastelles (Chiroptera:Vespertilionidae: Barbastella) from the Japanese archipelago and Kunashir Island
Zoogeography of Terrestrial Mammals on Kunashiri Island: Are There Arboreal Small Mammals on this Small Boreal Island?
First record of the parti-coloured bat Vespertilio murinus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from the Ishikawa Prefecture provides insights into the migration of bats to Japan
Insights of the natural history of Pipistrellus endoi Imaizumi, 1959 from survey records in Miyagi Prefecture.
First record of the Japanese long-eared bat,Plecotus sacrimontis, in the Kyushu District, Japan, with special reference to variations in their external characters, skulls, echolocation calls and mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences
Refugia in glacial ages led to the current discontinuous distribution patterns of the dark red-backed vole Myodes rex on Hokkaido, Japan
Roost and echolocation call structure of the alashanian pipistrelle hypsugo alaschanicus: First confirmation as a resident species in Japan
First record of the frosted Myotis, Myotis pruinosus, in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan, with special reference to variations in their external character, skull and mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences
Intraspecific phylogeny and nucleotide diversity of the least shrews, the Sorex minutissimus-S. yukonicus complex, based on nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene and the control region
DNA Barcoding and Molecular Phylogeny of Drosophila lini and Its Sibling Species
Rediscovering a Specimen of Eptesicus nilssonii from Japan, which is Preserved in Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
The first record of an albino bat of Myotis macrodactylus in the Kunashiri Island
Faunal survey of bat in Kunashiri Island
New record of Hypsugo alaschanicus (Bobrinskii, 1926) from Sapporo, Hokkaido
Distribution of Bats in Horokanai, Northern Hokkaido
Vespertilio murinus Linnaeus, 1758 confirmed in Japan from morphology and mitochondrial DNA
Day roost character of three species of Myotis in Tokachi Station of National Livestock Breeding Center (NLBC), Hokkaido. Bulletin of the Asian Bat Research Institute
Bat fauna in Tsushima, Nagasaki, Japan
Mammal survey in forest habitat around Lake Chimikeppu, Hokkaido
- A filed guide to the bats of Japan
- Phylogeography of the Japanese pipistrelle (Pipistrellus abramus)
- The conservation of microbats in the Ryukyu Archipelago
- Ecology of Eastern barbastelle, Barbastella leucomelas, (Chiroptera) in Eastern Hokkaido, Japan
- Molecular Phylogeography of Japanese and East Asian Bats.
- How to distinguish between two sibling species, Myotis ikonnikovi and “Myoti gracilis”
- Phylogenetic relationships among East Asian Vespertilionid Bats based on various molecular markers.
- Phylogeography of bats in East Asia based on mitochondrial DNA sequences.
- THE ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
- SOCIETY OF EVOLUTIONARY STUDIES, JAPAN
- THE MAMMALOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
Forward to establish a conservation model for threatened bats in Hokkaido.
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