Drobní savci Přírodního parku Prokopské a Dalejské údolí, Praha (Eulipotyphla, Chiroptera, Rodentia) [Small mammals of the Prokopské and Dalejské údolí Nature Park, Prague, Czech Republic (Eulipotyphla, Chiroptera, Rodentia)]

Stránky 65–81
Citace ANDĚRA, Miloš a Petr, BENDA. Drobní savci Přírodního parku Prokopské a Dalejské údolí, Praha (Eulipotyphla, Chiroptera, Rodentia) [Small mammals of the Prokopské and Dalejské údolí Nature Park, Prague, Czech Republic (Eulipotyphla, Chiroptera, Rodentia)]. Lynx, nová série. Praha: Národní muzeum, 2010, 41(1), 65–81. DOI: https://doi.org/. ISSN 0024-7774 (print), 1804-6460 (online). Dostupné také z: https://publikace.nm.cz/periodicke-publikace/lnsr/41-1/drobni-savci-prirodniho-parku-prokopske-a-dalejske-udoli-praha-eulipotyphla-chiroptera-rodentia-small-mammals-of-the-prokopske-and-dalejske-udoli-nature-park-prague-czech-republic-eulipotyphla-chiroptera-rodentia
Lynx, nová série | 2010/41/1

The paper gathers up the results of long-time investigations on the small mammals of the Prokopské and Dalejské údolí Nature Park (SW edge of the Prague agglomeration). In all, 28 species have been found, i.e. less than a half of the total number of small mammal species found in the Czech Republic (46%). The habitats under study (shrubby formations bearing the character of forest-steppes, balks, and a brook floodplain) are inhabited by common species, the largest numbers being attained by forms showing less clear-cut habitat requirements (Sorex araneus, Apodemus sylvaticus). It is interesting to note the comparatively high percentage (up to 14.1%) of Crocidura suaveolens found in xerothermic habitats. The most interesting species in faunal respect include Neomys anomalus, Myotis emarginatus, and Pipistrellus nathusii. Seasonal changes have been evaluated in the structure of the bat community utilising a gallery in the Prokopské údolí Valley. The small mammal fauna of the study area can be described as not exceeding in any way the situation found in the periphery of the Prague agglomeration. The presence of synanthropic, predominantly eurytopic forms tends to suggest that the secondary character of the local communities is the result of long-time anthropic stress upon the area.

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