About Ashlyn Kildow


About the Project

Title Differences in Size, Using Skulls, Between Males and Females in the White-Lined Broad-Nosed Bat

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Mentor Dr. Richard Stevens
Natural Resources Management, Texas Tech University

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  • This could also help future researchers in specimen identification, great job!

  • Hi, Ashlyn! 

    I understand you have not quite gotten to your end results yet for this species. Are there any known bat species that show signs of sexual dimorphism?

  • What lead you to use the size of the skull of the bats to identify males from females?

  • This is a really cool (and adorable) study! Are you planning to document sexual dimorphism in any other species in the west Texas area? 

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