Article URL: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0283505
Article Title: The oldest known bat skeletons and their implications for Eocene chiropteran diversification
Author Countries: The Netherlands, USA
Funding: 1) Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund of the American Museum of Natural History (TBR) https://www.amnh.org/research/richard-gilder-graduate-school/academics-and-research/fellowship-and-grant-opportunities/research-grants-and-graduate-student-exchange-fellowships/roosevelt-memorial-fund 2) Minerva Scholarship Fund (TBR) https://www.minervascholarshipfund.com 3) LUF International Study Grant (TBR) https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/scholarships/sea/luf-international-study-fund-lisf 4) Mej. Alida M. Buitendijk Grant (TBR) https://www.luf.nl/draag-bij/fonds-op-naam/wiskunde-en-natuurwetenschappen# 5) Society for Systematic Biologists mini-ARTS grant (MJ) https://www.systbio.org/mini-arts-awards.html 6) U.S. National Science Foundation (Grant No. DBI 1358465) (AMNH; NBS) https://www.nsf.gov/. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.
The oldest known bat skeletons and their implications for Eocene chiropteran diversification
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