Bats of Bukit Barisan Selatan Landscape, Sumatra, Indonesia

Latest version published by Southeast Asian Bat Conservation Research Unit on Jun 30, 2020 Southeast Asian Bat Conservation Research Unit

Bat diversity of Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park and surrounding robusta coffee farms in southwestern Sumatra, Indonesia

Data Records

The data in this occurrence resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 1,776 records.

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How to cite

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Huang J C C, Kingston T, Rustiati E L, Nusalawo M (2020): Bats of Bukit Barisan Selatan Landscape, Sumatra, Indonesia. v1.4. Southeast Asian Bat Conservation Research Unit. Dataset/Occurrence. https://cloud.gbif.org/bifa/resource?r=bifa04-24-17&v=1.4

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The publisher and rights holder of this work is Southeast Asian Bat Conservation Research Unit. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial (CC-BY-NC) 4.0 License.

GBIF Registration

This resource has been registered with GBIF, and assigned the following GBIF UUID: 20a7d0be-5166-4b11-91ca-2c535ee904e3.  Southeast Asian Bat Conservation Research Unit publishes this resource, and is itself registered in GBIF as a data publisher endorsed by U.S. Geological Survey.

Keywords

Occurrence; Observation

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Joe Chun Chia Huang
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Taiwan Forestry Research Institute No. 67, Sanyuan Street, Zhongzheng District 11529 Taipei Taiwan TW +886905395005
Tigga Kingston
Professor
Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University US
Elly Lestari Rustiati
Lecturer
University of Lampung ID
Meyner Nusalawo
Researcher
WCS-Indonesia ID

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Joe Chun Chia Huang
Visiting scholar
School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Tigga Kingston
Chair
Southeast Asian Bat Conservation and Research Unit US
Tamás Görföl
Mammal Curator
Hungarian Natural History Museum Budapest HU

Who filled in the metadata:

Joe Chun Chia Huang
Visiting scholar
School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Who else was associated with the resource:

Point Of Contact
Joe Chun-Chia Huang
Visiting scholar
School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Point Of Contact
Tigga Kingston
Chair
Southeast Asian Bat Conservation and Research Unit US
Reviewer
Gábor Csorba
Deputy Director
Hungarian Natural History Museum Budapest HU

Geographic Coverage

Bukit Barisan Selatan landscape in Lampung Province, Sumatra, Indonesia

Bounding Coordinates South West [-5.65, 103.883], North East [-4.94, 104.45]

Taxonomic Coverage

All bats were identified to species. at least 43 species, including the type of Glischropus aquilis, belonging to 20 genera of 8 families of bats (Mammalia: order Chiroptera) are reported. However, there are a few with identification uncertainty due to the restriction of taxonomy dilemma in the study area

Temporal Coverage

Formation Period 2011-2012

Project Data

With 380 species, bats make up nearly 40% of Southeast Asia’s mammal species but have received limited attention in biodiversity studies. To redress this, Southeast Asian Bat Conservation Research Unit (SEABCRU, www.seabcru.org/) developed a database for bat locality data across SE Asia. The database is a full implementation and designed to push new records to GBIF. The database has c. 40K records including cleaned and manually georeferenced GBIF records, data from literature, museums and field notes. Our prior research shows that SE Asian bat data in open-source resources are strongly biased taxonomically, spatially, and ecologically with consequences for models that underpin conservation policy. Of note is the lack of data for open-space insectivorous species that forage in non-forested habitats. Despite comprising over 30% of SE Asian bat diversity, these species are hard to record using conventional methods. However, occurrence data for these bats can be generated through acoustic sampling, but this requires a dedicated call database. In our review, call descriptions from over 40% of the 270 echolocating species have been reported in literature, but none of the recordings are accessible and many of the species occurrences attached are not published. The Hungarian Natural History Museum (HNHM, www.nhmus.hu) has recently received government support to develop the Asian Bat Call Database (ABCD). To fill current gaps in bat diversity in GBIF, we will (1) integrate the occurrence and acoustic databases to capture species occurrence data represented by acoustic recordings, (2) train researchers to assemble and format existing data following the Darwin Core standard through workshops, webinars and development of tools, (3) publish completed datasets to GBIF. We are confident that with additional support from GBIF, we could properly address the issues listed through the proposed activities and elevate the impact of GBIF network to biodiversity research in Southeast Asia

Title Implementation of acoustics to fill the gaps of bat biodiversity information for Southeast Asia
Identifier BIFA04_24
Funding GBIF-BIFA
Study Area Description This data set is one of data assembled through the BIFA04-24 Project, which covered primarily SE Asia and nearby countries, e.g. Taiwan. This particular data is focused on bats from the Bukit Barisan Selatan in the southwestern Sumatra, Indonesia

The personnel involved in the project:

Principal Investigator
Joe Chun-Chia Huang

Sampling Methods

Bats were captured using mist nets and harp traps and then released after reference calls were taken using a digital audio recorder.

Study Extent This data set is one of data assembled through the BIFA04-24 Project, which covered primarily SE Asia and nearby countries, e.g. Taiwan. This particular data is focused on bats from the Bukit Barisan Selatan in the southwestern Sumatra, Indonesia
Quality Control The data were first assembled in a standard form designed for the Asian Bat Call Database (ABCD).The contributor(s) has been trained via a workshop fund by a GBIF-BIFA grant to use controlled language for data entry. The contents and format have been reviewed by the BIFA04-24 project investigator, Dr. Joe Chun-Chia Huang, and the ABCD manager, Dr. Tamas Golfol, under the supervision of Dr. Gabor Csorba from Hungarian Natural History Museum and Dr. Tigga Kingston from Southeast Asian Bat Conservation and Research Unit. The taxonomy of the species records has been carefully reviewed by Dr. Gabor Csorba which is very experienced of bat taxonomy in Asia. After all reviews and data cleaning, the data is migrated and reformatted using Darwin Core with support from the help desk (Miss Melissa Liu) of Taibif.

Method step description:

  1. Species data were either extracted from sound files recorded from captured animals or/and capture records in the field note.

Bibliographic Citations

  1. Huang, J.C.C., Jazdzyk, E.L., Nusalawo, M., Maryanto, I., Maharadatunkamsi, Wiantoro, S. and Kingston, T., 2014. A recent bat survey reveals Bukit Barisan Selatan Landscape as a chiropteran diversity hotspot in Sumatra. Acta Chiropterologica, 16(2), pp.413-449 https://doi.org/10.3161/150811014X687369
  2. Huang, J.C.C., Rustiati, E.L., Nusalawo, M. and Kingston, T., 2019. Echolocation and roosting ecology determine sensitivity of forest‐dependent bats to coffee agriculture. Biotropica, 51(5), pp.757-768. https://doi.org/10.1111/btp.12694

Additional Metadata

Alternative Identifiers 20a7d0be-5166-4b11-91ca-2c535ee904e3
https://cloud.gbif.org/bifa/resource?r=bifa04-24-17