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nanus larvae obtained from insects collected in the Encantado and Agua Santa regions (250 larvae per region) were individually placed in 200 mL plastic containers with the opening covered using mesh fabric affixed with hot glue.
nanus larvae build 2 types of shelters, the first comprised of leaf clusters and silk and located at the end of the branches (conical shape) and the other consisting of tree bark and silk and located on the tree trunks, particularly from the tree base to a height of 2.5 m.
nanus en el estado de Oaxaca, con base en los restos de 2 especimenes encontrados el 7 de octubre y el 1 de noviembre de 2007, durante busquedas de cadaveres, realizadas en las instalaciones de la central eolica La Venta II.
Eumops nanus no fue reportada en estudios recientes donde se analiza la riqueza actual de murcielagos del estado de Oaxaca (Garcia-Grajales y Buenrostro, 2012; Briones-Salas et al., 2013).
An observation of Cercartetus nanus in Box-Ironbark forest
One quality of these leaders that Bennis and Nanus particularly distinguished was their way of responding to failure as a learning experience.
Nanus also said that futures studies could help develop more-visionary leaders.
Century Press, 1997), Marcus Buckingham's First, Break All the Rules (Simon & Schuster, 1999), Burt Nanus' Visionory Leadership (Jossey-Bass, 1995), and Jim Collin's Good to Great (HarperCollins, 2001).
Bennis and Nanus, in their book Leaders (1985), identified skills that leaders possess.