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Gray Sac-Winged Bat Balantiopteryx plicata
2013-06-26 13:35:58

The gray sac-winged bat (Balantiopteryx plicata), sometimes known as Peter’s sac winged bat, can be found in Mexico. Its range extends from Sonora and Baja California Sur to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and northern areas of Colombia. It prefers a habitat in open areas, like evergreen forests and can be found at elevations of up to 4,912 feet. The gray...

Pacific Sheath-tailed Bat Emballonura semicaudata
2013-01-28 14:19:38

Image Caption: Pacific Sheath-Tailed Bat (Emballonura semicaudata) (pe’ape’a). Credit: Jorge Palmeirim/Wikipedia The Pacific sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura semicaudata), also known as the Polynesian sheath-tailed bat, is a sac-winged bat that can be found in many areas, including Guam, Fiji, Somoa, Palua, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, and American Somoa. It is thought to occur in forested...

Indiana Bat Myotis sodalist
2012-10-05 08:36:41

The Indiana bat (Myotis sodalist) is a mouse-eared bat that can be found in North America. Its range primarily includes eastern and Midwestern states, but it can be found in some southern areas of the United States. During the winter, its range becomes much smaller, with most populations occurring in large clusters in only a few caves. One study conducted in 1985 suggested that an estimated...

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