Mouse-eared bats

Mouse-eared bats

Order : Chiroptera
Family : Vespertilionidae
Subfamily : Vespertilioninae
Genus : Myotis


Animals in the genus Myotis

Bechstein's bat
Lesser mouse-eared bat
Geoffroy's bat
Gray myotis
Whiskered bat
Indiana bat
Facts about the genus Myotis, the mouse-eared bats

Description: The Indiana myotis is a rather nondescript small brown bat with a wingspan of approximately 240 to 265 millimeters (9.

The Fringed Myotis is colo nial and forms nursery colonies of up to hundreds of individuals.

The little brown myotis is abundant in Wind Cave National Park and throughout forested areas of the U.

The results suggest that mouse-eared bats are opportunistic predators that maximize their average rate of food intake by balancing habitat selection.

THE WESTERN LONG-EARED MYOTIS (Myotis evotis) The myotis or mouse-eared bats are a genus of small, plain, brown bats and include the most common and numerous species in the country.

The Yuma myotis is found throughout western North America, from British Columbia through Washington, Idaho, and western Montana, southern Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, West Texas and into Mexico.

This assumption is borne out by the fact that, in the vicinity of Nietoperek, only one relatively small breeding colony of mouse-eared bats is known, which returns each spring.

Variation in the color of the dorsum in the California Myotis is great.

Myotis is a CMS based on Cocoon and PostreSQL. (Full text)

You can view distribution information for thisspecies at the National Biodiversity Network Gateway back to topHabitat Greater mouse-eared bats are usually found around human settlements. (Full text)

The long-legged myotis is a forest bat species of Western North America. (Full text)

The southeastern myotis is unusual among bats of the genus Myotis as it usually gives birth to twin offspring; other Myotis usually having only one young per year. (Full text)

The cave myotis is the most abundant bat of the Edwards Plateau and hibernates in central Texas caves in winter. (Full text)

Custom Search
Play animal guess

Contact Us | ©2011 | Privacy information | Mouse-eared bats