Pipistrelles

Pipistrelles

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

 

Animals in the genus Pipistrellus

Common pipistrelle
Facts about the genus Pipistrellus, the pipistrelles

Scientific name: The genus name Pipistrellus is a Latinized verson of the Italian word for "bat.

pipistrellus is smooth. (Full text)

PIPISTRELLE The pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) is the smallest British bat, the span being only 20 centimetres.

Pipistrellus is a genus of bat* Origin / Latin.

Pipistrellus is one of the smallest of the eastern bats.

The Pipistrellus is the smallest member of the group, at 1/10 oz (3 gm). (Full text)

Pipistrellus is a genus of bats. (Full text)

html'); CallAdv(); CreateTd(5) Eastern Pipistrelle, Pipistrellus subflavus Scientific name: The genus name Pipistrellus is a Latinized verson of the Italian word for "bat.

pipistrelle -Pipistrellus pipistrellus- Is the most common species of Bat in Scotland, it is found throught the mainland and on most of the Islands it is brown in colour and is the smallest of the Bats with a wingspan of up to 20 centimeters.

Pipistrellus pipistrellus is no longer a singular species according to a new study (Full text)

The results of our study, along with a review of all previous eastern pipistrelle diet studies, confirm that the diet of eastern pipistrelles is diverse.

The mating system of pipistrelles is termed “resource defense polygyny.

The study of these two pipistrelles is in its infancy so there is still much to learn. (Full text)

For instance the presence of Pipistrelles is a material consideration where a planning authority is considering a development proposal which would be likely to result in significant harm to the species.

An excellent area in which to watch pipistrelles is The Gearagh, near Macroom. (Full text)

Criterion 4: The impact of the Nankeen Kestrel on pipistrelles is determined and management actions established to reduce such impacts where they occur. (Full text)

Pipistrelles are around 3.

Our Pipistrelles are a mixture of 45kHz ("common") and 55kHz ("soprano") pips - referring to the frequency of their calls.

The four pipistrelles are about the size of a small thumb and they are really difficult to separate from one another, even when you see them from close. (Full text)

(Pipistrellus pipistrellus) Pipistrelles are the smallest and (Full text)

Pipistrelles are widely distributed over Europe, and sometimes form maternity roosts that include more than 1,000 individuals.

Pipistrelles are around 3.

Western pipistrelles are among the first bats to emerge in the evening.

Western pipistrelles are known to hibernate during cold weather, but individuals do become sporadically active during the winter months. (Full text)

Life History: Western pipistrelles are often the first bats captured in an evening in mist nets set (Full text)

Pipistrelles are slow bats and may be distinguished on the wing by their slow, fluttery flight which is restricted to small foraging circuits. (Full text)

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