Choeronycteris


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Related to Choeronycteris: Choeronycteris mexicana
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Noun1.Choeronycteris - a genus of Phyllostomatidae
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Choeronycteris mexicana, hognose bat - small-eared Mexican bat with a long slender nose
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1928.Anewgenusand speciesofglossophaginae, with a subdivision of the genus Choeronycteris. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History London 1:120-123.
nivalis y Choeronycteris mexicana), que son atraidos por la gran cantidad de nectar que esta especie produce durante la noche, asi como por abejas y abejorros (particularmente Apis mellifera, pero tambien Bombus pennsylvanicus sonorus y Lasioglossum (Lasioglossum) sp.) y diversos esfingidos (Erinnyis ello, Pachylia ficus, Sphinx lugens y Agrius cingulatus, de acuerdo con Trejo-Salazar et al., 2015).
upper incisors Balantiopteryx plicata 4.12 upper incisors Carollia subrufa 1.56 lower right incisor Choeronycteris mexicana 26.5 upper incisors/upper canines Glossophaga soricina 2.03 incisors/upper premolars Myotis velifer 0.64 upper right incisor/ upper left premolars CARNIVORA Arctocephalus australis ?
(Choeronycteris mexicana), they represent the primary nectarivorous bats
The Mexican long-tongued bat, Choeronycteris mexicana, (Family Phyllostomidae) is primarily found southward from northern Mexico to El Salvador and Honduras (Hall 1981).
These last results are similar to those found for columnar cacti (Neobuxbaumia tetetzo) (Valiente-Banuet et al., 1996) with Leptonycteris curasoae and Choeronycteris mexicana as unique visitors.
En relacion a las especies catalogadas en alguna categoria de riesgo de extincion en la NOM-059-SEMARNAT-2010 tres especies estan incluidas: Cratogeomys fumosus, Leptonycteris yerbabuenae y Choeronycteris mexicana (Amenazadas).
A lo largo de las zonas deserticas de la costa Oeste de Mexico y el Suroeste de Estados Unidos, las poblaciones de murcielagos antofilos de los generos Leptonycteris Lydekker y Choeronycteris Tschudi realizan migraciones anuales (Brusca et al.
Similarly, the Mexican long-tongued bat (Choeronycteris mexicana) is known only from photographs of a single individual and observations of several others at Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge in the lower Rio Grande Valley.