Eptesicus fuscus


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Noun1.Eptesicus fuscus - rather large North American brown batEptesicus fuscus - rather large North American brown bat; widely distributed
vespertilian bat, vespertilionid - a variety of carnivorous bat
Eptesicus, genus Eptesicus - a genus of Vespertilionidae
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Echolocation behavior of Big Brown Bats, Eptesicus fuscus, in the field and the laboratory.
FYOY = flying young of the year Eptesicus fuscus Myotis lucifugus 2005 2006 2005 2006 Ratio of adult 140 : 57 335 : 104 14 : 50 139 : 279 [female] to [male] (2.
Captures included numerous reproductive Corynorhinus townsendii and Myotis thysanodes and nonreproductive individuals of Myotis ciliolabrum and Eptesicus fuscus.
Myotis californicus con 56 capturas, Tadarida brasiliensis 51, Macrotus waterhousii 46 y Eptesicus fuscus 22).
Food of the big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus, from maternity colonies in Indiana and Illinois.
with big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus (David Richardson and Ches Smith, pers.
Barclay analyzed long-term data on the variation in offspring sex-ratio of the big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus, a common North-American species that consumes insects.
El 92% de las especies registradas presenta una amplia distribucion, mientras que el 8% posee una distribucion restringida al norte del Orinoco; este ultimo grupo esta conformado por Anoura cultrata, Platyrrhinus umbratus, Sturnira oporaphilum, Myotis keaysi y Eptesicus fuscus.
We confirmed identities of an adult male Myotis austroriparius Rhoads (Southeastern myotis) and an adult male Eptesicus fuscus Beauvois (Big brown bat) by hand capture, and we identified a Tadarida brasiliensis Geoffroy (Brazilian free-tailed bat) visually.
Jamming bat echolocation: the dogbane tiger moth Cycnia tenera times its clicks to the terminal attack calls of the big brown bat Eptesicus fuscus.
Recently, the first bat coronavirus in the American Continent, named Rocky Mountain Bat Coronavirus, was detected in Eptesicus fuscus and Myotis occultus insectivorous bats in the USA [6], but hitherto no coronavirus has been reported in non-insectivorous bats.