Megachiroptera


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Noun1.Megachiroptera - fruit batsMegachiroptera - fruit bats        
animal order - the order of animals
Chiroptera, order Chiroptera - an old order dating to early Eocene: bats: suborder Megachiroptera (fruit bats); suborder Microchiroptera (insectivorous bats)
fruit bat, megabat - large Old World bat of warm and tropical regions that feeds on fruit
genus Pteropus, Pteropus - a genus of Megachiroptera
genus Nyctimene, Nyctimene - East Indian fruit bats
Cynopterus, genus Cynopterus - a genus of Megachiroptera
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References in periodicals archive ?
Do plants pollinated by flying fox bats (Megachiroptera) provide an extra calcium reward in their nectar?
They are present everywhere except Antarctica (Hutson et al., 2001) and are divided in two major groups, the Megachiroptera and the Microchiroptera.
Bergmans, "Rediscovery of epomophorus pousarguesi trouessart, 1904 in the central african empire Mammalia, megachiroptera," Journal of Natural History, vol.
Thousands of large fruit- eating bats, also called Megachiroptera , can still be seen on the trees lining Lutyens' Delhi.
Flying-foxes are megachiroptera: term chiroptera means "hand winged." There are two suborders: mega and micro.
Conflict and congruence in a combined DNA-morphology analysis of megachiroptera bat relatioships (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Pteropodidae).
Antibodies against Lagos bat virus in megachiroptera in West Africa.
Flying foxes are Megachiroptera. Worldwide, Megachiroptera include 166 species of flying foxes (also known as giant fruit bats) and blossom bats.
Especies Veto r/reservatorios Lyssavirus (virus da raiva) Caniivoros(mundo) morcegos (Americas) Lagos-Bal-Virus Morcegos frugivoros (Megachiroptera) Mokola-Virus ?
DAMASCUS, (SANA)-Bats of the genus Pteropus, belonging to the Megachiroptera sub-order, are the largest bats in the world.