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Noun1.Pipistrellus - nearly cosmopolitan genus of very small bats
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
family Vespertilionidae, Vespertilionidae - the majority of common bats of temperate regions of the world
pipistrel, pipistrelle, Pipistrellus pipistrellus - small European brown bat
eastern pipistrel, Pipistrellus subflavus - one of the smallest bats of eastern North America
SPipistrellus hesperus, western pipistrel - of western North America
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Skull morphology of two cryptic bat species: Pipistrellus pipistrellus and P.
The distribution range of the genus Pipistrellus extends from central southern Africa, throughout Eurasia to Indonesia, Japan, New Guinea and northern Australia Solomon Islands.
Streit and Nagel (1993) reported, in adults of the insectivorous bat Pipistrellus pipistrellus, levels of Pb in the liver between 2.95 and 38.5 mg/g dry mass and Cu levels between 15.7 and 32.0 mg/g dry mass.
The importance of linear landscape elements for the pipistrelle Pipistrellus pipistrellus and the serotine bat Eptesicus serotinus.
(%) Order Genus Common name sampled positive Rodentia Hylomyscus African wood mouse 28 0 Malacomys Long-footed rat 15 0 Praomys Soft-furred rat 15 0 Cricetomys Giant pouched rat 9 2 (22.2) Hybomys Hump-nosed mouse 6 0 Rattus Rat 3 0 Lemniscomys Zebra mouse 2 0 Mastomys Multimammate rat 2 0 Atherurus Brush-tailed 1 0 porcupine Eulipotyphla Sylvisorex Climbing shrew 8 0 Crocidura White-toothed shrew 8 0 Unknown shrew Shrew 6 0 Chiroptera Pipistrellus Pipistrelle bat 1 0 Epomops Singing fruit bat 1 0 Total 105 2 (1.9)
Larger groups of individuals or colonies consisted solely of barbastelles, or else individuals of Pipistrellus species (though with no more than five bats present together in the latter case).
It was only recently discovered that there are actually two species of pipistrelle bat - common and soprano - both originally grouped as Pipistrellus pipistrellus.
In other, not-so-positive changes on the Red List, five of the six most prominent species of ash tree in North America have been classified as critically endangered because of the threat posed by an invasive beetle, and the Christmas Island pipistrelle bat (Pipistrellus murrayi) is officially extinct.
Feeding ecology of Pipistrellus pipistrellus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) during pregnancy and lactation.
They become hypertrophied and secretory with granular columnar epithelium in synchrony with the elevated testicular steroid cycle and involuted with cuboidal epithelium and agranular cytoplasm in the inactive testicular state in number of bat species, Nactyla noctula (Racey, 1974); Pipistrellus dormeri (Gadegone & Sapkal, 1983); Taphozous melanopogon and Miniopterus (Gadegone et al., 1995); Brachyphylla cavemarum (Krutzsch & Nellis, 2006); Hipposideros lankadiva (Gadegone et al., 2005); Brachyphylla cavemarum (Puga et al.); Myotis negricans (Negrin et al., 2014) and Eidolon helvum (Danmaigoro et al., 2014).
Russ, "Climate change-linked range expansion of Nathusius' pipistrelle bat, Pipistrellus nathusii (Keyserling & Blasius, 1839)," Journal of Biogeography, vol.
Zhang, "Echolocation Calls and Neurophysiological Correlations with Auditory Response Properties in the Inferior Colliculus of Pipistrellus abramus," Zoological Studies, vol.