Tadarida


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Related to Tadarida: macrotus, Tadarida brasiliensis
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Noun1.Tadarida - freetail bats
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
family Molossidae, Molossidae - mastiff bats; freetail bats
freetail, freetailed bat, free-tailed bat - small swift insectivorous bat with leathery ears and a long tail; common in warm regions
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The Mexican free-tailed bat, Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana, occurs throughout the western and southwestern United States, and Mexico.
The city of Rosario is within the distribution range of seven species of bats, four vespertilionids: Eptesicus diminutus, Eptesicus furinalis, Lasiurus cinereus, and Lasiurus ega, and three molossids: Tadarida brasiliensis, Eumops bonariensis, and Eumops patagonicus (Barquez et al.
auritus); 6 Tadarida teniotis; 2 Barbastella barbastellus; and 1 Vespertilio murinus.
New records and extension of the latitudinal range of Tadarida brasiliensis (Chiroptera: Molossidae) in Chile.
Some insectivorous bats occur on both the slopes and the highlands of the SMO (e.g., Lasiurus cinereus, Tadarida brasiliensis) and, therefore, for them the canyon is not a corridor because they can move freely across the Sierra.
Corcoran says that neighborly sabotage could be especially valuable for the highly sociable Mexican free-taileds (Tadarida brasiliensis).
Air Force basic training squadron for potential exposure in sleeping bays to rabies virus carried by Mexican free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis).
In the Western US, Townsend's Big-eared Bat aggregations in hibemacula commonly number only several hundred individuals (WBWG 2005); we are not estimating Brazilian Free-tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) colony size, which may number in the millions (McCracken 2003).
Se capturaron en total, 67 individuos de siete especies, cinco de la familia Molossidae Gervais [Eumops bonariensis (Peters), Eumops glaucinus (Wagner), Eumops perotis (Schinz), Molossus molossus (Pallas) y Tadarida brasiliensis (I.
genovensium no es detectable con el equipo utilizado en este trabajo a mas de 3 m de distancia, mientras que en el mismo entorno y condiciones, especies insectivoras como Tadarida brasiliensis, por ejemplo, son nitidamente registrables a distancias de 40 m o incluso superiores (J.
Contrasting the literature on collision mortality of migratory bats in passage, no study to date has specifically examined the influence of wind facilities near large maternity colonies such as those of Brazilian free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis) in which single colonies can number up to 20 million individuals (Harvey et al., 1999).
Observations concerning the Mexican free-tailed bat, Tadarida mexicana, in Texas.