Tadarida brasiliensis

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Noun1.Tadarida brasiliensis - the common freetail bat of southern United States having short velvety furTadarida brasiliensis - the common freetail bat of southern United States having short velvety fur; migrates southward for winter
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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Patterns of use of man-made roosts by Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana in Texas.
Based on morphology and phylogenetic analyses (Bayesian inference and haplotype network analyses) of mitochondrial DNA sequence data (Cytb and D-loop), the bat was identified as a Mexican free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana), which is found throughout the southwestern United States.
ABSTRACT--We report here the 1st evidence of the Brazilian Free-tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) in Canada.
thysanodes in Left Hand Tunnel and the Brazilian free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) in Bat Cave (Fig.
rufus, Tadarida brasiliensis; Noctilionidae: Noctilio leporinus; Vespertilionidae: Dasypterus ega, Lasiurus blossevillii, L.
The GL4 comprised of Variant V3 and V8 and a variant no determined (ND), which were associated with hematophagous bats, the GL5 and GL6 consisted of V4 viruses associated with Tadarida brasiliensis bats, the GL5 grouped independently.
DDT and the decline of free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis) at Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico.
Corcoran says that neighborly sabotage could be especially valuable for the highly sociable Mexican free-taileds (Tadarida brasiliensis).
Snyder of Austin Peay State University discovered the first Brazilian Free-tailed bat (BFT), Tadarida brasiliensis, in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee (Snyder, 1993).
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.