brown bat

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Noun1.brown bat - any of numerous medium to small insectivorous bats found worldwide in caves and trees and buildingsbrown bat - any of numerous medium to small insectivorous bats found worldwide in caves and trees and buildings
carnivorous bat, microbat - typically having large ears and feeding primarily on insects; worldwide in distribution
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ABSTRACT--Very little is known about the range and ecology of the Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus) in Alaska and how the species continues to persist in a region where temperatures fall below their predicted threshold for winter survival.
A non-commensal maternity roost of the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus).
As of mid-April, the USGS' National Wildlife Health Center has confirmed only the one case, in a little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) found near North Bend, Wash.
A large area of campus was thoroughly examined and there was no evidence of nesting, but a "freshly dead" brown bat was found and sent in for testing, with results showing it tested positive for rabies, Davis said.
After selecting an individual from the larger group, we gently pried the little brown bat from its roosting spot on the wall.
State officials are also considering listing the little brown bat and northern long-eared bat as endangered.
Bats Around the World AVERAGE NAME HABITAT WEIGHT FACTS Big brown bat United States 0.
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.
From a brown bat to a blue jay, an eastern box turtle, a black swallowtail butterfly, and many more, Curious Critters lives up to its title and is highly recommended for children's library picturebook collections.
Scientists expect the illness to continue to spread west, threatening the extinction of North America's most common bat species, the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus), within the next 15 years.
For example: A single brown bat can eat up to 600 mosquitoes in an hour.
Any of the following bats could occur: the northern myotis Myotis septentrionalis, the Indiana myotis Myotis sodalis, the big brown bat Eptesicus fuscus, and the hoary bat Lasiurus cinereus.