cave bat

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Noun1.cave bat - drab yellowish big-eared bat that lives in cavescave bat - drab yellowish big-eared bat that lives in caves
vespertilian bat, vespertilionid - a variety of carnivorous bat
Antrozous, genus Antrozous - a genus of Vespertilionidae
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'While the impact of visitor disturbance on population recruitment cannot be empirically assessed due to the absence of historical data for cave bat populations in Cambodia, it is nonetheless likely to have been considerable and raises a conservation concern,' the researchers write.
Population studies of the cave bat (Myotis velifer): reproduction growth and development.
Azure Cave bat surveys, Little Rocky Mountains, Montana: September 1992 and March 1993.
The endangered gray bat (Myotis griescens), the cave bat (Myotis velifer), and southeastern bat (Myotis austroriparius) have recently tested positive for the fungus.
Husson (1960) first reported the Antillean cave bat from this island based on four specimens from Grotte du Puits des Terres Basses on the French side of the island.
Use of Cliff Swallow and Barn Swallow Nests by the Cave Bat, Myotis velifer, and the Free-tailed Bat, Tadarida brasiliensis.
The species, a true cave bat, forms large maternity colonies (typically 10,000-50,000) in caves in summer, Tuttle (1976) divided the year into four activity periods: hibernation (21 November-25 March); spring migration (26 March-24 May); summer (25 May-22 August), and fall migration (23 August-20 November).
Seasonal movements and population fluctuations of the cave bat, Myotis velifer, in south-central Kansas.
The gray myotis is the only true cave bat of Indiana.
The school children visiting on the launch day were given a tour of the rich ecosystem and were shown the four fascinating lakes to see if they could spot the intriguing animals who live in the cave such as the "Garra Barreimiae" blind fish and "Rhinopoma Mascatellum"cave bats. They also participated in drawing activities organized by Omran during the event and were the first to experience the new four interactive stations with a live show of each phenomenon in the cave, which allowed them to learn more about features in the cave such as the stone formations.
We encourage biologists to continue to monitor western Oklahoma cave bats for the possible emergence of Pd and WNS.