Key words: acoustic, bats, Brazilian Free-tailed Bat
, British Columbia, Canada, echolocation, Salt Spring Island, Tadarida brasiliensis
Summer foraging range of Mexican free-tailed bats
(Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana) from Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico.
Range extension of the Peale's free-tailed bat
Nyctinomops aurispinosus (Molossidae) in Brazil.
Snyder of Austin Peay State University discovered the first Brazilian Free-tailed bat
(BFT), Tadarida brasiliensis, in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee (Snyder, 1993).
We observed Southeastern myotis (Myotis austroriparius), Big brown (Eptesicus fuscus), and Brazilian free-tailed bats
(Tadarida brasiliensis) using concrete box culverts as diurnal roosts in Butler County, Alabama during summer 2008.
If adults could only see the world through the eyes of children, they could relive the wonderment and excitement of discovery they too once experienced in their youth," wrote Boston University Professor Thomas Kunz in the introduction to Frankie the Free-tailed Bat
The most common bat in the area is the free-tailed bat
and the myotis bats, which are small, with wingspans between 4 to 6 inches,'' he said.
Ultrastructure of the binary parotid glands in the free-tailed bat
, Tadarida thersites I.
The strong-smelling male Mexican free-tailed bat
, nicknamed Pongo, was rescued by a member of the Kent Bat Group and was sent to quarantine facilities in Sussex until an airline could be found to fly the animal home.
6) To determine what kind of bird had caused the engine failure, the laboratory at Randolph's base hospital examined the animal's remains under a microscope and discovered the distinctive segmented hairs of a bat, a Mexican free-tailed bat
In the caption for "Last Words" on the last page of the July/August issue, we misidentified the Mexican free-tailed bat
as the "main pollinator of the agave plant" (the source of tequila).
We described the distribution and roosting habits of all 16 species of bats that occur in Georgia including the eastern pipistrelle, eastern small-footed myotis, southeastern myotis, Indiana bat, little brown bat, northern long-eared myotis, gray bat, Rafinesque's big-eared bat, silver-haired bat, Seminole bat, northern yellow bat, hoary bat, big brown bat, and Brazilian free-tailed bat
The pioneering zone of the Mexican free-tailed bat
includes Barber and Comanche counties in Kansas and as far north as Mesa and Saguache counties in southwestern Colorado.
In the Swiss Alps, the European free-tailed bat
Tadarida teniotis reaches a latitude of [sim]46[degrees]N (Arlettaz 1990, 1995); this seemingly represents the northernmost outpost of any molossid in the world.
Photographic estimation of population size of the Mexican free-tailed bat
, Tadarida brasiliensis.