serotine


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Synonyms for serotine

common brown bat of Europe

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One of them was caught and proved to be a juvenile serotine.
There are currently five species of bat; Soprano Pipistrelle, Common Pipistrelle, Nathusius' Pipistrelle, Noctule and Serotine, the last two being new visitors to Heathrow.
We've had unconfirmed sightings of whiskered, Brandt's and serotine.
From 1977 through 2009, a total of 928 cases of bat rabies (EBLV-1 and EBLV-2) were detected in Europe, but only 10 of the 45 known indigenous bat species tested positive for lyssavirus; most were serotine bats (Eptesicus serotinus) associated with EBLV-1 (5,6).
The figures under cultivation produce more serotine flowers in early May.
With rare and threatened species including lesser horseshoe, greater horseshoe, serotine and pipistrelle bats using buildings for summer and winter roosts, the bats' survival is increasingly dependent on the way traditional buildings are looked after.
The Bat Conservation Trust said it was aware of the rabies risk in only two of the 16 species of bat found in the UK - the Daubenton and the Serotine.
The sightings include those of the UAE's "deadliest" snake, the saw-scaled viper, and the country's smallest bat, the Sind Batina Serotine.