In central Texas, for example, every night about 15 million free-tailed bats
emerge from Bracken Cave to cruise over lawns, gardens, farm fields, and orchards, gobbling up insect pests.
Tadarida condylura Angolan free-tailed bat
. In: Happold M, Happold D, editors.
Seasonality and fidelity in roost use of the Mexican free-tailed bat
, Tadarida brasiliensis, in an urban setting.
Key words: acoustic, bats, Brazilian Free-tailed Bat
, British Columbia, Canada, echolocation, Salt Spring Island, Tadarida brasiliensis
Range extension of the Peale's free-tailed bat
Nyctinomops aurispinosus (Molossidae) in Brazil.
Here we have the life cycle stories of a baby platypus, an African elephant, a koala from Australia, a golden lion tamarind monkey, a Pacific gray whale, a least shrew, a hooded seal, a Mexican free-tailed bat
, an African lion, a polar bear, a hippopotamus, an orangutan, and a human being.
Abstract--This review of the status of the Le Conte's free-tailed bat
in Tennessee and surrounding states arose because two specimens were collected in Montgomery County, Tennessee, the first 19 March 1991 and the other 3 December 2007.
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
In small classrooms throughout Northern Mexico, school children are singing the praises of Marcelo, the Mexican free-tailed bat
. On the other side of the border in the southern part of the United States, children are devoted to Frankie, the Brazilian free-tailed bat
A MOTHER Mexican free-tailed bat
can find her young in a colony jammed with millions of babies.
Sandra Markle's LITTLE LOST BAT (157091656X, $15.95) tells of a newborn Mexican free-tailed bat
's constant dangers.
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.
The actual names for the bats shown are: the Slit-Faced bat, the Spear-Nosed bat, the Tube-Nosed bat, the Pocketed Free-Tailed bat
, the Leaf-Nosed bat, and the Flying Fox.
(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