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Species Profiles


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Antrozous pallidus
"pallid bat"
Artibeus jamaicensis
"Jamaican fruit-eating bat"
Choeronycteris mexicana
"Mexican long-tongued bat"
Corynorhinus rafinesquii
"Rafinesque’s big-eared bat"
Corynorhinus townsendii
"Townsend’s big-eared bat"
Eptesicus fuscus
"big brown bat"
Euderma maculatum
"spotted bat"
Eumops floridanus
"Florida bonneted bat"
Eumops perotis
"greater bonneted bat"
Eumops underwoodi
"Underwood’s bonneted bat"
Idionycteris phyllotis
"Allen’s big-eared bat"
Lasionycteris noctivagans
"silver-haired bat"
Lasiurus blossevillii
"western red bat"
Lasiurus borealis
"eastern red bat "
Lasiurus cinereus
"hoary bat"
Lasiurus ega
"southern yellow bat"
Lasiurus intermedius
"northern yellow bat"
Lasiurus seminolus
"Seminole bat"
Lasiurus xanthinus
"western yellow bat"
Leptonycteris nivalis
"Mexican long-nosed bat"
Leptonycteris yerbabuenae
"lesser long-nosed bat"
Macrotus californicus
"California leaf-nosed bat"
Molossus molossus
"Pallas’s mastiff bat"
Mormoops megalophylla
"Peters’s ghost-faced bat"
Myotis auriculus
"southwestern myotis"
Myotis austroriparius
"southeastern myotis"
Myotis californicus
"California myotis"
Myotis ciliolabrum
"western small-footed myotis"
Myotis evotis
"long-eared myotis"
Myotis grisescens
"gray myotis"
Myotis keenii
"Keen’s myotis"
Myotis leibii
"eastern small-footed myotis"
Myotis lucifugus
"little brown myotis"
Myotis melanorhinus
"dark-nosed small-footed myotis"
Myotis occultus
"Arizona myotis"
Myotis septentrionalis
"northern long-eared myotis"
Myotis sodalis
"Indiana myotis"
Myotis thysanodes
"fringed myotis"
Myotis velifer
"cave myotis"
Myotis volans
"long-legged myotis"
Myotis yumanensis
"Yuma myotis"
Nycticeius humeralis
"evening bat"
Nyctinomops femorosaccus
"pocketed free-tailed bat"
Nyctinomops macrotis
"big free-tailed bat"
Parastrellus hesperus
"canyon bat"
Perimyotis subflavus
"tri-colored bat"
Tadarida brasiliensis
"Mexican free-tailed bat"

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