Myotis Myotis

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Myotis Vivesi - Description
... Myotis vivesi is the largest species in the genus Myotis in the Americas, and is similar in size to the Eurasian Myotis myotis (greater mouse-eared bat) ... The second largest Myotis species in the New World, Myotis velifer, has a skull 17.6 mm (0.69 in) long, and feet 8 mm (0.31 in) long M ... In common with other fish-eating bats, Myotis vivesi has long, efficient wings, with high aspect ratio and low wing loading, and large feet with sharp claws ...
Vesper Bats - Classification
... hairy bat, Cistugo lesueuri Angolan hairy bat, Cistugo seabrai Genus Myotis – mouse-eared bats Subgenus Myotis Southwestern mouse-eared bat, Myotis altarium Anjouan mouse-eared bat ...
Long-legged Myotis
... The long-legged myotis (Myotis volans) is a species of vesper bat that can be found in Alberta and British Columbia in Canada, Mexico, and the western United ...
List Of Bats
... Genus Mimetillus Mimetillus moloneyi (Moloney's flat-headed bat) Genus Myotis Myotis abei (Sakhalin myotis) Myotis adversus (large-footed bat) Myotis ...
Mouse-eared Bats - Species
... Myotis Myotis latirostris Most Old World species Most Nearctic species Myotis brandtii Neotropical and some Nearctic species Relationships among Myotis species ... Instead, Myotis species largely fall in two main clades, one containing Old World and the other New World species ... However, the Asian species Myotis latirostris falls outside the clade formed by these main groups, and may represent a separate genus, and the Eurasian Myotis brandtii is related to New World species ...