pipistrelle


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pipistrelle:

see batbat,
winged mammal of the order Chiroptera, which includes 900–1,000 species classified in about 200 genera and 17 families. Bats range in size from a wingspread of over 5 ft (150 cm) to a wingspread of less than 2 in. (5 cm).
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pipistrelle

any of numerous small brownish insectivorous bats of the genus Pipistrellus, occurring in most parts of the world: family Vespertilionidae
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2016: Foraging strategy of Kuhl's pipistrelle at the northern edge of the species distribution.
I would also expect to find brown long eared bats, noctules and soprano pipistrelles.
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Surveys on the continent have confirmed that the pipistrelles travel great distances by comparing where they were initially ringed with other locations they were found.
Brack and Mumford (1984) showed that pipistrelle distribution in Indiana was coincident with the southern edge of the Wisconsinan glaciation and the northern edge of the cave region, which suggests that the presence of suitable hibernacula may influence geographic range in this species.
The diet of the eastern pipistrelle is varied (Brack 1985).
Passive surveillance systems used by state public health departments confirm that human encounters with Eastern Pipistrelle bats (P.
Our study provides information that suggests late summer diets of eastern pipistrelles in northwest Georgia are contrary to previous diet studies of other pipistrelle species.
On August 31, 2002, a boy aged 13 years residing in Franklin County, Tennessee, died from rabies encephalitis caused by a rabies virus variant associated with silver-haired and eastern pipistrelle bats.
My Desire (Mary Reveley) takes the two-miler from Pipistrelle (Jon Scargill/ Jimmy Quinn) and Lobinda (John Dunlop) pips Pica (Henry Cecil/Willie Ryan) in the juvenile fillies' maiden.
Baker (1956) suggested this possibility in reference to the dispersal of the eastern pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus) into Coahuila, Mexico.
These authors thought that the bats would probably eat if they were flying outside, but hypothesized that the "primary function of the emergence of pipistrelle bats from hibernacula in winter is to drink and thereby avoid death from dehydration.