Natalidae


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Natalidae

[nə′tal·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The funnel-eared bats, a monogeneric family of small, tropical American insectivorous bats (Chiroptera) with large, funnellike ears.
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ATTACKS OF GIANT CENTIPED SCOLOPENDRA SUMICHRASTI SAUSSURE, 1860 (SCOLOPENDROMORPHA: SCOLOPENDRIDAE) OVER BAT NATALUS MEXICANUS MILLER, 1902 (CHIROPTERA: NATALIDAE) IN CHIAPAS, MEXICO
A familia Phyllostomidae foi a mais representativa com 170 individuos capturados (82.9% da abundancia total), seguida por Vespertilionidae (6.34%; N = 13), Molossidae (4.88%; N = 10), Mormoopidae (2.93%; N = 6), Natalidae (1.46%; N = 3), Emballonuridae (0.98%; N = 2) e Noctilionidae (0.49%; N = 1).
A new species of funnel-eared bat (Natalidae: Natalus) from Mexico.
sp.(Nematoda, Molineidae) from Natalus tumidirostris haymani (Microquiroptera, Natalidae) in Trinidad.
Se registraron 987 individuos de murcielagos pertenecientes a 37 especies, 26 generos y cuatro familias (Phyllostomidae, Vespertilionidae, Mormoopidae y Natalidae).
En Colombia se encuentran nueve familias de murcielagos: Emballonuridae, Noctilionidae, Mormoopide, Phyllostomidae, Natalidae, Furipteridae, Thyropteridae, Molossidae y Vespertilionidae, con 198 especies, que representan mas del 20% de las especies en el mundo (Solari et al.
Except for largely migratory species (such as nectar-feeding phyllostomids), most members of the Neotropical families Phyllostomidae, Mormoopidae, Emballonuridae, and Natalidae reach their northwestern limits in Mexico at about the lower Rio Yaqui, or along the lower rios Mayo and Fuerte, and help define the Neotropical-Nearctic boundary (Anderson, 1960; Koopman, 1961; Findley and Jones, 1965).
En el neotropico se han podido obtener registros acusticos y se han descrito los chilli dos de ecolocacion de algunas especies de las familias presentes en la region (Emballonuridae, Mormoopidae, Noctilionidae, Phyllostomidae, Natalidae, Furipteridae, Molossidae y Vespertilionidae; ej.
Fueron seguidos por Natalus mexicanus (Natalidae) con el 5.8% y Glossophaga soricina (Phyllostomidae) con el 5.3%.
Mormoopidae and Natalidae remained fairly stable throughout, whereas Noctilionidae and Thyropteridae were recorded only in rainforest localities (Fig.
New records of Natalus tumidirostris (Chiroptera: Natalidae) in Colombia, with notes on morphometric variation.