A new big-footed mouse-eared bat Myotis annamiticus sp. nov. (Vespertilionidae, Chiroptera) from Vietnam

@inproceedings{Kruskop2001ANB,
  title={A new big-footed mouse-eared bat Myotis annamiticus sp. nov. (Vespertilionidae, Chiroptera) from Vietnam},
  author={Sergey V. Kruskop and Katerina Tsytsulina},
  year={2001}
}
Un tres petit Myotis du groupe daubentoni a ete decouvert dans les contreforts de la province de Quan Binh au Vietnam. Treize exemplaires ont ete compares aux autres Myotis de meme groupe qui habitent en Europe et Asie. La morphologie generale et celle du crâne permettent de presenter la forme vietnamienne comme une espece nouvelle. Parmi les Myotis le aouveau taxon est plus proche de l'espece himalayienne M. csorbai Topal, 1997. 

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