MAMMALIAN SPECIES 42 ( 869 ) : 244 – 250

@inproceedings{ZirkleJohn2010MAMMALIANS4,
  title={MAMMALIAN SPECIES 42 ( 869 ) : 244 – 250},
  author={J. ZirkleJohn and Antonio de la Torre},
  year={2010}
}
Pteronotus personatus (Wagner, 1843) is a mormoopid bat commonly called Wagner’s mustached bat. A small bat, fully furred, it is 1 of 6 species in the genus Pteronotus. This species ranges from the most tropical regions of Mexico to South America across northern Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana and through northwestern Colombia, and in a band across Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil, as far south as the Mato Grosso. It is frequently associated with watercourses and dense… CONTINUE READING

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