Révision du statut de Pipistrellus subflavus (F. Cuvier, 1832). Proposition d’un taxon générique nouveau: Perimyotis nov. gen.

@inproceedings{Menu1984RvisionDS,
  title={R{\'e}vision du statut de Pipistrellus subflavus (F. Cuvier, 1832). Proposition d’un taxon g{\'e}n{\'e}rique nouveau: Perimyotis nov. gen.},
  author={Henri Menu},
  year={1984}
}
L'examen de la denture de P. subflavus, effectue dans le cadre d'une etude comparative des rangees dentaires des Vespertilionides, permet de mettre en evidence des structures qui justifient le retrait de cette espece du genre Pipistrellus. Creation d'un nouveau taxon generique appartenant a la tribu des Myotini 

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