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STATUS OF THE WESTERN SMALL-FOOTED MYOTIS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

@inproceedings{Rasheed2002STATUSOT,
  title={STATUS OF THE WESTERN SMALL-FOOTED MYOTIS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA},
  author={Sajida Rasheed and S. L. Holroyd},
  year={2002}
}
The Western Small-footed Myotis (Myotis ciliolabrum) is the smallest bat in British Columbia. Its distribution within the province is restricted to arid low elevation valleys in the dry interior of southern and south central B.C. It is one of the least studied bats in the province and little is known of its basic biology or specific habitat requirements. M. ciliolabrum is an uncommon species, rarely caught in abundance (six bats is the largest congregation that has been found). Several winter… 
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