THE FLORIDA BONNETED BAT, EUMOPS FLORIDANUS (CHIROPTERA: MOLOSSIDAE): DISTRIBUTION, MORPHOMETRICS, SYSTEMATICS, AND ECOLOGY

@inproceedings{Timm2004THEFB,
  title={THE FLORIDA BONNETED BAT, EUMOPS FLORIDANUS (CHIROPTERA: MOLOSSIDAE): DISTRIBUTION, MORPHOMETRICS, SYSTEMATICS, AND ECOLOGY},
  author={R. Timm and H. Genoways},
  year={2004}
}
  • R. Timm, H. Genoways
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Abstract A review and reappraisal of bats of the genus Eumops (Chiroptera: Molossidae) reveals that considerable geographic variation is present in the bonneted bat, E. glaucinus; it is a complex consisting of >1 species. Bonneted bats in Florida are significantly larger than those in all other populations, and have proportionally shorter and deeper basisphenoid pits, the glenoid fossa is broadly triangular with rounded apices, and bacular shape differs from that in other populations… CONTINUE READING
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