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Macrotus californicus

Known as: California leaf-nosed bat 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
Hemoplasma DNA was found in 22% (12/55) of samples from six bat species in Chile, including one of three big-eared brown bats… Expand
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2012
2012
Population dynamics, roost selection and reproductive patterns of some cave bats from Western of Mexico. Almost half of bat… Expand
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2010
2010
The first records of Histiotus macrotus (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) for Chubut Province, Argentina. The first records of… Expand
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2005
2005
Comparamos la morfologia alar de ocho quiropteros chilenos, incluyendo dos especies previamente estudiadas. Correlacionamos los… Expand
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1995
1995
Bats possess a genome approximately 50–87% the size of other eutherian mammals. We document that the events that have achieved or… Expand
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1983
1983
Abstract Phylogenetic placement of taxa within the two New World leaf-nosed bat genera, Tonatia and Micronycteris was carried out… Expand
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1978
1978
A collection of 450 specimens of bats from the Departement du Sud, Haiti, is described. Fifteen of the 17 species previously… Expand
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1976
1976
The reproductive biology of the bat Macrotus waterhousii was investigated anatomically and physiologically several times monthly… Expand
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1975
1975
Abstract The leaf-nosed bat is thought to exemplify the process of delayed development. Copulation occurs in late September… Expand
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1974
1974
  • H D Bodley
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1974
  • Corpus ID: 30468891
The phyllostomid bat, Macrotus waterhousii, undergoes delayed development. Implantation occurs early in the nine-month gestation… Expand
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