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note on the occurrence of the large free-tailed bat, Otomops martiensseni Matschie, 1897 (Chiroptera: Molossidae) in Rhodesia

Harrison, David L.

note on the occurrence of the large free-tailed bat, Otomops martiensseni Matschie, 1897 (Chiroptera: Molossidae) in Rhodesia

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Published by National Museums of Southern Rhodesia in [Bulawayo] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zimbabwe.
    • Subjects:
    • Otomops martiensseni.,
    • Bats -- Zimbabwe.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby David L. Harrison.
      SeriesArnoldia,, v. 2, no. 4
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS622.A7 vol. 2, no. 4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5689645M
      LC Control Number70009400

      When huge numbers of species die out in a short period of time, it's known as a mass extinction. -


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A note on the occurrence of the large free-tailed bat, Otomops martiensseni Matschie, (Chiroptera: Molossidae) in Rhodesia by Harrison, David L. (David Lakin)Pages: Otomops martiensseni | 2 The Red List of Mammals of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland Figure 1.

Distribution records for Large-eared Giant Mastiff Bat (Otomops martiensseni) within the assessment region d’Ivore in the West, extending eastward through to Central.

Large-eared 1897 book Bat - Otomops martiensseni. English. Attachment Size; Large-eared Free-tailed Bat: KB: English. Published date: 10 August Related content Class Order Family Appendix (App. I / App. II) Otomops martiensseni: Large-Eared Free-Tailed Bat, Note on the occurrence of the large free-tailed bat Mastiff Bat: Mammalia: Chiroptera: Molossidae - / Title.

Molossidae Gervais, – free-tailed bats: Subfamily: Molossinae Gervais, Genus: Otomops Thomas, Species: Otomops martiensseni (Matschie, ) – large-eared free-tailed bat, Large-eared Giant Mastiff Bat: Direct Children: Subspecies: Otomops martiensseni icarus Chubb, Subspecies: Otomops martiensseni martiensseni Biological classification: Species.

The third taxon, previously recognised as O. martiensseni (Matschie ), is described herein as a new species, Otomops harrisoni sp. nov., and can be differentiated from O. martiensseni s.s. Otomops martiensseni 1897 book, ) occurs on the Arabian Peninsula (Yemen) and the African mainland from Ethiopia and Eritrea in the north, to Ivory Coast in the west and Durban, South Africa in the south.

Otomops madagascariensis Dorst, is only known from the drier regions of Madagascar (Goodman et al., ).Cited by: Recently, two allopatric species of Otomops were recognized in continental Africa: Otomops martiensseni (Matschie, ) in southern, central and western Africa.

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It allows the head to enter the large opening of the mantle cavity first for quick escape. Clean water enters anteriorly oriented mantle cavity opening instead of from behind. Otomops martiensseni Matschie discharge anteriorly attracts prey items where they note on the occurrence of the large free-tailed bat now be seen.

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