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Synonyms:
   Myotis volans (long-legged myotis) 

Broader Terms:
   Chiroptera (bats) 
   Myotis (mouse-eared bats) 

More Specific:
   Myotis volans interior 
 
 
Latest Articles on Myotis volans from uBioRSS
Prevalence of neutralizing antibodies to rabies virus in serum of seven spe... - PubMed: species
A modeling framework for life history-based conservation planning - ScienceDirect Publication: Biological Conservation


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Common Names: Miotis pata larga, netopýr srstnatý, long-legged myotis



1.  How moths escape bats: predicting outcomes of predator-prey interactions.LinkIT
Corcoran AJ, Conner WE
The Journal of experimental biology, 2016
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2.  Prevalence of neutralizing antibodies to rabies virus in serum of seven species of insectivorous bats from Colorado and New Mexico, United States.LinkIT
Bowen RA, O'Shea TJ, Shankar V, Neubaum MA, Neubaum DJ, Rupprecht CE
Journal of wildlife diseases, 2013
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3.  Alphacoronaviruses in New World bats: prevalence, persistence, phylogeny, and potential for interaction with humans.LinkIT
Osborne C, Cryan PM, O'Shea TJ, Oko LM, Ndaluka C, Calisher CH, Berglund AD, Klavetter ML, Bowen RA, Holmes KV, Dominguez SR
PloS one, 2011
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4.  Observations and larval descriptions of fleas (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae, Ctenophthalmidae, Ishnopsyllidae) of the southern flying squirrel, little brown bat, and Brazilian free-tailed bat (Mammalia: Rodentia, Chiroptera).LinkIT
Elbel RE, Bossard RL
Journal of medical entomology, 2007
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5.  First record of hosts for tick Carios kelleyi (Acari: Ixodida: Argasidae) in Canada and Montana.LinkIT
Lausen CL
Journal of medical entomology, 2005
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6.  Species of Eimeria (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from bats (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in central Wyoming.LinkIT
Seville RS, Gruver J
The Journal of parasitology, 2004
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7.  Bat ectoparasites from the Trans-Pecos region of Texas, including notes from Big Bend National Park.LinkIT
Ritzi CM, Ammerman LK, Dixon MT, Richerson JV
Journal of medical entomology, 2001
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8.  Six new Eimeria species from vespertilionid bats of North America.LinkIT
Duszynski DW, Scott DT, Aragon J, Leach A, Perry T
The Journal of parasitology, 1999
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9.  Maseria vespertilionis n.g., n.sp. (Dorylaimina : Muspiceidae), a nematode from nearctic bats (Vespertilionidae).LinkIT
Rausch RL, Rausch VR
Annales de parasitologie humaine et comparee, 1983
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