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InfoNatura Species Index:  1 - 50 of 78 records in family Vespertilionidae of order Chiroptera.
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  (Heritage ID)   Scientific Name Status National Occurrence in Latin American and the Caribbean
  Common Name Heritage IUCN CITES
Mammalia, Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae
2.641658 Antrozous dubiaquercus
   Van Gelder's Bat
G3G4 VU    Countries: BZ, CR, GT, HN, MX
2.106431 Antrozous pallidus
   Pallid Bat
G5 LR    Countries: CU, MX
2.641692 Corynorhinus mexicanus
   Mexican Long-eared Bat
G2      Countries: MX
2.103228 Corynorhinus townsendii
   Townsend's Big-eared Bat
G4 VU    Countries: MX
2.641178 Eptesicus andinus
   A Brown Bat
GNR      Countries: CO, EC, PE, VE
2.641659 Eptesicus brasiliensis
   Brazilian Brown Bat
G5      Countries: AR, BO, BR, CO, EC, GF, GY, PE, PY, SR, TT, UY, VE
2.641179 Eptesicus chiriquinus
   A Bat
GNR      Countries: CO, CR, GF, PA, VE
2.641660 Eptesicus diminutus
   Diminutive Serotine
G4      Countries: AR, BR, PY, UY, VE
2.641661 Eptesicus furinalis
   Argentine Brown Bat
G5      Countries: AR, BO, BR, BZ, CO, CR, EC, GF, GT, GY, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, PY, SR, SV, VE
2.105810 Eptesicus fuscus
   Big Brown Bat
G5 LR    Countries: BB, BS, CO, CR, CU, DM, GT, HN, JM, MX, PA, PR, SV, VE
2.641663 Eptesicus guadeloupensis
   Guadeloupe Big Brown Bat
GNR EN    Countries: GP
2.641662 Eptesicus innoxius
   Harmless Serotine
G3 VU    Countries: EC, PE
2.104813 Euderma maculatum
   Spotted Bat
G4 LR    Countries: MX
2.641664 Histiotus alienus
   Strange Big-eared Brown Bat
G2 VU    Countries: BR, UY
2.641092 Histiotus humboldti
   Humboldt's Big-eared Brown Bat
G2G3 DD    Countries: VE
2.641665 Histiotus macrotus
   Big-eared Brown Bat
G3G4 NT    Countries: AR, BO, CL, PE
2.641666 Histiotus montanus
   Small Big-eared Brown Bat
G4      Countries: AR, BO, CL, CO, EC, PE, UY, VE
2.641667 Histiotus velatus
   Tropical Big-eared Brown Bat
G3      Countries: BO, BR, PY
2.106433 Idionycteris phyllotis
   Allen's Big-eared Bat
G3G4 LR    Countries: MX
2.104362 Lasionycteris noctivagans
   Silver-haired Bat
G5 LR    Countries: MX
2.641094 Lasiurus atratus
   Hairy-tailed Bat
G3G4 DD    Countries: GF, GY, SR, VE
2.102668 Lasiurus blossevillii
   Western Red Bat
G5 LR    Countries: AR, BO, BR, BZ, CL, CO, CR, EC, GF, GT, GY, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, PY, SR, SV, UY, VE
2.100300 Lasiurus borealis
   Eastern Red Bat
G5 LR    Countries: BS, MX
2.641668 Lasiurus castaneus
   Tacarcuna Bat
G3G4 VU    Countries: CO, CR, PA
2.106446 Lasiurus cinereus
   Hoary Bat
G5 LR    Countries: AR, BO, BR, CL, CO, EC, GT, MX, PE, PY, UY, VE
2.641182 Lasiurus degelidus
   Jamaican Red Bat
GNR      Countries: JM
2.641095 Lasiurus ebenus
   A Hairy-tailed Bat
G1G3 VU    Countries: BR
2.104929 Lasiurus ega
   Southern Yellow Bat
G5 LR    Countries: AR, BO, BR, BZ, CO, CR, EC, GF, GT, GY, HN, MX, PA, PE, PY, SR, SV, TT, UY, VE
2.641669 Lasiurus egregius
   Big Red Bat
GU NT    Countries: BR, PA
2.641183 Lasiurus insularis
   Cuban Yellow Bat
GNR      Countries: CU
2.106346 Lasiurus intermedius
   Northern Yellow Bat
G4G5 LR    Countries: BZ, GT, HN, MX, SV
2.641184 Lasiurus minor
   A Red Bat
GNR      Countries: DO, HT, PR
2.641185 Lasiurus pfeifferi
   Cuban Red Bat
GNR      Countries: CU
2.102196 Lasiurus seminolus
   Seminole Bat
G5 LR    Countries: MX
2.641186 Lasiurus varius
   A Bat
GNR      Countries: AR
2.103577 Lasiurus xanthinus
   Western Yellow Bat
G5      Countries: MX
2.641670 Myotis aelleni
   Southern Myotis
GNR VU    Countries: AR
2.641671 Myotis albescens
   Silver-tipped Myotis
G5      Countries: AR, BO, BR, CL, CO, CR, EC, GF, GT, GY, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, PY, SR, UY, VE
2.641672 Myotis atacamensis
   Atacama Myotis
G3G4 VU    Countries: CL, PE
2.100717 Myotis auriculus
   Southwestern Myotis
G5 LR    Countries: GT, MX
2.104207 Myotis californicus
   California Myotis
G5 LR    Countries: GT, MX
2.641193 Myotis carteri
   A Myotis
GNR      Countries: MX
2.641673 Myotis chiloensis
   Chilean Myotis
G3G4 NT    Countries: AR, CL
2.641674 Myotis cobanensis
   Guatemalan Myotis
G1 CR    Countries: GT
2.641675 Myotis dominicensis
   Dominican Myotis
G1 VU    Countries: DM
2.641676 Myotis elegans
   Elegant Myotis
G4 NT    Countries: BZ, CR, GT, HN, MX, NI, SV
2.100369 Myotis evotis
   Long-eared Myotis
G5 LR    Countries: MX
2.641677 Myotis findleyi
   Findley's Myotis
G1 EN    Countries: MX
2.641678 Myotis fortidens
   Cinnamon Myotis
G5 NT    Countries: GT, MX
2.641679 Myotis keaysi
   Hairy-legged Myotis
G5      Countries: AR, BO, BZ, CO, CR, EC, GT, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, SV, VE
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