The First Record of the Greater Noctule Bat (Nyctalus lasiopterus) in the Southern Urals View Full Text


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2021-12-17

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V. P. Snit’ko, L. V. Snit’ko

ABSTRACT

The presence of the greater noctule bat (Nyctalus lasiopterus), the largest and least studied species of bat in the western Palaearctic, was revealed for the first time in the southern Urals. In June–August 2018, three young females of N. lasiopterus were captured on the banks of the Nugush Reservoir between the Belaya and Nugush rivers, Meleuzovskii district, Bashkortostan. The nearest known locality of the species lies 300 km to the west, at Obshchiy Syrt Hill, Buzuluksky Bor. The present record of the greater noctule allows for its eastern range limit to be clarified, also indicating the reproduction of this species in the southern Urals. More... »

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1104-1106

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