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Synopsis of South American Bats of the Family Emballonuridae

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By: J Knox Jones, Jr.(Author), Craig S Hood(Author)
32 pages, 9 b/w distribution maps
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Bats of the family Emballonuridae occur in tropical and subtropical regions of the New World (northern Mexico south to southern Brazil) where the family is represented by two subfamilies, eight genera, and 18 species. In the species accounts in this paper, genera and subgenera are arranged in conventional phylogenetic sequence following Eisenberg (1989).

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By: J Knox Jones, Jr.(Author), Craig S Hood(Author)
32 pages, 9 b/w distribution maps
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