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  • (News source.) [Correction: Darren Naish points out that these are not bumblebee bats, but painted bats (Kerivoula picta).]

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • St. Aignan's trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula agnella) is the only IUCN threatened (VU) mammal in the ecoregion and is recorded from Misima and Sudest.

    Louisiade Archipelago rain forests

  • Three species are listed as threatened (VU or higher) by IUCN: black dorcopsis (Dorcopsis atrata), St. Aignan's trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula agnella), and Tate's triok (Dactylopsila tatei).

    Trobriand Islands rain forests

  • The Fly River leptomys (Leptomys signatus) is considered critically endangered, whereas the dusky pademelon (Thylogale bruinii) and Fly River trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula muscina) are considered vulnerable.

    Southern New Guinea freshwater swamp forests

  • He is quite right; but how many we should have to reject if we did so -- _Siamanga_ in Quadrumana, _Kerivoula_ in Cheiroptera, _Tupaia_ in Insectivora, _Golunda_ in Rodentia, _Rusa_ in Ruminantia, and others!

    Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

  • This is synonymous with _Vespertilio formosus_, which see further on, it is the same as the _Kerivoula formosa_ of Gray.

    Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

  • The late Mr. Swinhoe says of the Kerivoula picta, which he observed in

    Darwinism (1889)

  • Several species are listed as threatened (VU or higher) by IUCN: New Guinea pademelon (Thylogale brownii), Gilliard's flying-fox (Pteropus gilliardorum), large-eared sheathtail-bat (Emballonura dianae), Bismarck trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula myrella), and New Britain water-rat (Hydromys neobrittanicus).

    New Britain-New Ireland lowland rain forests

  • Several species are listed as threatened (VU or higher) by IUCN: New Guinea pademelon (Thylogale brownii), Gilliard's flying-fox (Pteropus gilliardorum), large-eared sheathtail-bat (Emballonura dianae), Bismarck trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula myrella), New Britain water-rat (Hydromys neobrittanicus).

    New Britain-New Ireland montane rain forests

  • At the same time these names are wrong; they convey no meaning; and had they a meaning (which only _Kerivoula_ or

    Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

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