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  • Now there's a different set of clicks, slower and louder than the Natterer's, and Ruth says we have a whiskered bat too, confirmed by its different behaviour.

    Country diary: Allendale, Northumberland

  • A faster set of clicks signals a different frequency on the detector, and the next group are Natterer's bats that always appear some minutes after the pipistrelles.

    Country diary: Allendale, Northumberland

  • A Natterer's bat hangs, seemingly not amused after being woken up.

    Country diary: Allendale, Northumberland

  • I have always (at least since I first read that the name “Jurupari” had demonic associations) been obsessed with clearing up that etymological association and have always felt gypped by Heckel (and Natterer for that matter) for not having shared the entire story with us.

    What's in a Latin binomial?

  • I have always (at least since I first read that the name “Jurupari” had demonic associations) been obsessed with clearing up that etymological association and have always felt gypped by Heckel (and Natterer for that matter) for not having shared the entire story with us.

    What's in a Latin binomial?

  • Is it possible that a writer on Meteorology is unacquainted with the well-known experiments of Dulong and Arago, and the more recent ones of Regnault, in which the compression was three times the amount here stated, or that he requires to be referred to those of Natterer, who, by

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 35, September, 1860

  • Spix, Natterer, Oscolati, Castituan and others, as well as most of the chief private collections of Europe.

    Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1

  • It would be a noble work, but one requiring years of labour, as of course you would wish to incorporate all existing materials and would have to spend months in Berlin and Milan and Paris to study the collections of Spix, Natterer, Oscolati, Castituan and others, as well as most of the chief private collections of Europe.

    Alfred Russel Wallace Letters and Reminiscences

  • A German chemist, Natterer, submitted this gas to a pressure of over forty-five thousand pounds, or twenty tons on a square inch, but he did not succeed in changing its condition.

    Religion and Chemistry

  • Schmidt (14) and Natterer (13) were the other double-figure scorers for Wellington.

    Chronicle-Telegram

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