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|Title:||The bats of Flores, Indonesia, with remarks on Asian Tadarida|
|Citation:||Breviora, 2002; (511):1-12|
|Publisher:||Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University|
|Kristofer M. Helgen and Don E. Wilson|
|Abstract:||The Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University holds an unreported collection of bats from Flores in the Lesser Sundas. These specimens, including a remarkable record of the Palearctic molossid Tadarida teniotis from the island, are reported here. The Flores specimen of T. teniotis is compared with other Tadarida from the region, including three specimens of T. latouchei from Laos, reported here for the first time. A list of bats recorded to date from Flores is presented. Additional field collecting must ensue before a coherent understanding of mammalian patterns of zoogeography and species richness in the Lesser Sundas, and especially Flores, will emerge.|
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