Order : Chiroptera
Family : Vespertilionidae
Subfamily : Vespertilioninae
Species : Eptesicus serotinus
The Serotine is listed as Least Concern (LR/lc), lowest risk. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
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Facts about the serotine
The Serotine is one of Britains
A couple of other species, such as the parti-colored bat (Vespertilio murinus) and the noctule (Nyctalus noctula), also feed near Swedish and Danish streetlamps, but mostly in areas where northern bats or serotines are absent or less abundant.
daubentoni,) are thought to be increasing in numbers throughout Europe, and the serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus) is also thought to be increasing its range.
De Laatvlieger De Laatvlieger (Eptesicus serotinus) is een grote vleermuis, met een spanwijdte van ca.
In the Netherlands, the serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus) is the main reservoir of EBLV1 and the Pond bat (Myotis dascycneme) is the main reservoir of EBLV2.
July 8th A Large colony of bats, now believed to be Serotines, are feeding just before darkness sets in in the Park at Windmill Hill.
larger bats, especially the serotine, is in a steep decline.
Research Sermylassa SEROTINE The serotine is a large bat, about the size of the noctule, with a very limited distribution in Britain.
Serotine bat: Eptesicus serotinus The serotine is one of Britainâ€™s largest bat
serotines are considered in local plans, LEAPs and plans of other statutory bodies.
Serotines are relatively large bats.
The serotine is one of our largest bats, about the same weight as a large mouse, and is most common in southern England, although known to occur as far north as Yorkshire.
TYPE Serotine is a
Van een bepaalde vleermuis,de Laatvlieger (Eptesicus serotinus), is volgens schattingen ongeveer 10 - 25% besmet met het EBL-virus.
Winter roostsVery few serotines are found in winter, but it is likely that most hibernate in buildings.
De Laatvlieger, Eptesicus serotinus, is een zoogdier, een vleermuis. (Wiki)
Serotine is responsible for happiness, dopamine for sadness and the amino acids are facilitators. (Full text)
As serotines are highly nomadic we estimate that perhaps only 10 - 15 will actually turn out to be maternity roosts. (Full text)
Serotines are not believed to be particularly migratory although movements of up to 330 km (200 miles) are recorded in eastern Europe. (Full text)
The Serotine (Eptesicus serotinus) is one of our less common species and is found mainly south of a line from The Wash to parts of South Wales. (Full text)
The Serotine is one of the most building-orientated species and is hardly ever found in trees, which presumably provided the original natural roost sites. (Full text)
The serotine is mainly found in the outer boroughs of London such as Bromley, Havering and Sutton where it feeds over mature parkland or pastures. (Full text)
The Chase Nature Reserve Access via Chase Rd TQ514863 A large number of pipistrelles and a few serotines are present. (Full text)
Main Entry: serotine serotine is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged. (Full text)
SEROTINE Eptesicus serotinus is a large bat, similar in size and habitat in the field to the noctule, but unlike the noctule it is often found roosting in buildings. (Full text)More animals beginning with S