Order : Chiroptera
Family : Vespertilionidae
Subfamily : Vespertilioninae
Species : Myotis daubentoni
Facts about the Daubenton's bat
A population of Daubenton's Bat Myotis daubentoni is present in the caves.
Daubenton's Bat Daubenton's bats are easy to see and identify, skimming
Daubenton's Bat Distribution map Daubenton's bats are easy to see and identify.
Daubenton's bat is quite common in Britain.
Daubenton's bats are highly dependent on aquatic insects and therefore occupy a unique foraging niche.
Daubenton's bats are medium-sized bats with a white underside.
Daubenton's bats are not threatened in the UK, but they are endangered in West Germany and Austria.
Generally this is true whenever Daubenton's bat is found near cluttered habitats.
Myotis daubentoni is distributed in Northern Greece and seems to have its southern limit with the 40.
Research Datura DAUBENTON'S BAT Daubenton's Bat (Myotis daubentoni) is a British bat with a wing-span of about 25 cm, the wings comparatively rather short and broad.
In reality, however, because the frequencies in the first harmonic of the echolocation calls of Daubenton's bats are <114 kHz (Fig. (Full text)
The Daubentonâ€™s bat (Myotis daubentoni) is also widely distributed in the UK, as is the Brown Long-eared bat (Plecotus auritus). (Full text)
Description Daubenton's bat is a medium-sized to small species. (Full text)
back to topDescription Daubenton's bat is a medium-sized to small species (2). (Full text)
Daubenton's bats are known to live to a maximum of 20 years, although the average life expectancy is closer to 4- 4. (Full text)
Daubentonâ€™s bats are known to live to 20 years. (Full text)
The Daubentonâ€™s bat is one of the most widespread species in the country. (Full text)
The Daubenton's Bat is often found near water. (Full text)
SUMMARY Daubentonâ€™s Bat is protected by law - a combination of UK legislation (Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981) and European (Full text)
Water bat (Myotis daubentoni) is hovering in front of Andrey Tomilenko. (Full text)
Echolocation Frequency: 40 - 45 kHz Special features: The Daubenton's bat is sometimes called the 'water bat' because it is nearly always seen flying over or near still or slow moving water. (Full text)