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A New Name For The Mexican Red Bat

Auhtor: E Raymond Hall

Language: english
Published: 1951

Genres:

science,  non fiction
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Review by Stephen M. Charme, April 2008


Rating: (***)
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Summary of the Book 'A New Name For The Mexican Red Bat':

Little Mexican (titled Young Archimedes in the U.S. ) (1924) Aldous Huxley

Excerpts from the Book 'A New Name For The Mexican Red Bat':


... Bat. Author: E. Raymond Hall. A New Name for the Mexican Red Bat. E. RAYMOND HALL. University of Kansas Publications Museum of Natural History ...
... of Kansas LAWRENCE 1951. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS, MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. Editors: E. Raymond Hall, Chairman, A. Byron Leonard, ...
... New Name for the Mexican Red Bat. E. RAYMOND HALL. When Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., published his Revision of the North American Bats of the Family Vespertilionidae ...
... also occurred there. Therefore, the name A[talapha]. mexicana Saussure (Revue et magasin de zoologie, 13 (ser. 2): 97, March, 1861) that clearly ...
... the State of Michoacn (see Hall and Villa, Univ. Kansas Publ., Mus. Nat. Hist., 1:445, December 27, 1949). Because two, instead of only one, species ...
... which that naturalist proposed along with a description as follows:. Long inrolled tail femoral patagium as in the vespertilios. Teeth 4/2, 1/1, ...
... with the anterior margin and an area in the middle yellow-haired. Back chestnut, above [hairs apically] grayish, below [hairs lower down] reddish, ...
... at the apex and on the breast whitish, on the abdomen with tendency toward fulvous. White spot on humerus. Wings black underneath the arm and the ...
... and L. cinereus from Mexico (or also from any place in North America north of Mexico), the description by Saussure applies to the hoary bat (Lasiurus ...
... a synonym of Lasiurus cinereus cinereus (Beauvois 1796) if the hoary bat of the southern end of the Mexican table land should prove to be subspecifically ...
... Veracruz 20 February 1866 obtained by F. Sumichrast. Range.-Approximately the southern two-fifths of Mexico exact limits of range unknown. Diagnosis.-Resembles ...
... much less hairy. Comparisons.-From L. b. teliotis, which occurs to the northwest, L. b. ornatus differs in the restricted peripheral distribution ...
... 37) upper parts lighter rufescent or chestnut, the back being only lightly overlaid with this color underparts washed with lighter buff, the basal ...
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... Born Alex Alberto Alvarez and raised in Venezuela, he grew up in Caracas and left his country after witnessing several revolts, a major economic ...
... 19 February 1982) is the author of the book, Chronicles of a Nomad: Memoirs of an Immigrant (2009). Born Alex Alberto Alvarez and raised in Venezuela, ...