Bats discovered in the 2000s

Bats discovered in the 2000s

"This page is a list of species of the order Chiroptera discovered in the 2000s. See also parent page Mammals discovered in the 2000s."

Khasian Leaf-nosed Bat "Hipposideros khasiana" (2006)

"Hipposideros khasiana" is a species of horseshoe bat from north-east India, proposed as distinct from the Intermediate Leaf-nosed Bat ("Hipposideros larvatus") in 2006. It differs from "H. larvatus" in having a call at a lower frequency, and having longer ears and forearms.cite journal | author=A. Thabah, S. J. Rossiter, T. Kingston, Shuyi Zhang, S. Parsons, Khin Mya Mya, A. Zubaid and G. Jones |year=2006 | title= Genetic divergence and echolocation call frequency in cryptic species of Hipposideros larvatus s.l. (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) from the Indo-Malayan region | journal=Biological Journal of the Linnean Society | issue 88(1) | pages 119-130]

Phou Khao Khouay Leaf-nosed Bat "Hipposideros khaokhouayensis" (2006)

This is a species from Laos of the "Hipposideros bicolor" subgroup within the family Hipposideridae, with long brown dorsal fur and very light brownish ventral fur, large ears, relatively small and narrow nose-leaf without supplementary leaflets. It is further distinguished by cranial characters and the frequency of its echolocation calls.cite journal | author=A. Guillén-Servent and C. M. Francis |year=2006 | title= A new species of bat of the Hipposideros bicolor group (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) from Central Laos, with evidence of convergent evolution with Sudaic taxa | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 8(1) | pages 39-61]

Marovaza House Bat "Scotophilus marovaza" (2006)

"Scotophilus marovaza" is a new species of House Bat discovered in 2004 and named in 2006. It was discovered living in palm-thatched roofs in the Madagascar village of Marovaza.cite journal | author=S. M. Goodman, F. H. Ratrimomanarivo and F. H. Randrianadrianina |year=2006 | title= A new species of "Scotophilus" (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from western Madagascar | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 8(1) | pages 21-37]

Greater monkey-faced bat "Pteralopex flannery" (2005)

This is the largest known monkey-faced bat, found on the northwestern Solomon Islands of Bougainville, Buka, Choiseul and Ysabel, and some adjacent smaller islands. It has a forearm length of 159mm or more, and a condylobasal skull length of 71 mm or more. Its fur is black with occasional light tipping on the breast.cite journal | author=K. M. Helgen |year=2005 | title= Systematics of the Pacific monkey-faced bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae), with a new species of Pteralopex and a new Fijian genus | journal=Systematics and Biodiversity | issue 3(4) | pages 433-453]

Kock's Mouse-eared Bat "Myotis dieteri" (2005)

A very small Subsaharan Myotis, with a forearm length of 37 mm, brown dorsal and greyish ventral pelage.cite journal | author=M. Happold |year=2005 | title= A new species of Myotis (Chiroptera:Vespertilionidae) from central Africa | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 7(1) | pages 9-21]

Harrison's Murine Bat "Murina harrisoni" (2005)

This bat was collected in a degraded gallery forest in Kirirom National Park in Cambodia. It differs from all other "Murina" species by its second upper incisor being shorter than the first, and from all but one by the insertion of its tail membrane on the base of the first toe.cite journal | author=G. Csorba and P. J. J. Bates |year=2005 | title= Description of a new species of Murina from Cambodia (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae: Murininae| journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 7(1) | pages 1-7]

Ansell's Epauletted Fruit Bat "Epomophorus anselli" (2004)

This new fruit bat was discovered in two bat collections from Malawi. The species is intermediate in size between the sympatric species "Epomophorus cf. labiatus" and "Epomophorus gambianus crypturus". Its wings are relatively broad, its tail membrane is narrow. In females, the 5th palatal ridge is partly between the first upper molars.cite journal | author=W. Bergmans & N. J. van Strien |year= 2004 | title=Systematic notes on a collection of bats from Malawi. I. Megachiroptera: Epomophorinae and Rousettinae (Mammalia, Chiroptera) | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue=6 (2) | pages=249–268]

Red or Chocolate Free-tailed Bat "Chaerephon jobimena" (2004)

This species was caught in northern Madagascar and consists of two typical colour morphs, a reddish one and a medium chocolate brown one.cite journal | author=S. M. Goodman and S. G. Cardiff |year=2004 | title= A new species of Chaerephon (Molossidae) from Madagascar with notes on other members of the family | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 6(2) | pages 227-248]

Kachin Woolly Bat "Kerivoula kachinensis" (2004)

This bat was found in forests in North Myanmar. It is characterized by the combination of its large size - it is larger than most other Asiatic "Kerivoula" species - and its unique flattened skull.cite journal | author=P. J. J. Bates, M. J. Struebig, S. J. Rossiter, T. Kingston, Sai Sein Lin Oo and Khin Mya Mya |year=2004 | title= A new species of Kerivoula (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Myanmar (Burma)| journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 6(2) | pages 219-226]

Hanaki's Dwarf Bat "Pipistrellus hanaki" (2004)

This new dwarf bat from Libya differs from its nearest relatives P. pipistrellus and P. pygmaeus chromosomally, and by its larger skull and teeth, and a number of other characters.cite journal | author=P. Benda, P. Hulva and J. Gaisler |year=2004 | title= Systematic status of African populations of Pipistrellus pipistrellus complex (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), with a description of a new species from Cyrenaica, Libya| journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 6(2) | pages 193-217]

Linduan Rousette "Rousettus linduensis" (2003)

This species was discovered in Lore Lindu National Park in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.cite journal | author=I. Maryanto and Yani |year=2002 | title= | journal=Mammal Studies | issue 28 | pages 113]

hield-nosed Bat "Hipposideros scutinares" (2003)

This is a large leaf-nosed bat from Laos and Vietnam, with a known forearm length of 77.9-82.7 mm and a condylobasal length of 26.5-27.9 mm. It is intermediate between its two nearest relatives and further differs from these in a number of body and skull characters.cite journal | author=M. F. Robinson, P. D. Jenkins, C. M. Francis and A. J. C. Fulford |year=2003 | title=A new species of the "Hipposideros pratti" group (Chiroptera, Hipposideridae) from Lao PDR and Vietnam | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 5(1) / pages=31-48 ]

New Caledonian Long-eared Bat "Nyctophilus nebulosus" (2002)

This species is only known from the area of Nouméa on New Caledonia and is considered vulnerable by its author.cite journal | author=Parnaby |year=2002 | title= | issue 23 | pages 116]

owell's Short-tailed Bat "Carollia sowelli" (2002)

This species occurs from San Luis Potosi in Mexico to West Panama. / authors=...Baker, ...Solari and ...Hoffmann / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Occasional Papers Museum Texas Tech. University / issue=217 / pages=...4...

Matses Big-eared Bat "Micronycteris matses" (2002)

Known from a single locality in Peru. / authors=N. Simmons, ...Voss and ...Fleck / date=2002 / title=... / journal=American Museum Novitates/ issue=3358 / pages=...5...

akeji Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus sakejiensis" (2002)

A species discovered in Zambia. / author=...Cotterill / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Journal of Zoology / issue=256 / pages=...166...

New Georgian Monkey-faced Bat "Pteralopex taki" (2002)

A species from New Georgia Island and Vangunu Island, Solomon Islands, considered critically endangered by its author. / author=Parnaby / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Aust. Mammal. / issue=23 / pages=...146...

ardinian Long-eared Bat "Plecotus sardus" (2002)

This bat is distinguished by its large tragus, its brownish dorsal pelage, its large thumb and thumb claw, and the form of its penis and penis bone.cite journal |year=2002 | title=A new species of long-eared bat (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) from Sardinia | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue=42) | pages=121–135 | author= M. Mucedda, A. Kiefer, E. Pidinchedda and M. Veith]

Alpine Long-eared Bat "Plecotus alpinus" (April 2002)

In 2002 a new species of bat was named in Europe - the Alpine Long-Eared Bat ("Plecotus alpinus"). It differs from other European long-eared bats by its white underparts. Later in the year 2002, the same species was described by other researchers as Plecotus microdontus, which is now a junior synonym.cite journal | authors=A. Kiefer and M. Veith / date = 2002 / title=A new species of long-eared bat from Europe (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) / journal=Myotis / issue=39 / pages=5-16 /] /cite journal | authors= F. Spitzenberger, E. Haring and N. Tvrtkovic |year=2002 | title=Plecotus microdontus (Mammalia, Vespertilionidae), a new bat species from Austria | journal=Natura Croatica | issue=11 | pages=1-18]

"Rhinolophus ziama" (2002)

"Rhinolophus ziama", a member of the "Rhinolophus maclaudi" species group, was described in 2002. This "horseshoe bat" species is known from a few specimens taken from Ziama Classified Forest in southeastern Guinea. It is also known from Liberia.cite journal | authors=Fahr, J., H. Vierhaus, R. Hutterer, and D. Kock | |year= 2002 | title=A revision of the "Rhinolophus maclaudi" species group with a description of a new species from West Africa (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) | journal=Myotis | issue=40 | pages=95-126]

Moa Island Fruit Bat "Pteropus banakrisi" (2002)

The Moa Island Fruit Bat was described as the smallest of Australian "Pteropus" species, but in 2004 Helgen found that the specimens on which "Pteropus banakrisi" is based are all subadult individuals of the Black Flying Fox "P. alecto". The name "banakrisi" becomes a synonym.cite journal | author=G. C. Richards and L. S. Hall |year=2002 | title=A new flying-fox of the genus Pteropus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) from Torres Strait, Australia | journal=Australian Zoologist | issue 32 | pages 69-75] cite journal | author=K. M. Helgen |year=2004 | title= On the identity of flying-foxes, genus Pteropus (Mammalia: Chiroptera), from islands in the Torres Strait, Australia | journal=Zootaxa | issue 780 | pages 1-14]

Annami Myotis "Myotis annamiticus" (2001)

Only known from a single locality in Vietnam. / authors=...Kruskop and ...Tsytsulina / date=2001 / title=... / journal=Mammalia / issue=65 / pages=...65...

Alcathoe Myotis "Myotis alcathoe" (2001)

This species is known from Greece, Hungary and France. / authors=...von Helversen, ...Heller, ...Mayer, ...Nemeth, ...Volleth, and ...Gombkötö / date=2001 / title=... / journal=Naturwissenschaften / issue=88 / pages=...217...

Colombian Short-tailed Bat "Carollia colombiana" (2001)

This species is known only from the central Cordillera in Colombia. / authors=...Cuartas, ...Muñoz and Gonzáles / date=2001 / title=... / journal=Actual.Biol. / issue 23(75) / pages=...65...

Antioquian Sac-winged Bat "Saccopteryx antioquensis" (2001)

A species discovered in the Central Cordillera of North Colombia. / authors=...Muñoz and ...Cuartes/ date=2001 / title=... / journal=Actual.Biol. / issue=23 / pages=...253...

Nijhoff's Tube-nosed Bat "Nyctimene (Paranyctimene) tenax" (2001)

This fruit bat species was described in 2001, based on 1 specimen from Papua New Guinea, 7 from Vogelkop, Papua, Indonesia, and 1 from Waigeo, Indonesia. It is characterized by its long upper and lower canines and distinguished from its close and sympatric relative Nyctimene (Paranyctimene) raptor by its larger size and stronger built.cite journal | author=W. Bergmans |year=2001 | title=Notes on distribution and taxonomy of Australasian bats. I. Pteropodinae and Nyctimeninae (Mammalia, Megachiroptera, Pteropodidae) | journal=Beaufortia Bulletin Zoological Museum | issue=51 (8) | pages=119-152]

Curry's Butterfly Bat "Glauconycteris curryae" (2001)

This new Butterfly Bat from Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo is distinct from other African species of its genus by the combination of the characters size, skull shape, fur colour, and the absence of spotting or reticulation. The authors named the bat G. curryi but later in 2001 the name was corrected to G. curryae. / authors=J. L. Eger and D. A. Schlitter / date=2001 / title=A new species of Glauconycteris from West Africa (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=3(1) / pages=1-10 / author=J. L. Eger / date=2001 / title=Emendation of Glauconycteris curryi / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=3(2) / page=248 /

Bale Long-eared Bat "Plecotus balensis"(2000)

This species was discovered in the Bale Mountains National Park of Ethiopia, at an altitude of 2760 m. / authors=...Kruskop and ...Lavrenchenko / date=2000 / title=... / journal=Myotis / issue=38 / pages=...6...

Mistratoan Yellow-shouldered Bat "Sturnira mistratensis" (2000)

A species discovered in the western Andes of Colombia. / authors=...Vega and ...Cadena / date=2000 / title=... / journal=Rev. Acad. Colomb. Cienc. / issue=24 / pages=...286...

Maendeleo Horsehoe Bat "Rhinolophus maendeleo" (date 2000)

Described on the basis of two specimens from Tanzania. / authors=D. Kock, ...Csorba and K. Howell 'date=2000 / title=... / journal Senckenbergiana Biol. / issue=80 / pages=...234...

References

* =...Baker, ...Solari and ...Hoffmann / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Occasional Papers Museum Texas Tech. University / issue=217 / pages=...4...

* P. J. J. Bates, M. J. Struebig, S. J. Rossiter, T. Kingston, Sai Sein Lin Oo and Khin Mya Mya / title=A new species of Kerivoula (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Myanmar (Burma) / date=2004 / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=6(2) / pages=219-226

* P. Benda, P. Hulva and J. Gaisler / date=2004 / title=Systematic status of African populations of Pipistrellus pipistrellus complex (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), with a description of a new species from Cyrenaica, Libya / date=2004 / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=6(2) / pages=193-217

* W. Bergmans |date=2001 | title=Notes on distribution and taxonomy of Australasian bats. I. Pteropodinae and Nyctimeninae (Mammalia, Megachiroptera, Pteropodidae) | journal=Beaufortia Bulletin Zoological Museum | issue=51 (8) | pages=119-152

* W. Bergmans & N. J. van Strien |date= 2004 | title=Systematic notes on a collection of bats from Malawi. I. Megachiroptera: Epomophorinae and Rousettinae (Mammalia, Chiroptera) | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue=6 (2) | pages=249-268

* ...Cotterill / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Journal of Zoology / issue=256 / pages=...166...

* G. Csorba and P. J. J. Bates / date=2005 / title=Description of a new species of Murina from Cambodia (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae: Murininae) / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=7(1) / pages=1-7

* =...Cuartas, ...Muñoz and Gonzáles / date=2001 / title=... / journal=Actual.Biol. / issue 23(75) / pages=...65...J. L. Eger / date=2001 / title=Emendation of Glauconycteris curryi / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=3(2) / page=248=

* J. L. Eger and D. A. Schlitter / date=2001 / title=A new species of Glauconycteris from West Africa (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=3(1) / pages=1-10

* Fahr, J., H. Vierhaus, R. Hutterer, and D. Kock | |date= 2002 | title=A revision of the "Rhinolophus maclaudi" species group with a description of a new species from West Africa (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) | journal=Myotis | issue=40 | pages=95-126

* S. M. Goodman and S. G. Cardiff / date=2004 / title=A new species of Chaerephon (Molossidae) from Madagascar with notes on other members of the family / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=6(2) / pages=227-248

* S. M. Goodman, F. H. Ratrimomanarivo and F. H. Randrianadrianina / date=2006 / title=A new species of "Scotophilus" (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from western Madagascar / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=8(1) / pages=21-37

* A. Guillén-Servent and C. M. Francis / date=2006 / title=A new species of bat of the Hipposideros bicolor group (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) from Central Laos, with evidence of convergent evolution with Sudaic taxa / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue 8(1) / pages=39-61

* M. Happold / date=2005 / title=A new species of Myotis (Chiroptera:Vespertilionidae) from central Africa / journal=Acta Chiropterologica / issue=7(1) / pages=9-21

* K. M. Helgen |date=2004 | title= On the identity of flying-foxes, genus Pteropus (Mammalia: Chiroptera), from islands in the Torres Strait, Australia | journal=Zootaxa | issue 780 | pages 1-14

* =...von Helversen, ...Heller, ...Mayer, ...Nemeth, ...Volleth, and ...Gombkötö / date=2001 / title=... / journal=Naturwissenschaften / issue=88 / pages=...217...

* A. Kiefer and M. Veith / date = 2002 / title=A new species of long-eared bat from Europe (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) / journal=Myotis / issue=39 / pages=5-16

* D. Kock, ...Csorba and K. Howell 'date=2000 / title=... / journal Senckenbergiana Biol. / issue=80 / pages=...234...

* ...Kruskop and ...Tsytsulina / date=2001 / title=... / journal=Mammalia / issue=65 / pages=...65...

* ...Kruskop and ...Lavrenchenko / date=2000 / title=... / journal=Myotis / issue=38 / pages=...6...

* M. Mucedda, A. Kiefer, E. Pidinchedda and M. Veith |date=2002 | title=A new species of long-eared bat (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) from Sardinia | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue=42) | pages=121-135

* ...Muñoz and ...Cuartes/ date=2001 / title=... / journal=Actual.Biol. / issue=23 / pages=...253...

* ...Parnaby / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Aust. Mammal. / issue=23 / pages=...116...

* ...Parnaby / date=2002 / title=... / journal=Aust. Mammal. / issue=23 / pages=...146...

* G. C. Richards and L. S. Hall |date=2002 | title=A new flying-fox of the genus Pteropus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) from Torres Strait, Australia | journal=Australian Zoologist | issue 32 | pages 69-75

* M. F. Robinson, P. D. Jenkins, C. M. Francis and A. J. C. Fulford |date=2003 / title=A new species of the "Hipposideros pratti" group (Chiroptera, Hipposideridae) from Lao PDR and Vietnam | journal=Acta Chiropterologica | issue 5(1) / pages=31-48

* =N. Simmons, ...Voss and ...Fleck / date=2002 / title=... / journal=American Museum Novitates/ issue=3358 / pages=...5...

* F. Spitzenberger, E. Haring and N. Tvrtkovic |date=2002 | title=Plecotus microdontus (Mammalia, Vespertilionidae), a new bat species from Austria | journal=Natura Croatica | issue=11 | pages=1-18

* ...Vega and ...Cadena / date=2000 / title=... / journal=Rev. Acad. Colomb. Cienc. / issue=24 / pages=...286...


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