Myotis vivesi

Myotis vivesi

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Myotis vivesi
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25 g

Myotis vivesi, the fish-eating bat or fish-eating myotis, is a species of bat that lives around the Gulf of California, and feeds on fish and crustaceans. It is the largest species of the genus Myotis in the Americas, and has exceptionally large feet, which it uses in hunting. It was described in 1901 by Auguste Ménégaux and is the only species in the subgenus Pizonyx.

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References

1. Myotis vivesi Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myotis_vivesi
2. Myotis vivesi on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/14209/22069146

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