2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032010000300039
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Abstract: Resumo: Eumops perotis apresenta poucos registros confirmados para a América do Sul, distribuídos de forma desigual por quase todos os países do continente. Nesta comunicação, nós relatamos a primeira ocorrência deste molossídeo no Estado do Paraná, Sul do Brasil e sumarizamos as demais localidades conhecidas para o país. Palavras-chave: Chiroptera, Molossidae, distribuição, novos registros, América do Sul.

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“…Identification. Compared to the measurements available for Eumops perotis, our specimens showed FA, CIL, BCB, CM, and MAL similar to that described for the species in other biomes of Brazil (Feijó et al 2010;Suckow et al 2010;Gregorin et al 2016; Table 1). The morphological traits of our specimens fit to that of E. perotis descriptions (Anderson 1972;Eger 1977;Best et al 1996;Bernardi et al 2009;Gregorin et al 2016;López-Baucells et al 2017;Sartore et al 2017).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 85%
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“…Identification. Compared to the measurements available for Eumops perotis, our specimens showed FA, CIL, BCB, CM, and MAL similar to that described for the species in other biomes of Brazil (Feijó et al 2010;Suckow et al 2010;Gregorin et al 2016; Table 1). The morphological traits of our specimens fit to that of E. perotis descriptions (Anderson 1972;Eger 1977;Best et al 1996;Bernardi et al 2009;Gregorin et al 2016;López-Baucells et al 2017;Sartore et al 2017).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 85%
“…The species is disjunct in two large populations, with the subspecies E. perotis californicus (Merriam, 1890) occurring in the southwestern United States and in northern Mexico, and subspecies E. p. perotis occurring in South America (Eger 2008;Sartore et al 2017). In Brazil, the species is widely distributed, with records in 14 states, the Federal District, and in all the biomes (Feijó et al 2010;Suckow et al 2010;Fischer et al 2015;Nunes et al 2017).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The western mastiff bat Eumops perotis (Schinz, 1821) is widely distributed along the Americas (Eger, 2007;Suckow et al, 2010;Caire & Loucks, 2013) and is considered the largest species of the genus, with length of forearm between 73 and 83.4 mm (Barquez et al, 1999;Gregorin & Taddei, 2002). This bat species is classified as aerial-insectivorous and consumes mainly insects of the orders Lepidoptera, Orthoptera, Hymenoptera, Coleoptera, Odonata, and Hemiptera (Freeman, 1979;Reis et al, 2007).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Eger (1977) refers to the material deposited at the Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique (IRSNB) that was attributed to a location in Goiás state named "Parano do Manhana" (sic). In a careful investigation, Suckow et al (2010) rectified this information indicating that the correct location is "Paranã do Manhana", a locality in the upper Amazonas River. Bichuette et al (2018) registered 66 species in a recent review of bats from Goiás and the Federal District.…”
Section: Chiropteramentioning
confidence: 99%