United States Bat Species of Concern: A Synthesis
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Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences
However, in some parts of their range, Southeastern Bats inhabit caves and have been found roosting in the same caves, and sometimes the same cluster, as Gray Bats (Bole 1943, Hall 1961, LaVal 1967, Rice 1955. Because Gray Bats are federally listed as an endangered species and Southeastern Bats are considered of conservation concern by 17 states, it is critical that surveyors can distinguish between them in areas where they are sympatric
Buildings, Hibernacula, Maternity roosts, Night roosts, Transient roosts
O’Shea, Thomas J.; Bogan, Michael A.; and Cryan, Paul, "United States Bat Species of Concern: A Synthesis" (2018). KIP Articles. 6677.