Twenty-two year-old Rhinolophus hipposideros (Bechstein, 1800): the longest known lifespan of a bat in Slovenia

Authors

  • Primož Presetnik Center za kartografijo favne in flore, Antoličičeva ulica 1, SI-2204 Miklavž na Dravskem polju
  • Tomi Trilar Slovenian Museum of Natural History, Prešernova 20, pp. 290, SI-1000 Ljubljana

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https://doi.org/10.14720/ns.15.1.45-46

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References

Dietz C., von Helversen O., Nill D. (2009): Bats of Britain, Europe and northwest Africa. A and C Black, London, UK, 400 pp.

Gaisler J., Hanák V., Hanzal V. & Jarský V. (2003): Výsledky kroužkování netopýrů v České republice a na Slovensku, 1948–2000 [Results of bat banding in the Czech and Slovak Republics, 1948–2000]. Vespertilio 7: 3–61 (in Czech, with an abstract in English)

Harmata W. (1982): Wiederfund einer kleinen Hufeisennase (Rhinolohus hipposideros) nach 21 Jahren. Myotis (20): 74.

Presetnik P., Koselj K., Zagmajster M. (Eds.) (2009): Atlas netopirjev (Chiroptera) Slovenije, Atlas of bats (Chiroptera) of Slovenia. Atlas faunae et florae Sloveniae 2. Center za kartografijo favne in flore, Miklavž na Dravskem polju, 151 pp.

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30.06.2013

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Field Note

How to Cite

Presetnik, P., & Trilar, T. (2013). Twenty-two year-old Rhinolophus hipposideros (Bechstein, 1800): the longest known lifespan of a bat in Slovenia. Natura Sloveniae, 15(1), 45-46. https://doi.org/10.14720/ns.15.1.45-46

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