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Status of the Fringed Myotis in British Columbia Rasheed, S.A.
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Abstract: The Fringed Myotis (Myotis thysanodes) is a small insectivorous bat, distinguishable from other Myotis species by the distinct fringe of stiff hairs located on the outer edge of the tail membrane. This species is long-lived and produces a single young per breeding season if conditions are suitable. Myotis thysanodes seems particularly sensitive to human disturbance. In British Columbia, this species has been captured in the dry interior, in the Bunchgrass, Interior Douglas-fir, and Ponderosa Pine Biogeoclimatic zones. Little is known about habitat requirements, specific roosting ecology and winter ecology of this species. M.thysanodes occurs at the northern extent of its North American distribution in British Columbia, and recent inventory work has extended the known provincial range of this species to as far north as the Cariboo and South Thompson regions. No information exists regarding population size or trends. M. thysanodes is a Blue-listed species (a sensitive or vulnerable species) in British Columbia,
 
Rasheed, S.A., Garcia, P.F.J.; Holroyd, S.L.. 1995. Status of the Fringed Myotis in British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Species Status Report. WR73
 
Topic: Species status
Keywords: fringed myotis, myotis thysanodes, species, status, report
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Myotis thysanodes
ISBN: 0-7726-2689-8 English Name: Fringed Myotis
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