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Publication: Baird, Amy B., Janet Braun, Mark Engstrom, Burton Lim, Michael Mares, John Patton, and John Bickham. 2021. On the utility of taxonomy to reflect biodiversity: the example of Lasiurini (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Therya, vol. 12, no. 2. 283-289.

ITIS records citing this publication
 
 Kingdom Animalia
  Aeorestes Fitzinger, 1870 -- valid -- hoary bats
  Aeorestes cinereus (Palisot de Beauvois, 1796) -- valid -- chauve-souris cendrée, Murciélago-cola peluda canoso, North American Hoary Bat
  Aeorestes egregius (Peters, 1870) -- valid -- Giant Red Bat
  Aeorestes semotus (H. Allen, 1890) -- valid -- Hawaiian Hoary Bat
  Aeorestes villosissimus (E. Geoffroy, 1806) -- valid -- South American Hoary Bat
  Aeorestes villosissimus pallescens (Peters, 1870) -- valid
  Aeorestes villosissimus villosissimus (E. Geoffroy, 1806) -- valid
  Dasypterus Peters, 1870 -- valid -- yellow bats
  Dasypterus ega (Gervais, 1856) -- valid -- Murciélago-cola peluda amarillo, Southern Yellow Bat
  Dasypterus ega argentinus Thomas, 1901 -- valid
  Dasypterus ega caudatus (Tomes, 1857) -- valid
  Dasypterus ega ega (Gervais, 1856) -- valid
  Dasypterus ega fuscatus Thomas, 1901 -- valid
  Dasypterus ega panamensis Thomas, 1901 -- valid
  Dasypterus insularis (Hall and Jones, 1961) -- valid -- Cuban Yellow Bat
  Dasypterus intermedius (H. Allen, 1862) -- valid -- Murciélago-cola peluda norteño, Northern Yellow Bat
  Dasypterus xanthinus Thomas, 1897 -- valid -- Murciélago-cola peluda de La Laguna, Western Yellow Bat
   

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