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Myotinae

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Myotinae is a subfamily of vesper bats. It contains three genera: Eudiscopus, Myotis, and Submyotodon. Before the description of Submyotodon and analysis of its phylogenetics, as well as a phylogenetic analysis of Eudiscopus, the only member of Myotinae was Myotis.[1][2]

Species

Notes

  1. ^ Split from M. nigricans (Moratelli et al., 2017).
  2. ^ Split from M. mystacinus (Mayer et al., 2007).
  3. ^ A new species (Happold, 2005).
  4. ^ Split from M. nattereri (Ibáñez et al., 2006).
  5. ^ Split from M. brandtii (Ohdachi et al., The Wild Mammals of Japan, 2009).
  6. ^ Split from M. simus (Moratelli & Wilson, 2014).
  7. ^ Split from M. martiniquensis (Larsen et al., 2012).
  8. ^ Split from M. daubentonii (Matveev et al., 2005). Includes M. abei (Tsytsulina, 2004, as daubentonii).
  9. ^ A new species (Borisenko et al., 2008).

References

  1. ^ a b c d Ruedi, Manuel; Csorba, Gábor; Lin, Liang-Kong; Chou, C-H (2015-02-20). "Molecular phylogeny and morphological revision of Myotis bats (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Taiwan and adjacent China". Zootaxa. 3920 (2): 301–342. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3920.2.6. PMID 25781252.
  2. ^ Mammal Diversity Database (2021-08-10), Mammal Diversity Database, Zenodo, retrieved 2021-09-17
  3. ^ Moratelli, Ricardo; Peracchi, Adriano L.; Dias, Daniela; De Oliveira, João A. (2011). "Geographic variation in South American populations of Myotis nigricans ( ) (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae), with the description of two new species". Mammalian Biology. 76 (5): 592–607. doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2011.01.003.
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Myotinae: Brief Summary

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Myotinae is a subfamily of vesper bats. It contains three genera: Eudiscopus, Myotis, and Submyotodon. Before the description of Submyotodon and analysis of its phylogenetics, as well as a phylogenetic analysis of Eudiscopus, the only member of Myotinae was Myotis.

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