Barbastelle

The barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus), also known as the western barbastelle, is a European bat. It has a short nose, small eyes and wide ears. It is rare throughout its range. In Britain, only a few breeding roosts are known; Paston Great Barn in Norfolk, parts of Exmoor and the Quantock Hills in Devon and Somerset (see Tarr Steps), the Mott...
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barbastelle

either of two bats of the vesper bat family, Vespertilionidae, found in Europe and North Africa (B. barbastellus) and in the Middle East and Asia (B. ... [1 related articles]
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barbastelle

Insect-eating bat Barbastella barbastellus with hairy cheeks and lips, `frosted` black fur, and a wingspan of about 25 cm/10 in. It lives in hollow trees and under roofs, and is occasionally found in the UK but more commonly in Europe
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Barbastelle

The Barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus) is a medium sized bat with a wing- span about 24 cm. The ear is about as broad as long with a conspicuous notch on the outer edge. The inner edges of the two ears join each other above the eyes and the outer edges end between the eye and the mouth so that, in effect, the eye lies within the ear. The tragus...
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